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Charlie Strong probably shouldn't have used these words to praise Baylor's and TCU's offenses

Perhaps a different course of action was needed. Charlie Strong has some takes on why the Big 12 shifted to the high-flying offensive attacks that are all over the league. We want to warn you, the take has a radioactive heat to it and is unsafe for humans to handle without proper protection: Strong on the Big 12 being a spread league: "When people saw what Baylor and TCU was doing with lesser athletes, everybody jumped on board.
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