This week's Shutdown Fullcast covers the Big 12, a conference of such astonishing depth and interest we didn't have time to get to reader questions. We'll double down on them next week, but we apologize: Iowa State is JUST that fascinating.
--The least coordinated intro to the podcast ever, and an analysis of the Jade Helm defense Texas Tech will use this fall
--Rage-inducing sports video games (helllloooooo FIFA) and the time Ryan's friend threw a controller so hard that he flooded his apartment after a controversial MarioKart ending
--Why playing in Ames on a Thursday or Friday night is...is fine, actually.
--How you should just not watch Texas this year and come back in 2016
--Did Oklahoma fix the wrong side of the ball? (By asking that we're pretty much saying yes, yes they did)
--Texas Tech is the most ideologically pure team in the Big 12
--Why TCU will just try to average more points on offense this year than the New York Knicks
--WVU, the ruiners of all ruiners (again)
--A brief discussion of the way Charlie Weis stole money from another team and left them bereft and more broken than Kansas football usually is
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