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17. Oklahoma

Replacing QB Landry Jones is the No. 1 question for the Sooners. Junior Blake Bell, redshirt freshman Trevor Knight and sophomore Kendal Thompson, who broke his foot on the first day of fall practice but could be back early in the season, are battling to trigger the OU offense. No matter who wins the job, the Sooners' offense will have a different look with a dual-threat QB at the helm in 2013. Defensively, returning All-Big 12 cornerback Aaron Colvin is the lone standout on a unit that will have to drastically improve after stumbling down the home stretch last year. Regardless, there's a bunch of young talent, making it unwise to count the Sooners out of the Big 12, and possibly even the BCS title, hunt. -- Brandon Chatmon