The 2013 Big 12 Football season looks wide open as it has ever been in the short history of the conference.

There is no clear cut favorite this season with teams having to replace key starters, including at the quarterback position. Teams like Texas Tech and Baylor won't miss a beat on offense.

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The bigger questions at quarterback How will Blake Bell handle the job in Norman for the Sooners? Will K-State find a capable replacement for Collin Klein?

West Virginia has to replace Geno Smith and Tavon Austin on offense and season three for Dana Holgorsen in Morgantown for the Mountaineers.

TCU has high expectations this season with many publications choosing them to be a Big 12 Title contender, but the question for the Frogs will be if Casey Paschall will start at quarterback after his midseason drug suspension or if his replacement, Trevone Boykin, will remain as starter.

The only team with a change at Head Coach is Texas Tech as former starting quarterback Kliff Kingsbury has returned to the South Plains to run the Red Raider program. The excitement and hype are high for the young coach, but can the confidence translate to breakthrough season on the South Plains?

Tomorrow morning, we'll start our preview and predictions for Big 12 Football with the 10th place team, the Kansas Jayhawks.