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Big 12 Football Week Four Recap | The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Going into college football’s fourth weekend of the season the Big 12 Conference had two undefeated teams remaining. While the conference also left the weekend with two undefeated teams, it’s becoming more and more clear that there isn’t a playoff caliber team in this league right now. 499 more words

Oklahoma Sooners

Poll numbers confirm a nightmarish start for the Big 12

There was a never-before-seen oddity in today’s AP poll, though you are forgiven if it slipped by you unnoticed.

Just three Big 12 teams dotted the poll: No. 314 more words

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Stanford summary: Cardinal beat Kansas State, 26-13, in the 2016 season opener

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Sept. 17, 2016

I enjoyed watching Stanford football’s season opener against Kansas State 15 days ago, on Sept. 2, but I got sidetracked by mumblety-stuff and so haven’t gotten around to blogging about the game until now, minutes until USC and Stanford kick off on the Farm in a nationally televised primetime Pac-12 conference game. 486 more words

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Friday Locks | Can The Cowboys Bounce Back?

Zack: Last Week 1-2, Season 3-3

Matt: Last Week 2-1, Season 2-4

Donnie: Last Week 0-3, Season 1-5,

Craig: Last Week  1-2, Season 1-5… 419 more words

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Big 12 Week One Recap | The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

If you would have told me that Texas would be carrying the conference banner after college football’s opening weekend came to a close then I would have told you that you were crazy. 392 more words

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Christian McCaffrey Scores 2 Touchdowns In Stanford's Win

No. 8 Stanford picked up its first win of the season, defeating Kansas State 26-13 on Friday night. The Cardinal got a big game from perennial Heisman Trophy contender Christian McCaffrey. 73 more words

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Stanford beats Kansas State behind Christian McCaffrey, stingy defense

Christian McCaffrey’s second Heisman campaign is off to a much better start than his first. Especially on the final scoreboard.

The tailback racked up 210 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns as Stanford held off Kansas State 26-13 in the season opener for both teams. 369 more words

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