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Around the Big 12: Week 10

TCU snuck out of Morgantown with the win, but the other Big 12 games weren't as close.

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Current Standings

1. Marshall - 71-6

2. Hawk - 64 -13

3. coachmelissa - 62-15

4. Jamie - 60-17

Big 12

No. 18 Oklahoma 59, Iowa State 14

Oklahoma did what good teams are supposed to do to Iowa State, beat them soundly. Trevor Knight had his best game of the season, throwing for three touchdowns and rushing for three more, and that's more than enough to beat a Cyclones team that has us all asking when Paul Rhodes is going to get fired.

Baylor 60, Kansas 14

Baylor made Kansas it's homecoming game this season, which means that Kansas had zero chance to win. Oh, wait, they had no chance to win anyways, just like every game they play the rest of the season. Poor Kansas. Maybe Bill Self would be a good football coach too.

Texas 34, Texas Tech 13

Quandre Diggs hit Patrick Mahomes so hard that Mahomes wasn't knocked out. Think about that for a second. True freshman walkon Vincent Testaverde (yes, Vinny T's son), played admirably but you couldn't expect Tech to win with him. In fact, you couldn't really expect Tech to win at all, could you? I mean, no one actually picked Tech in this game right? Oh wait....

Kansas State 48, Oklahoma State 14

Kansas State almost beat Oklahoma State worse than TCU did, but a pick six in the final minutes by the Pokes closed the margin slightly.

TCU 31, West Virginia 30

Have you ever seen the old movie The Great Escape? That's how I feel about this game, except at the end TCU wasn't foiled by a barbed wire fence, they just kicked over it. Obviously much more on this game to come, but suffice it to say, TCU is 7-1. They haven't had seven wins this early in the season since 2010.

Around the Country

No. 3 Auburn 35, No. 4 Ole Miss 31

No. 5 Oregon 45, Stanford 16

No. 22 UCLA 17, No. 12 Arizona 7

No. 14 Arizona State 19, No. 17 Utah 16 (OT)

Miami 47, North Carolina 20