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Resetting the Big 12 conference after a weekend filled with enough offense to compensate for the bye weeks at hand.
The Big 12 was a little quiet this weekend with several teams taking a bye week. Actually no, check that...the Big 12 was anything but quiet. Baylor and WVU put up enough points to compensate for the others while Texas and Texas Tech continue to gain more and more respect nationally. It was a good week and more to come this coming weekend.
In the Trenches - Longhorns and Cowboys Prognosis and Diagnosis - Burnt Orange Nation
Now that fans have seen the Longhorns against a "real" team, here are a few thoughts outside the media pablum about the game and the Horns future.
Just How Good Is Geno Smith? - The Smoking Musket
Geno Smith is off to a historical start to the 2012 season. But where does he fall on WVU's all-time list of great quarterbacks? Could he be the Mountaineers best ever?
Opponent Watch: Texas Tech Grinds Out 24-13 Win At Iowa State - Crimson And Cream Machine
Texas Tech's win in Ames puts them at 4-0 as they prepare to host Oklahoma
Texas Tech is going places - Viva The Matadors
Timely but wild, irrational optimism. Texas Tech is really good, this week.
Art Briles finally loses a game of Hyper-Efficiency Chicken - Our Daily Bears
On the inevitable fall of Baylor's 9 game win streak and the epic game of Hyper-Efficiency Chicken between Art Briles and Dana Holgorsen.
Inside the Numbers: TCU Reclaims the Skillet - Frogs O' War
What was good and what was bad in TCU's win over SMU?
Post Week 5 Anger Management - Wide Right & Natty Lite
The one where we talk about the Mess of an offense, how Steele Jantz isn't helping, and whether or not this team can gain an identity before the wheels fall off.
FULL RECAP: Texas 41, Oklahoma State 36...the rest of the season is on the defense. - Cowboys Ride For Free
Say what you want about the Longhorns last TD (fumble?) of the game. That is NOT why Oklahoma State lost this game.