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My name's Rex here with Stephen.
How you doing tonight? I'm doing good.
I'm ready for I'm ready for a little bit of a quicker episode.
You know, we're done with the recruits.
We don't have to worry about that.
In the beginning, we can just get straight into just a preview.
So there is only one big thing of news that we just want to touch on real quick.
We're gonna cover it way more in depth next week as we have the Big 10 but Pat Chambers is stepping down as the coach of Penn State.
Um, doesn't look like a good situation there looks like it might be some legal or recruiting or some type of violations like that, given he stepped down, finally building that program up.
But we'll save that for next week.
Not looking too good for the Nittany lines without Pat Chambers next year? No, especially in that conference.
There's no way, no, it's gonna be a tough one.
So tonight we got the Big 12.
Uh, before we get into our predict predicted standings going through each teams and our first team all conference, uh, just gonna wrap up how last season went.
So you had Kansas finish up top at 28 3, 17 and one in conference.
You had Baylor coming second.
Then you have four teams tied with 99 conference records and then the Onley poor sides in the Big 12 last year, where the bottom three teams where they went 500 or below.
So you had seven teams and with 18 or 19 plus winds, Uh, probably a 5 to 16 conference teams would have made March Madness last year from the conference.
Texas was definitely on the bubble.
Oklahoma State probably wouldn't have made it.
So when it came down to Oklahoma and Texas Tech, you see where they would have slated them? Steven's favorite 19 and 2, 18 and three.
Power five schools that would have made the tourney.
You know, you love seeing big names that we're just gonna get knocked out in the first round.
Yeah, other than that.