After being in a wedding on Saturday, I’m finally caught up on the games.
Here’s our list:
1) Oklahoma- They have the best non-conference win in the country. But there’s not much separation between No. 1 and No. 2 on the list.
2) TCU- They have the best win in the country. I’m still worried enough about Kenny Hill to keep them behind Oklahoma.
3) Oklahoma State- The Cowboys looked dominant in non-conference. They’ll now have to run the table and maybe get some help to make the playoff.
4) Texas Tech- The Red Raiders are once again phenomenal on offense. If the defense keeps this up, they could vault even higher.
5) West Virginia- The Mountaineers gave up way too many yards to Kansas, but Will Grier looks good.
6) Kansas State- The Wildcats could still win 9 or 10 games. But a week after losing in Nashville, Vanderbilt’s 59-0 loss to Alabama should have everyone in Manhattan worried.
7) Texas- The Longhorns played USC close and have a talented roster. The 2019 team should be good. The 2017 team still looks like it’s not.
8) Iowa State- The Cyclones will beat at least one team above them on this list. But the rebuild is still a year or two away.
9) Baylor- This team looked 100 times better against Oklahoma than it had the previous three weeks. The Bears are not going 0-12.
10) Kansas- The Jayhawks are by far the worst team in the Big 12. David Beaty could be coaching for his job when the Bears roll into Lawrence on November 4th.