In the third and final installment of the series, we briefly break down the best remaining what if scenarios left. We could go on and on but we’ve got to…
Inexperience and injuries, 16 knee injuries, coupled with five games lost in the final possession resulted in a 2-10 season a far cry from 10-3 the year before.
Three wins in three years. It’s safe to say the program has fallen on hard times and even took a step back last season.
After fielding one of the youngest teams in the conference the Bears look to turn the corner and put a rough 1-11 season behind them in which they dropped five games by 10 points or less.
For the first time in Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury’s five years, his defense is the strength of the team after lowering their points per game from 43.5 to 32.2 and return nine starters.
After squeaking into bowl games the past two seasons, the Wildcats need a fast start to break into the top half of the conference.
After a surprising 8-5 season, the Cyclones goal this season is to continue taking steps forwards not backward.