Time for another round of fun facts and tidbits about the Big 12's premier bowl games: The Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and AT&T Cotton Bowl.
As always, these come courtesy of our crack team at ESPN Stats & Information and sports information departments across the Big 12. Let's get started:
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Oregon leads the nation in touchdown drives that lasted less than a minute with 22.
The Ducks have 44 touchdown drives of two minutes or less, also the most in FBS.
Kansas State has scored on 40 percent of its drives this season, and average 3.5 points per drive.
K-State averages more than 10 fewer points per game than Oregon, but the two are tied for second nationally in points per drive.
Kansas State's 10 turnovers this season are the third fewest in FBS.
The Wildcats are in the top four nationally in average drive start position, penalties per game, turnover margin and opponent points off turnovers.
Collin Klein is completing 53.8 percent of his passes longer than 20 yards this season, compared to 43.9 percent last season.
Klein has at least one touchdown in goal-to-go situations in 22 of 23 games against FBS opponents the past two seasons.
Klein averages 8.7 yards a carry on scrambles and 41.4 percent of those carries end in first downs.
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel has 784 of his 1,181 rushing yards on scrambles, averaging 9.7 yards a carry on those plays.
Manziel has been forced out of the pocket on 27.6 percent of drop backs this season.
Over the last three games, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones is completing 77.7 percent of his passes for four touchdowns and no interceptions when he's blitzed.
On the season, he has eight touchdowns and one pick when blitzed.
Jones has thrown just 12.2 percent of his career passes from outside the pocket, but thrown 25.5 percent of his career interceptions from outside the pocket.
In Oklahoma's first 10 games, Jones attempted 41 passes from outside the pocket. In the last two games, he's attempted just three such passes.
Oregon coach Chip Kelly is the only coach to ever reach a BCS game in each of his first four seasons as a head coach.
With a win, Oregon would have its third consecutive 12-win season. The last coach to do that in an AQ league was Oklahoma's Bob Stoops from 2002-04.
Oregon averaged 31.3 points in the first half this season, which is more than 73 FBS teams average in a game this year.
Kansas State averages 23.4 points in the second half this season, second most in FBS, behind only Louisiana Tech.
Klein is 21-4 as a starting quarterback.
K-State's 10 wins by fewer than seven points in the last two seasons are tied for the most in FBS.
Oregon is tied for the most forced turnovers this season with 38.
K-State has scored touchdowns on 36 of 71 second-half possessions this season. The top four in the FBS in that stat are all from the Big 12 (K-State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma State).
Klein's 49 rushing touchdowns since the beginning of 2011 are more than every FBS player but Wisconsin's Montee Ball, who has 54.
Klein's scored a touchdown in 21 consecutive games against FBS opponents, the longest streak in FBS since 2004 by five games.
Texas A&M is 4-8 in its 12 Cotton Bowl appearances.
Oklahoma is 1-0 in its only appearance in the bowl, back in 2002.
If Oklahoma wins, it will have its first four-game bowl winning streak since 1978-81.
West Virginia's Pat White is the only player to ever go 4-0 in bowl games. Landry Jones could join him with a win.
A&M hasn't won consecutive bowl games since 1985.
A win would give Stoops 150 wins at Oklahoma, seven short of Barry Switzer's school record.
A win would give Texas A&M its first 11-win season since 1998.