2018 Big 12 Football Teams as Vehicles

2018 Big 12 Football Teams as Vehicles

Last Updated August 4, 2019

Are you ready for Big 12 Football? Are you a gearhead? If so, we’re excited for you to check out the graphic we put together. We took each team in the Big 12 and matched them up with a car that we think would best represent them. The final result is a wide range of vehicles, with influences ranging from last year’s performance to the storied history of past seasons.

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Big 12 Vehicle Infographic

Here are a few that might need further explanation.

  • Baylor - It’s a good thing that Matt Rhule signed a seven-year deal because Art Briles and company left that program a wreck.
  • Iowa State - The Toyota 86 burst onto the scene out of nowhere in 2017 as did the Iowa State football team.
  • Kansas - Mazda is an accomplished brand, but the Protegé is not exactly a performance machine. The KU athletic department can hold its head high during basketball season, but the football program has not had a winning season since 2008.
  • Kansas State - The Big 12 Conference currently features three head coaches under the age of 40, but KSU coach Bill Snyder is still going strong at 78 years young. We’re not sure what he drives, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it was a Lincoln Town Car.
  • West Virginia- The Dodge Demon is FAST, but it can be out of control at times. WVU has enough speed to sink a ship, but can also be unpredictable.

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2018 Big 12 Football Teams as Vehicles

Do you love Big 12 Football? Do you love cars? Then you should check out what we did. Each team in the Big 12 was matched up with what vehicle we think would best represent them. Some are based on the 2017-18 season, while others have a nod to history.