It's an early night for the Big 12, which had night games every week this season and every week last year.
Not so this week. Time for some early evening helmet stickers for a change. It feels like the Big Ten around here.
Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State: Klein was denied a helmet sticker late last week against OSU. Not so this week. The Biggest QB in the Big 12 rushed for five touchdowns, including the game winner in the fourth overtime to beat Texas A&M, 53-50. He finished with a career-high 281 yards on 17-of-27 passing and ran for 103 yards on five carries. That's a big load. Klein, as per usual, is handling it.
Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State: Despite crazy swirling West Texas winds, Weeden was on point and played one of his best games on Saturday. He completed 31-of-37 passes for 423 yards and five touchdowns. Tech never had a chance in this one, and Oklahoma State rolled to a 66-6 win, with a 49-0 halftime lead before Weeden sat in the fourth quarter.
Missouri defense: The Tigers locked down a limping Longhorn offense and held Texas without a touchdown. No one's done that to UT since 2004, but the Tigers gave up only a field goal and a blocked punt for a safety in the 17-5 win. Texas had just 247 total yards and completed just 16-of-36 passes. That's only the fifth time a Mack Brown Texas team had been held under seven points.
Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor: Down 24-3 to Kansas with 12 minutes to play, RG3 broke off a 49-yard touchdown run and that was just the beginning. He hit Terrance Williams and Tevin Reese for long touchdowns to tie the game and found Reese for another in overtime as Baylor reached bowl eligibility for the second consecutive year with a 31-30 overtime win at Kansas. He finished with 312 yards passing with three scores and 103 yards rushing.