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Gambling Sports - Big 12 Powers Maintain Recruit Strength

Gambling sports handicappers that are used to Texas and Oklahoma being at the top of the Big 12 football sports gambling mountain should not expect changes.

Gambling sports recruiting rankings had Texas ranked with the top sports gambling football recruit class in the Big 12 with arch rival Oklahoma ranked second. One upstart gambling sports commodity in the Big 12 could be Texas A&M as the Aggies finished with the third ranked class in the conference as the South Division again looks to be dominant with 6 out of the first 8 ranked sports gambling classes in the league.

The top two ranked North Division teams for National Singing Day in the Big 12 were also familiar with handicappers at internet sportsbooks as Missouri had the fourth ranked class in the conference while Nebraska ranked fifth.

Overall the Big 12 was ranked neck-and-neck with the Pac-10 Conference as the second best gambling sports league for National Signing Day behind the highly vaunted Southeastern Conference.  Texas ranked 3rd nationally with their gambling sports recruit class while Oklahoma ranked 7th nationally.

The Annual Red River Rivalry shootout between the teams for the 2010 gambling sports season will again be one of the most highly anticipated showdowns in college football.  Texas A&M’s gambling sports ranking was 15th nationally for their class while Missouri ranked 21st in the nation with Nebraska ranked at 23rd.

Colorado ranked dead last in the Big 12 for recruiting as the poor performances on the field and the gambling sports rumors about the future of head coach Dan Hawkins continue to damage their appeal with prospects.

The departure of Mark Mangino at Kansas did not help their gambling sports recruit efforts as the Jayhawks finished 9th in the conference rankings.

Kansas State ranked 11th but that might be deceiving as head coach Bill Snyder, who built the Wildcats into a national power in his first stint as head coach, singed seven junior college prospects, which was always his recipe for success.

Tommy Tuberville had a late start at Texas Tech and ended up with a class that ranked eighth in the Big 12.  Art Briles continues to improve Baylor as the Bears ranked seventh in the conference and are looking for a bowl in 2010.