Oklahoma tops media preseason poll

July, 19, 2012
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The Big 12 has released the league's preseason poll, as voted on by a panel of media covering the conference.

Here's how the media picked the Big 12 to play out in 2012 (first-place votes in parentheses):
  • 1. Oklahoma (32) -- 396 total points
  • 2. West Virginia (7) -- 339
  • 3. Texas -- 291
  • 4. Oklahoma State -- 267
  • 5. TCU (1) -- 260
  • 6. Kansas State (1) -- 257
  • 7. Baylor -- 162
  • 8. Iowa State -- 121
  • 9. Texas Tech -- 116
  • 10. Kansas -- 46

Total points are on a system of 10 points for a first-place vote, nine points for a second-place vote, etc.

I'll have some thoughts on the poll next week when I return from vacation, and I'll also reveal my own personal ballot later on this month.

My one thought for now? Doubting Bill Snyder? Beware, voters. I'm shocked. More on Monday.

Until then, what did you think of the media's picks for 2012?

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