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Watch: OSU has edge over TCU

BPI favors host Oklahoma State in the Cowboys' matchup against TCU on Monday, despite OSU's 1-6 record in its past seven games. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Lunardi gives Baylor a top spot

Joe Lunardi bumps Baylor up to the No. 1 seed in the West after strong performances last week, including a win at home against Texas and a road win at TCU. Bracketology

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Mavs drop two spots in Power Rankings

Dallas comes in at No. 25 this week. Seth Curry has been a solid addition for the Mavericks. The team is 4-2 since he moved into the starting lineup and he's shot 56 percent from 3 since then. Week 14 Power Rankings

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was named as a replacement for Julio Jones for the Pro Bowl, bringing the total of Cowboys players in the all-star game to seven. Bryant, who missed three games because of injury, finished the year with 50 catches for 796 yards and eight touchdowns.

Baylor jumps one spot to No. 5

Johnathan Motley had 32 points and 20 rebounds in a win over Texas, the first 30-20 performance in the Big 12 since Blake Griffin had one in 2009, notes Jeff Goodman. Power Rankings

Mavs win big, despite tough season

The Mavericks handed the Lakers their largest defeat in franchise history. The 49-point win was the largest by a team 15 games under .500 since 1992, when Charlotte (9-36) led by Dell Curry beat the 76ers by 52 points, notes the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Help is on the way: Baylor Bears

We break down where Big 12 teams have the biggest positional need on their rosters and how they are addressing that need in recruiting.

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Mavericks hand Lakers worst loss in franchise history (0:55)
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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton said he isn't concerned about the Lakers' culture after the most lopsided loss in franchise history: "It's just a bad game, one you take the pain, use it to motivate you and move on."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Wesley Matthews, who sat out the second half due to a right hip strain, expects to play Wednesday against the Knicks.