The showdown every Big 12 fan has been waiting for, has finally arrived. This weekend sees the unbeaten Baylor Bears host the high-power Oklahoma Sooners, in a very likely preview of the Big 12 title game in less than a month’s time. An Oklahoma win would almost certainly set up this scenario, while a Baylor win leaves the door open slightly for Texas to walk through and stake their claim to a spot in the final game.
With only a few weeks left in the regular season, the quest for the Big 12 title has come down to a two-team race. Texas, Iowa State and Kansas State are clinging onto hope by a thread, as Baylor and Oklahoma have separated themselves from the pack and look destined for a massive showdown next weekend.
November is the heart of the college football season, with marquee games scheduled through Thanksgiving weekend, and Saturday’s Alabama-LSU tilt is the biggest. Here's what to look forward to this week.
Three of the four contenders for the Big 12 crown will see action this week, and two will travel for tough tests that could shape the rest of the conference race.
After a tough week with college football selections, it is time to put the nose to the grindstone and give out some winners. We're excited to play four home teams in Week 9.
Iowa will put its unbeaten record on the line this weekend, when the Hawkeyes take on the Michigan Wolverines at the Big House. We have odds and a pick for that anticipated Week 6 game, as well as four more.
The Sooners will host the Red Raiders in this week’s spotlight Big 12 matchup. It's a game that sees Oklahoma a big favorite at home against a Texas Tech team that will be missing their quarterback. Elsewhere, #24 Kansas State will visit Oklahoma State, TCU will host Kansas, and Iowa State will try to get a road win over Baylor.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys visit #12 Texas this Saturday in a highly-anticipated showdown between two of the best offenses in college football. We have you covered with a preview and prediction for that game along with three more.
Zack Rhodes went 4-1 last week and is back again with his expert picks and predictions for a busy weekend of Big Ten action.
At the end of Week 1, Bo Nix was the talk of college football after his game-winning touchdown against No. 16 Oregon on prime-time television. He wasn’t the only first-year quarterback to impress in Week 1, though.