Sport, Concert and Theater tickets are hot and Frontrow.org has tickets to all your favorite events, including the Miami Heat Games, College Football and Super Bowl. We can get you "In the door" or the best seats to all games and events. Talk to one of our specialists or order online 24/7. Frontrow.org has a solid reputation of over 22 years in the business selling tickets. Front row can get you tickets for all the, Playoffs and all NBA Games.
The Big 12 is in a period of change but one thing won’t change; the Big 12 will always have a powerful presence in the world of college football. With members like Oklahoma, Baylor, and Oklahoma State, how could it not? 2016 will see that proved as the Sooners lead the way with perhaps the strongest shot of anyone in the conference for a spot in the College Football Playoffs. With the Sooners, Baylor, and Oklahoma State all ranked in the Top 20 of college football, the rest of the country will have to acknowledge the Big 12 is back.
Oklahoma Sooners – After winning a Big 12 title last season, Bob Stoops proved once again that he’s among the best college football coaches in the country. They all have their ups and downs but Stoops has survived, and won, longer than most. The Sooners will once again feature a dynamic running attack with Samaje and Joe Mixon, while quarterback Baker Mayfield will be in Heismann contention again. That balance is what makes the Oklahoma Sooners a favorite in the Big 12 and an odds on favorite for another College Football Playoffs ticket.
Baylor Bears – If offense sells tickets, Baylor Bears tickets will sell out. Scoring almost 50 points a game makes Baylor hard to beat and it might get even better in 2016 if everyone stays healthy. The Bears do play in the Big 12 and will have to prove their worth by beating Oklahoma in the end, while games against TCU and Texas are also crucial. Seth Russell will be a rucial factor at quarterback and his play could propel the Bears into the national spotlight comes New Years.
Oklahoma State Cowboys – Oklahoma State can win with offense but it would sure be nice to see them develop a better defense. Mason Rudolph is a difference maker and he’s coming back from a season that saw him pass for well over 3,500 yards and 21 touchdowns. Opponents will have to find a way to stop that Cowboys offense. If they can’t, Oklahoma State is ready to rock the Big 12.