Baylor’s Bryce Petty is probably on the outside looking in on the Heisman Trophy, but a trip to New York for the ceremony is well within reach.
Briles told The Associated Press on Wednesday night he is really “humbled and blessed” by the new deal that goes into effect after this season.
While often overlooked because of all the outrageous numbers put up by their high-scoring offense, the fourth-ranked Bears also have the Big 12′s best defense.
The Red Raiders are hoping to change that this year. But after dropping the last three games after a 7-0 start some players might be concerned about the past repeating itself.
No. 23 Texas has lost leading rusher Johnathan Gray for the season to a torn Achilles tendon.
Reese hurt his wrist after coming down awkwardly on an incompletion late in the first half of Baylor’s 41-12 victory over Oklahoma on Thursday night.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops made two things clear Monday: There won’t be a change at quarterback for the Sooners and he is OK with the direction his program is headed.
The conference has just one team in the top 10 in No. 4 Baylor. It’s no coincidence that the Bears are also the only team in the league to have essentially one quarterback, Bryce Petty, behind center all season.
Florida State took firm hold of second place in the BCS standings behind top-ranked Alabama and grabbed the inside track to the national championship game.
When their fast-paced, high-scoring offense sputtered early, the fifth-ranked Bears’ largely overshadowed but consistently solid defense kept stopping No. 12 Oklahoma.
Texas defensive coordinator Greg Robinson will come in handy for the Longhorns’ first trip to West Virginia.
Nearly every aspect of No. 15 Oklahoma State’s game seemed to jell during an impressive 52-34 win over Texas Tech last week. The next challenge for the Cowboys: lowly Kansas.