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John Helsley Published: July 27, 2008
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The Good
•Baylor: Wake Forest (9-4), *Northwestern (La.) State (4-7), Washington State (5-7), at Connecticut (9-4).

Bears one squad who could be excused for booking light.

•Colorado: #Colorado State (3-9), *Eastern Washington (9-4), West Virginia (11-2), at Florida State (7-6)

An archrival and two heavyweights.

•Oklahoma: *Chattanooga (2-9), Cincinnati (10-3), at Washington (4-9), TCU (8-5)

Cincy's been rising and the visit to Seattle is risky.

The Bad
•Kansas: Florida International (1-11), Louisiana Tech (5-7), at South Florida (9-4), * Sam Houston State (7-4).

Tough trip to the Sunshine State, but nothing else.

•Nebraska: Western Michigan (5-7), San Jose State (5-7), New Mexico State (4-9), Virginia Tech (11-3)

Total disinterest before the Hokies close out an all-Lincoln non-conference run.

•Oklahoma State: at Washington State (5-7), Houston (8-5), *Missouri State (6-5), Troy (8-4)

At least there's a good Pacific Northwest road trip for Cowboys fans.

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