OSU the narrow pick to win Big 12

July, 18, 2013
7/18/13
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The Big 12's preseason poll, as voted on by 43 media members, has been released. Oklahoma State led the way with 15 first-place votes and beat out Oklahoma by 10 overall points.

There are 15 total points are given for first place votes, 14 points for second-place, etc.

Here's the full poll (first-place votes in parentheses):
  1. Oklahoma State (15) -- 365 points
  2. Oklahoma (8) -- 355
  3. TCU (9) -- 347
  4. Texas (8) -- 337
  5. Baylor (2) -- 282
  6. Kansas State (1) -- 240
  7. Texas Tech -- 161
  8. West Virginia -- 126
  9. Iowa State -- 96
  10. Kansas -- 56

I'll have some thoughts later today, but the distance between those top four teams is absolutely microscopic.

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