This was on ESPN.com and they featured UT(of coarse).Love that last line. Editor's Note: ESPN Insider has teamed with Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook to provide a comprehensive look at all 120 FBS teams. To order the complete 2010 edition of Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook, visit www.blueribbonyearbookonline.com or call 1-877-807-4857 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern. BLUE RIBBON ANALYSIS Texas Tech is the mystery team in the Big 12 because of the coaching change. Gone is the wizardry of Mike Leach. Leading the charge now is Tommy Tuberville, who has done something Leach never did at the highest level -- put together a perfect season (13-0 at Auburn in 2004). Still, it's hard to imagine there won't be some kind of transition with Tech playing in one of the nation's toughest conferences, the Big 12 South. Tech has nine starters back on offense, and there is experience at the quarterback position with Taylor Potts and Steven Sheffield. The big question for the Red Raiders' new offensive system is are there enough game breakers to make big plays? Tech should be able to sustain drives with running backs Baron Batch and Eric Stephens, but there is a question whether there's a big-play threat at receiver. The Red Raiders' defense will undergo a major transition with new defensive coordinator James Willis making a change to a 3-4 defense. It may take more than a season to get the system in and to find the right players to run it. Tech opens 2010 with a test against up-and-comer SMU under June Jones, who has the Mustangs hanging up points, much like Tech has now for a decade. The Red Raiders jump right into Big 12 action on Sept. 18 against national title contender Texas in a Saturday night game in Lubbock. There is plenty of talent around for Texas Tech to make it yet another bowl appearance -- the Red Raiders have gone to 10 in a row. But it remains to be seen whether Tuberville will be able to win nine games in 2010, something that would have been almost a guarantee had Leach stayed in Lubbock.