Big 12 Week 12 helmet stickers: Matthew Wyman kicks Kansas to win

Fans tear down goalpost after Kansas tops Texas (0:46)

After Kansas defeated Texas with a game-winning field goal in overtime, Jayhawks' fans storm the field to celebrate and come together to take down the field goal post. (0:46)

Helmet stickers honoring the top Big 12 performances of Week 12:

Kansas K Matthew Wyman: Wyman delivered the Jayhawks out of ignominy with a game-winning, 25-yard field goal that not only knocked off Texas 24-21 in overtime, but lifted Kansas to its first Big 12 win in 20 tries and gave the school its first victory over the Longhorns in 78 years.

Oklahoma RB Samaje Perine: In his second game back from a pulled muscle injury, Perine was back to his battering-ram self in the Sooners' 56-28 victory over West Virginia. Perine rushed for 160 yards on 31 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns, averaging better than five yards per touch.

West Virginia RB Justin Crawford: Though it came in a losing effort, Crawford was ridiculous for the Mountaineers. He ran for a career-high 331 yards, the third-highest total in a game in West Virginia history and only 13 yards fewer than Tavon Austin's record yardage total against the Sooners four years ago. Crawford remains a strong contender to win Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year honors.

Iowa State QBs Joel Lanning and Jacob Park: The Iowa State defense certainly deserves consideration here for what it did to Texas Tech and quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But so do Lanning and Park, who combined for eight touchdowns in the Cyclones' 66-10 demolition of the Red Raiders. Park completed 14-of-18 passes for 285 yards and Lanning tied a school record with five rushing touchdowns as the Cyclones handed Matt Campbell his first signature victory as coach at Iowa State.

Kansas State RB Alex Barnes: After getting only one carry in the first half, Barnes rushed for 128 yards and four touchdowns in the second to carry the Wildcats to a 42-21 victory at Baylor. Coming into the weekend, the redshirt freshman had 27 career carries. In the second half alone, Barnes was given 18 carries as the focal point of the K-State attack .

Oklahoma State DL: In perhaps the most impressive defensive performance of the Big 12 season, Oklahoma State shut down TCU in a resounding 31-6 victory in Fort Worth, Texas. The Pokes produced a pair of defensive stands inside their own 5-yard line and limited TCU running back Kyle Hicks to just 47 yards on 25 carries. Vincent Taylor continued his Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year campaign with five tackles and his fourth blocked extra point of the season. Taylor, Tralund Webber and Motekiai Maile combined for four tackles for loss in the dominant effort.