Big 12 Roundup & Power Rankings: Bad Loss Purple KS

#6 Oklahoma 49, Nebraska 14

This team has checked pretty much every box, and there will be a lot more to say in the coming days. In the meantime, enjoy the full glow of a decisive victory over an old rival, and enjoy the rest of Saturday’s college games.

# 8 Oklahoma 63, Arkansas Pine Bluff 7

# 16 North Carolina 27, Texas Tech 14

The performance wasn’t satisfactory tonight, but in the end NC State got it right where it wanted to be after three games – and it would, except for one very odd thing, be undefeated in a Clemson game in two weeks. I can live with that.

#17 Baylor 42, Texas 7

After a tough loss last weekend in Provo, Baylor dominated Texas State to win 42-7. The defense had a few moments of bending, but never let the Bobcats break through them. The attack still has to be done, but it was one of the best matches we’ve seen running football early in the season.

#21 Texas 41, UTSA 20

The Texas Longhorns He struggled with the UTSA Roadrunners early on, falling behind after 17-7 after a kick on the field and a trick that capitalized on an apparent lack of focus early on. The Longhorns responded by scoring 17 unanswered points to lead 24-17 and never looked back.

Iowa 43, Ohio 10

Cyclones took the lead early on and never ceded it, starting 11 for 69 (nice) yards, and ending with a Hunter Dekkers career. After trading kicks, Hunter Dekkers took charge to return to the end zone, with DeShawn Hanika taking his second TD pass of the season to make the score 14-0.

Tolen 17, Kansas State 10

Kansas State couldn’t shake off the attack this afternoon, ruining a solid defensive performance as the Wildcats fell to a 17-10 defeat to the Tulane Green Wave at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

The first 24 minutes of this game were straight rubbish. K-State (2-1) gained 88 yards in four possessions without accomplishing anything, and fell 7-0 after a one-yard touchdown by Tyjae Spears that capped a nine-play 90-yard drive from Green Wave (3-0).

KS 48, Houston 30

These Jayhawks are not an illusion. They are not a dominant soccer team, but they are once a strong and competitive soccer team. They proved it today by hitting the road and dropping the Houston team’s favorite nine, and doing so in a convincing fashion.

It’s worth noting that in the past couple of weeks, Kansas has benefited from some lucky bounces. However, this does not explain the Jayhawks’ offensive performance. After amassing 55 points and 419 yards at Morgantown, Kansas scored 48 with 440 yards at Houston, as the Jayhawks passed the Cougars 48-30.

Strength ratings

Reminder – Strength ratings are fluid and depend on many factors, one of which is how much I drank before I put it all together. Don’t take them seriously.

  1. Kansas Jayhawks (LW: 1) – Believe
  2. Urgent Oklahoma (LW:4) – They still look like a conference class. Someone has to go through Norman to win the conference.
  3. Baylor Bears (LW: 7) – Doing what good teams do to inferior ones
  4. Oklahoma State Cowboys (LW: 8) – Is the Oklahoma State Conference Championship game the whole?
  5. Texas Longhorns (LW: 2) – Struggled early with UTSA before dropping out
  6. Iowa Hurricanes (LW:3) – Dark Horse?
  7. West Virginia Mountaineers (LW: 10) – Correct game hit them right
  8. Horned Frog TCU (LW:9) – Not lost in farewell week!
  9. Texas Tech Red Raiders (LW: 6) – A hard loss for a ranked opponent.
  10. Kansas Wildcats (LW: 10) – Lost to Tulane. Lost. to me. TU-LANE.

Future conference competitions

#25 Oregon 41, #12 BYU 20

The Oregon Ducks Strongly defended the homeland this afternoon.

Oregon dominated the match by attacking. The defense stopped Galen Hall, so much so that it could be stopped. Hall is truly the NFL QB of the future, but the ducks’ defense frustrated him today. Bo Knicks He is our aggressive star. The Knicks’ best season was his freshman season in Auburn, so it shouldn’t be a revelation that his Oregon season has much to do with his reunion with Dillingham. Knicks was flawless today.

Cincinnati 38, Miami (Ohio) 17

Ben Bryant He threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns and Cincinnati scored 14 unanswered points in the second inning to defeat Miami (Ohio) 38-17 on Saturday to lead a streak in a battle for Bell victory.

UCF 40, Florida Atlantic 14