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Around the Big 12: Oklahoma State Survives Scare in League’s Only Game

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Let’s take a look at the Big 12’s other teams to see how the conference fared in this week’s slate of games:

No. 3 Oklahoma (1-0)

The Sooners were off this weekend, they will open Big 12 play at home Saturday against Kansas State.

No. 8 Texas (1-0)

The Longhorns were also off, they will open conference play Saturday at Texas Tech.

No. 15 Oklahoma State (1-0)

The Cowboys came out flat against Tulsa before eventually winning 16-7. Starting quarterback Spencer Sanders left the game with an ankle injury and true freshman Shane Illingworth was forced into action to secure the win. Chuba Hubbard ran for 93 yards on 27 carries. Tylan Wallace had four receptions for 94 yards.

Baylor (0-0)

For not playing a game, the Bears had an eventful week. After canceling week one’s game against Louisiana Tech, Baylor was able to schedule a last-minute game against Houston for Saturday. On Friday it was announced that game too would be canceled. So now Baylor’s first game of the season will be this week against Kansas. Baylor is just ahead of WVU this week as the first team listed among those also receiving votes.

TCU (0-0)

TCU has also yet to play this season. Their week one game against SMU was canceled two weeks ago. The Horned Frogs will open the season vs. Iowa State Saturday. TCU received 30 votes in the AP Poll.

Texas Tech (1-0)

TTU was off this week. The Red Raiders will host Texas Saturday. Tech also received votes in this week’s AP Top 25.

Iowa State (0-1)

Off. Will play TCU Saturday.

Kansas State (0-1)

Off. Will play Oklahoma Saturday.

Kansas (0-1)

Off. Will play Baylor Saturday.

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Cody spent the last two years getting his master's degree in journalism from WVU. He graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2018 with a degree in digital media production. He was born and raised in Mercer, Pennsylvania.

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