The 2012 College Football GIF Preview: The Big 12

AMES, IA - NOVEMBER 18: An Iowa State Cyclones fan cheers on his team against the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Jack Trice Stadium November 18, 2011 in Ames, Iowa. (Photo by Reese Strickland/Getty Images)

Your college football team's 2012 chances can perhaps be best expressed by way of a popular internet GIF. Have a look at the other four conference GIF previews here.

Baylor: Baylor is ready to go without its Heisman Trophy-winning QB!


Iowa State: Not sure if this applies to all of Ames or just Iowa State itself.


Kansas: Oooooh, coach with Super Bowl rings!


Kansas State: You think they're tough because they went 10-2 last year but, ummmm, look a little closer.


Oklahoma: You're never sure how they'll screw it up, you just know that they will.


Oklahoma State: Starting a quarterback born in 1993 always seems like a good idea at the time.


TCU: "WHAT THE SHIT WE HAVE TO GO TO THE WAC ... awww I'm not mad at you any more!"


Texas: The red ball is the Red River Shootout.


Texas Tech: Tommy Tuberville's got it this year, he swears!


West Virginia: "You mean there's a whole other conference of people who don't play defense?"


While we’re here, let’s watch some of the many fine college football videos from SB Nation’s YouTube channel:

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