Can Spencer Sanders get Oklahoma State over its playoff hump? | 2022 Big 12 College Football Preview

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ESPN senior writer Ryan McGee looks ahead to the 2022 season in the Big 12. After losing to Baylor via a goal-line stand in the 2021 Big 12 title game, Spencer Sanders, Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State Cowboys will try to hold off conference rivals for their first College Football Playoff appearance.

0:00 Intro

1:11 Rivalry Game

2:01 The Favorite

2:41 Best of the Rest

3:58 Tailgate Tips

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