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The Big 12 may have more parity than ever in 2022. With teams like West Virginia and Kansas State being wild dark horses while Oklahoma and Texas aren't predictable in the slightest, the league is wide open for someone to rise to the top and win it all. Will that be in the Baylor Bears?
Drake joins Josh Neighbors of Locked On Big 12 to preview the Bears' football season and how Dave Aranda and company will stack up against the field. And in a year where anyone can win, Drake thinks it will come down to the trenches.
Baylor's offensive and defensive lines are a part of a premier group of elite units in college football. With returners like Connor Galvin and Jacob Gall on the offensive side, while the defense brings back Siaki Ika and Gabe Hall, Baylor will have the best-combined front in all of football. That might just be objective.
The questions, then, come from the secondary and receiver positions. How can Dave Aranda and Jeff Grimes develop those two groups? When considering the loss of Jalen Pitre in the secondary and Tyquan Thornton in the receiving corps, there is much to prove for this year's team if they want to win via those two categories.
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