Big 12 lunch links

September, 30, 2013
West Virginia fans set 10 fires and flipped one car this weekend. Not bad.
  • A physical performance from Oklahoma's offensive line keyed the victory at Notre Dame.
  • The Dallas Morning-News ranks Texas Tech No. 3 in its newest "Best in Texas" poll.
  • Texas legend Earl Campbell told a Houston TV station on Sunday he believes it's time for Texas to replace Mack Brown.
  • Few believed in West Virginia before Saturday's win against Oklahoma State, but that could soon change.
  • When Baylor hosts Oklahoma on Nov. 7, a Big 12 championship could be on the line.
  • Kansas junior buck linebacker Michael Reynolds admits he's growing up this season.
  • A little trash talking during the coin toss of the Tulsa game fired up Iowa State players, though the specifics of what was said are still unknown.
  • Oklahoma State's soft nonconference schedule did the Pokes no favors entering their road loss to West Virginia.
  • As Kansas State looks to get back on track, its captains are demanding their fellow teammates buy in.
  • The late rout of SMU was nice, but TCU is still trying to play a complete game.

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