Six of the Big 12’s 10 schools are in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one). So it’s literally impossible, at this point, to have a Saturday that doesn’t feature two ranked teams from that league playing each other.
This Saturday there are two such games:
And if those games — plus the Kansas State at No. 10 Kansas game — go the way oddsmakers project, i.e., with the home teams winning, there will be a four-way tie for first in the Big 12 between West Virginia, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and, of course, Kansas. It’s fun stuff that suggests what most have been saying for a while — that the league is totally up for grabs and likely won’t be decided until the final weekend of the regular season.
Top 25 (and one)