Here's a look at the Big 12's top performers from Week 4:
WR Josh Doctson, TCU: Doctson was spectacular in TCU’s 55-52 win over Texas Tech. He was targeted 21 times and finished with 18 receptions for 267 yards and three touchdowns. He was especially clutch on third down, coming up with five receptions for 125 yards and two touchdowns on third-down plays. The 18 receptions tied a Big 12 record and the 267 receiving yards broke a TCU mark.
RB Aaron Green, TCU: Green saved TCU's season with an improbable, 4-yard grab in the back of the end zone off Doctson's tip with 23 seconds to play. Green also rushed for 162 yards on 28 carries and two more touchdowns, with most of that damage coming in the second half.
QB Seth Russell, Baylor: Russell only had to throw 16 times in a 70-17 win over Rice, so he made them count: 12 completions, 277 yards, six TDs, no turnovers. His QBR of 97.8 for that performance ranks No. 1 among all Big 12 quarterbacks this season and 11th best nationally. Russell engineering a 42-point first half certainly helped in the Bears' quest to get their edge back before Big 12 play.
K Ben Grogan, Oklahoma State: Grogan nailed all three of his field goal attempts at Texas while coming up big in the clutch. He tied the score at 27-27 on a 41-yard kick with 1:33 to go, which was all the more impressive by the fact Oklahoma State's delay of game penalty pushed Grogan back and forced him to connect a second time. Then, in the game's final seconds, he hit the game-winner from 40 yards out.
RB Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia: The Mountaineers' do-it-all junior running back rushed for a career-high 147 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in West Virginia's 45-6 thrashing of Maryland. Behind Smallwood's effort, West Virginia finished with 37 first downs, breaking a program record set in 1923 against Washington & Lee University.