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Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma: Experts evaluate their upcoming seasons

Rivals national analyst Marshall Levenson recently teamed up with Jeff Johnson from OStateIllustrated, Landyn Rosow from AggieYell, and Parker Thune from OUInsider to tackle three important topics in the college football world. The experts examine the potential dominance of Oklahoma State in the Big 12, the recruiting success of Texas A&M in Mike Elko’s first year, and Oklahoma’s chances of success in their inaugural SEC season.

1. Oklahoma State’s Big 12 Dominance
Levenson and Johnson both agree that Oklahoma State is primed to dominate the Big 12 in the coming years. Levenson points out the Cowboys’ impressive conference winning percentage and the elite level of consistency instilled by head coach Mike Gundy. With key players like Doak Walker winner Ollie Gordon and super seniors Alan Bowman and Brennan Presley, Oklahoma State is set to make a strong push for conference dominance. Johnson highlights the team’s Big 12 Championship Game appearance and the return of 19 starters as key factors in their potential success.

2. Texas A&M’s Top-10 Recruiting Class
Levenson and Rosow believe that Texas A&M has the potential to reel in a top-10 recruiting class in Mike Elko’s first year. Levenson highlights Elko’s strong recruiting efforts and the Aggies’ early commitments from top prospects. Rosow emphasizes the importance of on-field results for recruiting success but remains optimistic about Texas A&M’s chances of landing a top class.

3. Oklahoma’s SEC Debut
Levenson is skeptical about Oklahoma’s chances of going above .500 in conference play in their first year in the SEC. He points to concerns about the team’s offensive line and predicts a 4-4 record in conference play. Thune, on the other hand, believes that the Sooners are well-positioned to be competitive in the SEC. With nine returning starters on defense, talented offensive skill positions, and standout quarterback Jackson Arnold, Thune sees Oklahoma as a team capable of exceeding expectations in their new conference.

As college football fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming season, the opinions of these experts provide valuable insight into the potential success of Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma. Stay tuned for more updates and analysis as the season approaches.