The Time Has Come, the Walrus Said, to Predict Many Things

Is she the right Alice? No, this is Alice Schmidt. Would you believe that we had access to a grand total of zero walrus pictures? Yeah, me either. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday, I gave you a chance to show off your immense/acceptable/embarrassing knowledge of college football that will last the whole season. Today we focus in on something at least 150% more important, perhaps more. The issue at hand?

How many football games will the good guys, our Baylor Bears, win this year? For those who haven't looked at the schedule yet, it's on the sidebar to the left (where it will be all season). For those who have been at Space Camp/Olympics/SomethingNotAsCool for the entire summer, here's a nice preview at the mothership done by Bill Connelly. Plus, you know, the weeks/months of writing that Mark has worked at tirelessly and I am too lazy to link, quickly and soundly putting to rest any questions as to who has more ambition and is bound for greater glory.

In the comments, tell us who you think Baylor's biggest upset will be. Baylor has been predicted to finish 7th-9th in the Big 12, so virtually every non-Kansas team qualifies as an upset. Also, there are scads of Big 12 teams currently ranked in the Top 25 in one poll or another, so there are plenty of intriguing targets. However, if you pick Texas Tech as their biggest upset, prepare to be reprimanded, publicly mocked and flogged (and not necessarily in that order). This is a Baylor blog, after all, and if you can't make (somewhat) grandiose claims about your team the week before the season starts, then what's the point?

Now then, on to the poll!

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