Saturday, November 1, 2008

Around the Big 12

Baylor nearly topples Missouri - The Tigers kicked a FG with about 3 minutes left and Robert Griffin threw his first pick of the gmae shortly thereafter, and the Tigers spoiled the Baylor homecoming, 31-28. Baylor's not winning these games yet, but they are competitive this year, and that's a huge step in the right direction. This was not a fluke, Missouir edged Baylor 29-26 on first downs and outgained them 490-438. The Bears controlled time of possession, running 83 plays and consuming 33:16 of clock.

Boone State rolls over Iowa State - Okie State rolled up 682 yards against the Cyclones. Zac Robinson was 18-27 or 395 yards and 5 TDs. The Pokes average 10.5 yards per play for the game.

Kansas throttles Kansas State - Jake Sharp ran for 182 yards, and Josh Freeman threw 3 picks, and the Jayhawks won, 52-21.

Cash Machine U beats Colorado, 24-17 - The Aggies exploded for 21 points in the third quarter, and Jerrod Johnson threw for 3 TDs. The Buffaloes were hampered by 3 turnovers, as they led most other statistical measures. Except for that pesky scoreboard thing.

More on the TT - UT game shortly.

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