CFN has released their big 12 predictions. http://www.collegefootballnews.com/B...te_preview.htm
They have the clones going 8-4, with big wins over Texas Tech and Nebraska. Losses coming to Iowa, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. I can live with everything there but that loss to CU. I can't stand them. But then again, we always seem to have a little extra trouble with them.
All in all, I would love to see this team go 8-4. I'm super excited to see the firepower on offense this year, and am really curious to see how the defense comes together. Especially with the loss of Smith. I love the talent that we have, but am still a bit anxious about the schedule that we have. This year and next we find out how well we really stack up with the big boys! Can't wait for the season to start.
I also noticed that they have us going undefeated at home. That speaks volumes of the fan support in Ames. Especially with those 30,000+ season tickets.
Hell, if we can win all those games, and beat one of those three, we're in the Big 12 Championship game. They're predicting a 9-3 season for Nebraska, with losses to Texas, Iowa State, and USC. We'd own the tiebreaker with the win over NU.
We will beat Big Red. They are way too confident in Lincoln after two big wins last year. They are still the same Big Red that played Maine except for Maurice Purify. And they lost Sam Koch, the rocket punter. Let's block some kicks on the Huskers.
CFH HMagic bball season next year.
Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.
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