The Oklahoma 10: Week 13 power rankings 

November, 26, 2012
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Each week, SoonerNation will rank Oklahoma’s top 10 performers of the season up to this point. Several Sooners stepped up to the challenge in a 51-48 Bedlam victory that went to overtime, including the Oklahoma 10’s new No. 1:

1. QB Landry Jones (Last week: No. 2): Had the Sooners knocked off Notre Dame, Jones would be topping the Heisman polls right now. He’s been unconscious the last two weeks and still deserves to be in the Heisman conversation. Collin Klein has been incredible this season, but I’m not so sure Jones isn’t the All-Big 12 QB.

[+] EnlargeBlake Bell
Cal Sport Media via AP ImagesOklahoma quarterback Blake Bell's fourth-down run tied up Bedlam with four seconds left in regulation.
2. CB Aaron Colvin (4): Colvin was downright nasty in Bedlam, intercepting his fourth pass of the season off a tip. OSU’s outside receivers had little impact on the game, and Colvin was a big reason why.
Big 12 Playoff Hopes Rest On One Game
With Big 12 favorites Oklahoma and Baylor coming off possibly insurmountable losses, ESPN college football insider Brad Edwards says the best chance for conference representation in the College Football Playoff will be the Kansas State-TCU winner.
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