The Big 12 power rankings mostly held steady this week, but with West Virginia set to host K-State next week, changes could be on the horizon.
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The Mountaineers improved to 3-0 in Week 4, and their station in the Big 12 bowl projections improved accordingly.
The season's first month taught us that Bama is still the best, Louisville is legit and Houston has hope, but heading into October, there are lingering College Football Playoff questions.
The Sooners are no longer the clear-cut favorite they were to win the Big 12 before the season, but it's a wide-open race.
As on-field performance and coaching situations change, prospects' verbal commitments could become less solid. A couple of high-profile SEC pledges could be looking elsewhere.
What if Oregon redid these iconic uniforms? Alabama, Texas, USC, Oklahoma, Penn State, Ohio State and Nebraska would look a whole lot different.
Have the favorites changed in the Big 12 after three weeks? How many teams are legitimate title contenders? Our Big 12 reporters discuss.
Recruiting Nation: Sooners suffer on and off the field, Impact of Saban Recruits and The Rise of Sparty
Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert discuss Nick Saban's biggest recruits, if Oklahoma's big weekend backfired, and how Michigan State is building a CFP contender.
How do Vegas handicappers rank the top 25 teams in college football? Louisville and Stanford move up while Florida State falls.
The Big 12 writers pick this weekend's games involving league teams.
USC began this season overrated, just as it began the past six seasons overrated. Your notes to know for Week 4 begin with a sad and familiar storyline surrounding the Trojans.
Sooners' CFP chances are on life support
Oklahoma fell to 1-2 with its loss to Ohio State. But as Mark Schlabach points out, somebody has to win the Big 12. Eliminator
Things keep heading downhill for Oklahoma, which lost big on Saturday to Ohio State. That earned the Sooners a sweet spot in the Bottom 10, the power rankings no one wants to appear on.
Oklahoma's ugly home loss against Ohio State was the latest example of the talent gap that exists between the Sooners and the national elite.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Oklahoma left guard Cody Ford underwent surgery Sunday to repair a broken leg, Bob Stoops confirmed. Ford injured the leg against Ohio State and had to be carted off the field. Stoops said Ford will be out until at least "toward the end of the season." The injury could catapult walk-on Erick Wren into the lineup as the Sooners shuffle around the starting group up front.
Oklahoma @ TCU Horned Frogs
Amon G. Carter Stadium - Sat 10/1