The Jenni & Berry Show: Fast starts will be mandatory for Oklahoma State and all other Big 12 contenders next season.
We knew Oklahoma State was going to have to play Utah and Kansas State next fall, two of the other likely contenders for Big 12 supremacy. Tuesday, we found out the Cowboys have to play them in back-to-back weeks to start conference play. Add in non-conference games against FCS champ South Dakota State, SEC opponent Arkansas and a road trip to Tulsa, and OSU faces a tough start to the season. Get off to a slow start again this season, and OSU’s chances of making the Big 12 title game much less the College Football Playoff could be over before October. Berry and I talk about all that and more on the Jenni & Berry Show.
2:03: What jumps out about OSU’s schedule in the first year of the 16-team Big 12?
3:03: Was there any chance the Big 12 even thought about having conference games on the first weekend of the season?
4:12: Why OSU’s early Big 12 slate only complicates the Cowboys’ first half of the season
7:45: With the Big 12’s recent string of parity and unexpected contenders, do we really know how tough anyone’s schedule is?
10:00: Why is Kansas worth keeping an eye on?
11:40: Why is there consternation in some Big 12 ports about Rivalry Week?
13:55: Why some trap games for OSU might not have as many pitfalls
15:30: What about that regular-season finale at Colorado?
18:30: What schedule glitch might create a unique opportunity in the state of Oklahoma
19:10: What teams got byes at good times?
21:00: Warning, Big 12 fans: that September 7 game between Baylor and Utah is not a conference game
21:30: Did anyone’s schedule change how you feel about the teams you think have the best chance to make Arlington?
24:30: A conference fighting for market share isn’t exactly starting off the season with a bang.
Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove
Creative director: Michael Lane
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