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Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Big 12 lunchtime links
By Max Olson
Hope Mike Gundy
ordered my favorite
: Spicy chicken sandwich with pepperjack and Polynesian.
Baylor coach Art Briles will not address the
latest BCS rankings
with his team this week. BU linebacker Eddie Lackey named Big 12
defensive player of the week
Kliff Kingsbury doesn't mind
to motivate his Texas Tech team. Tech's defensive coordinator is pleased by the
made at West Virginia.
After two rough games, Oklahoma knows it can't afford more struggles in
defending the run
. Running back Keith Ford needs to work on his
Texas is fine with
playing the underdog
against TCU and relishes the role. Texas-Baylor could be one of the 10 games that matters most to
the BCS picture
Rusty Burns will remain the
lead play caller for TCU's offense
after making the change last week. There's much
more to quarterback commit
Foster Sawyer than just football.
Oklahoma State's coaches will
keep people guessing
on their quarterback situation. Freshman RB Rennie Childs is
stepping up and impressing
his coaches. Receiver Tracy Moore was
to see J.W. Walsh get benched.
West Virginia coaches are
sticking with Clint Trickett
at quarterback against Kansas State. Losing a blowout to Baylor was
"catastrophic" to the psyche
of WVU's defense, but
the close losses
are hard to take, too.
Freshman Montell Cozart has officially entered the
Kansas quarterback competition
Bud Adams' role
in the Border War of 1960.
Iowa State trying to
from its worst loss in school history. Everything is
up for evaluation
for the Cyclones after the Baylor blowout.
Kansas State is in need of a
against West Virginia this week. Like its next opponent, K-State continues to ride the