Two years ago, the talk was about all the good quarterbacks in the Big 12 and the pinball-like numbers they were ringing up in the passing game. But things can change quickly in college football and those standout signal callers don't have obvious replacements. Colt McCoy of Texas, Todd Reesing of Kansas, Zac Robinson of Oklahoma State, and Grant Gregory of Kansas State all depart after their senior seasons in 2009. Among the returning starters for 2010, Taylor Potts of Texas Tech must adapt to a new coaching staff and Blaine Gabbert will have to perform without receiver Danario Alexander to throw to. Alexander accounted for about half of Gabbert's passing yards and more than half of the touchdowns. In fact, the top three receivers (in terms of receptions) in the conference were all...

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