A friend of mine was down 10 fantasy points in our league with just over a minute left in the Monday night game, but had Frank Gore and Garrett Hartley vs. Pierre Thomas, and was down 2.7 before the final kick. You probably know the rest. Greatest comeback ever?
In just its second time hosting an SEC team, Colorado is calling a "Black Out" for its game against Georgia next week.
Baylor's Robert Griffin is profiled on video on the NCAA website.
The Kansas City Star's Blair Kerkhoff hands out grades to Kansas, Kansas State and Missouri for their efforts over the weekend.
For Oklahoma to be successful, other skill position players besides DeMarco Murray and Ryan Broyles have to play better, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Kansas has had many different results, but coach Turner Gill's message has been a constant, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Austen Arnaud shoulder pain should mean playing time for backup quarterback Jerome Tiller, writes Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.
Texas' had three running backs to begin the season. Now they have three banged up running backs.
Missouri dodged a bullet with Aldon Smith's broken fibula, which isn't as serious as it could have been, reports Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune. Of course, Smith isn't even acknowledging he has an injury, despite being outfitted with a cast.
Kevin Haskin of the Topeka Capital-Journal writes about the rising health risks of college coaching.
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville doesn't love the timing of his team's bye week.
Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoman examines the remaining questions for Oklahoma State.
Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman is looking for the Texas offense.
Don't expect Nebraska to play down to its FCS competition this week.
Oklahoma linebacker Ronnell Lewis didn't play a snap against Air Force and wants back on the field.