Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia: As impressive as Tavon Austin's insane show was on Saturday, it overshadowed a heck of a game from Bailey, who caught four touchdowns on his 13 catches for 205 yards. Most impressive? Three of those scores came in the fourth quarter with the outcome still in doubt, and two of them gave WVU a lead, including a 40-yarder with less than three minutes left to play.
Darrin Moore, WR, Texas Tech: Moore quietly had a big game in the middle of a lopsided loss for Texas Tech against Oklahoma State. Moore caught a game-high nine balls for 140 yards and a touchdown. He's had at least nine catches in three of his last four games and his 140 yards were the most since a 221-yard outburst in Game 1 of the 2011 season against Texas State.
Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State: K-State turned in a largely weak effort, but Harper was out there fighting, and he was by far the most impressive player on the field for the Wildcats. He fought for balls and kept K-State alive early. He caught a game-high 11 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown. It wasn't a fun night for the Purple Cats, but that wasn't Harper's fault.