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By Jason Kersey and Ryan AberFormer Texas coach Mack Brown said Oklahoma is the Big 12 Conference favorite this season, but isn’t quite ready to crown his former archrival.
Brown, now working as an ESPN college football analyst, said during a media conference call this week that “this league has much more parity than people would think from outside.”
“We played for the conference championship at Texas last year; all those kids are back,” Brown said.
Outfielder Jorge Soler homered in his first big league at-bat on Wednesday night off Cincinnati's Mat Latos, a noteworthy debut for the Cubs' 22-year-old prospect.
Soler connected on a 2-1 pitch from Latos in the second inning, hitting the ball onto the netting above the Reds bullpen in center field.
The first season major college football's champion will be decided by a playoff began Wednesday night in a mostly empty Georgia Dome, with one of the newest members of FBS taking on a team starting its second season in DIvision I.
The road to the College Football Playoff starts here and Georgia State is getting a head start on the rest of the competition opening up against Abilene Christian — which seems fair given the Panthers' credentials.
On Thursday, the heavyweights start to join the race.
The Georgia Dome crowd will swell significantly when No.