So, after yesterday, what do we make of the Big 12 North picture? The three teams we all assumed should rule the division all lost in various manners. As of today, the mighty Wildcats of Little Manhattan have a commanding lead based on conference record. Can this hold up?
I don't really have a lot to say about this as of now. I'm more interested in getting a discussion going amongst the community- and supporters of other schools are more than welcome to add their two cents. Who do you think now has the inside shot at taking the North? What have you learned about the six teams? What would your "power rankings" of the North look like right now? How confident are you in your school's chances of winning this thing?
In case you were wondering, here's the current Big 12 North Standings for reference (sorry if the formatting sucks- Denver/RC, feel free to edit):
TEAM CONF RECORD: TOTAL RECORD:
Kansas State 2-1 4-3
Kansas 1-1 5-1
Nebraska 1-1 4-2
Colorado 1-1 2-4
Iowa State 1-2 4-3
Missouri 0-2 4-2