It has been nearly four years since the end of the Big 12 Conference.
After all, the league was founded by the nation’s top four football programs and now holds the highest conference championship total in NCAA history.
While the conference’s popularity and reach has only grown since, Baylor has never been more prominent in college football.
Its football team has won more Big 12 titles than any other school in the conference.
The Bears have won the conference twice in four years.
The first time was in 2011 and the second was in 2017.
While those victories are impressive, the Bears have not won the Big Twelve title since 2010.
This past weekend, however, the Big12 will host its first championship game.
The title game will be played on the first Saturday in October, which means the championship will take place on the very first Saturday of the league’s 2018 season.
That means Baylor has the chance to finally get the Big XII title for the first time since 2009.
Baylor has been in the Big Ten since 1998 and has been the most successful program in the league since joining the conference in the 1970s.
The Rams have been one of the most consistent programs in the American Athletic Conference since the 1970’s.
However, since leaving the league, the program has had three head coaches and only one bowl appearance.
This season has been especially tough for the Bears, as they are one of only two teams that has not made the playoffs.
They have lost to Texas A&M in the bowl game, lost to Iowa State in the Independence Bowl, and lost to TCU in the Holiday Bowl.
The school has also been a bit inconsistent.
The Cougars only win five games this season, but they have been able to win three of them.
However the Bears only have one loss on the season and it was to Michigan.
While it is hard to see how the Bears can win the Big 8 this season given their lack of talent, the title game should give the Bears a real shot at their first Big 12 title.
Who wins this game will determine the fate of the entire conference.
Will the Cougars win the title?
Who is the favorite?
What will be the score?
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