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3-3, 6th in Big 12
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8hBrett McMurphy

The upset-makers who will shake up Week 8

Wisconsin gave everything it had in last week's loss to Ohio State. Expect the Badgers' beleaguered defense to succumb to an Iowa team with a point to prove -- and a hot RB in Akrum Wadley.

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K-State announces $3M renovation to stadium

Kansas State has announced more plans to renovate Bill Snyder Family Stadium, including a new limestone wall encircling the field and an improved sound system.

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1dMax Olson

Big 12 CB -- the hardest job in college football

It's hard out there for the working man playing corner in the Big 12. Spread offenses, deep reserves of talented receivers and elite QBs make Saturdays a long day at the office.

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2dMitch Sherman

Week 8 in the Big 12: What to watch for

West Virginia is now 5-0, up to No. 12 in the AP poll and gets its next test against TCU, plus other storylines around the Big 12.

Big 12 sticking to 10 teams leaves a negative impact (2:21)

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

While it hasn't generated national headlines, one of the best recruiting battles in the Big 12 is between Kansas State and Texas Tech for Sachse (Texas) High School linebacker Riko Jeffers. The 6-foot-1, 236-pound Jeffers officially visited Kansas State in late September and then last weekend he was in Lubbock for a visit to Tech. Jeffers said after both visits he's equally torn and both K-State and Tech have their advantages. "The K-State coaches see me as a true MIKE and I would have every opportunity to play early," Jeffers said. "Tech told me the team really needs me on defense, and they said that I could come in and make an immediate impact." Jeffers does not have any other visits lined up at this point and he said he "needs to talk to his family about things."

Big 12 back where it started after months of exploring expansion (0:57)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he anticipates that quarterback Jesse Ertz will play Saturday against Texas. Ertz left in the second quarter last week against Oklahoma with an apparent shoulder injury. He did not play in the second half.

Wildcats headed west for bowl season?

Going into Week 8, both Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy project that Kansas State could likely travel to Phoenix for the Motel 6 Cactus Bowl in December. The two agreed on the Wildcats' potential opponent, as well. Bowl projections

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6dJake Trotter

Oklahoma's Perine OK; K-State QB roughed up

Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine and Kansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz both were hurt before halftime and had to leave the game in Norman.

Westbrook's big day fuels Oklahoma's win over Kansas State (0:57)
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops talks about the Sooners good offensive play in their 38-17 win over Kansas State (0:52)

Westbrook's third TD pads Sooners' lead

QB Baker Mayfield goes deep to Dede Westbrook for an 88-yard TD, Westbrook's third of the game. He now has 184 receiving yards and has led No. 19 Oklahoma to a 38-17 lead over Kansas State.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Over Oklahoma's last three games, Dede Westbrook has 574 yards receiving. His emergence has balanced out the OU offense while giving Baker Mayfield a much needed go-to guy. Sooners rolling over K-State 38-17 in the fourth quarter.

Team Stats

Passing Yards167.0112th
Rushing Yards175.762nd
Points For31.356th
Points Against21.030th

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