Horns, Buffs emerge as division leaders

Vince Young and Texas have grabbed most of the Big 12 headlines, but the conference's lack of depth could hurt the Horns.

Updated: October 12, 2005, 5:35 PM ET
By Tim Griffin | Special to ESPN.com

The Big 12 has traditionally been one of the most balanced conferences in the country, with depth at the top of both divisions and in the national polls.

But the emergence of national-title contender Texas in the South Division and Colorado in the North might have the conference pointed to its most one-sided conference races in history. Considering that only once in conference history has a Big 12 division race been settled by more than one game, those potential gaps between the top ...

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