2012 College Football Conference Preview Videos By SB Nation

College football season draws near, so catch up on this year's biggest story lines, players, and games by breezing through these SB Nation Studios preview videos.

SB Nation Studios (subscribe on YouTube!) is set to ramp up its college football coverage (which already includes Shutdown Fullback along with much more) as the season approaches.

Among the latest excitement is a series of quick preview videos on major conferences led by Dan Rubenstein and Bill Connelly. The first batch of videos is up. We'll have another load of them up on Friday, with individual team preview videos also coming soon.

The Pac-12, home to a whole bunch of really, really fun new coaches and two potential national champs:

The SEC, headlined by new guys Missouri and Texas A&M, retooled LSU and Alabama, and John L. Smith:

The Big Ten, rocked by scandal but still featuring a return to power by a pair of heavyweights:

The Big 12, sure to see its TOUCHDOWNS PER SECOND increase now that West Virginia's aboard, as long as TCU's insistence on playing defense doesn't ruin it:

The Big East, which... yep, based on postseason success, it probably does deserve to show up here along with the four power conferences, no matter how many of those BCS wins came via a team that's gone now:

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