I was surprised to find as much about Baylor as I did this morning considering we're now 48+ hours out from the big win over Oklahoma. I suppose I shouldn't have been; people talk Baylor constantly now.
Not a lot happened that should help us in the rankings. Only one team above us lost, as had to happen when Stanford and Oregon played, and Ohio State didn't play. We'll find out very shortly where Baylor ranks in the Coaches and AP Polls.
2013 BCS Top 25 rankings projections, Week 12: Ohio State, Stanford, or Baylor? - SBNation.com
Official BCS standings for Week 12 will be here about 8:40 p.m. ET. One thing we know: the argument moving forward isn't about who's No. 2. It's about who's next in line if No. 1 or No. 2 loses.
That's probably right, don't you think?
News News News News News News:
College football bowl projections, Week 11: Alabama-FSU and all 34 other games - SBNation.com
We have a new BCS National Championship Game, and Oregon's loss to Stanford rearranges things for three other power conferences as well.
Week 11 college football final scores: Alabama pulls away from LSU, Pitt knocks off Notre Dame - SBNation.com
Alabama proved that it is in a class of its own in the SEC, while unranked Pitt and Virginia Tech pulled off upsets of top 25 opponents.
As November begins, welcome to the craziness, Baylor - NCAA Football - Sporting News
NCAA college football news, standings, trade rumors, scores, schedules and more 2012-13 coverage on Sporting News.
Poll Lookahead: Who's No. 3? Ohio State or Baylor?
This week's poll is likely to have the most changes we've seen in several weeks.
Baylor stakes claim to Big 12 supremacy, downs Oklahoma
It took almost 23 minutes for the first touchdown – and 60 seconds for a slugfest to give way to the expected. A 41-12 victory against No. 8 Oklahoma showed No. 5 Baylor deserved its lofty ranking.
Texas Longhorns' Desmond Jackson leads list for Big 12 helmet stickers - ESPN
Recognizing the best and brightest from around the Big 12 in Week 11.
What we learned in Big 12 football: Week 11 - ESPN
Here's what we learned about the Big 12 in Week 11: 1. Baylor is a legit national contender.
John Werner: Tortoise or hare offense, Bears can win - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Bears Football
Championship-caliber teams are rarely one dimensional.
And of course, giving our Ladies their due:
No. 10 WBB Cruises Past Grambling, 110-55 - Baylor Bears Official Athletic Site - BaylorBears.com
Odyssey Sims had 28 points to lead five Baylor players in double-figure scoring and the 10th-ranked Lady Bears cruised to a 110-55 season-opening victory over Grambling State on Saturday night in their first game without Brittney Griner.
TWEETS FROM LAST NIGHT:
Season Total: Bryce Petty - 2,657 yds, 66.8%, 21 TDs, 1 int, 118 rush yds, 8 TDs, 210.64 rating. (8 games)— Chris Huston (@HeismanPundit) November 10, 2013
There's not a good reason not to follow Huston in the Heisman race.
Pass efficiency is always ignored in mainstream comparisons but it's easily the most relevant stat for QBs. http://t.co/kXdbyOs0FW— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) November 10, 2013
Baylor ranked 3rd in Sagarin's updated real ranking, and 4th in Sagarin's BCS (Pure Elo) ranking: http://t.co/h07ETVy9aI— Heath Nielsen (@HeathNielsen) November 10, 2013
Teams of the week: Stanford, Auburn, Kansas State, Wisconsin, Baylor, Vanderbilt, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, Alabama.— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) November 10, 2013
Ala -24.5 (Miss St), FSU -38.5 (Syr), Ohio St-33.5 (Illinois), Baylor -27 (Tex Tech), Stanford -3 (S.Cal); the rest to follow.— Danny Sheridan (@DannySheridan1) November 10, 2013