The Bears are two wins away from their best season ever despite the loss to OSU, with TCU and the last game in Floyd Casey against Texas left on the slate. Baylor will need to pick up, fix what went wrong, and move on in this final stretch of the regular season, especially with the normally invincible offense finally showing the effects of the injuries to Tevin Reese, Lache Seastrunk, and Glasco Martin. Luckily, the Bears are still in the top 10 in the polls, including the all-important BCS, and if Oklahoma defeats OSU in the Bedlam game, there's still a chance for a green and gold Fiesta Bowl. Though National Championship hopes are pretty much over, this is still an amazing season for Baylor, and it's not quite over yet.
Odyssey Sims was named the National Player of the Week by ESPNW, after scoring 113 points in 112 minutes across four games this weekend. Sims, the Lady Bears' senior point guard, also only needs two assists to break the school record held by Angela Tisdale (2004-2008). The Lady Bears defeated UTSA last Saturday 92-62, led by Sims' 28 points and Niya Johnson's eight assists.
No. 20/21 men's basketball will face Chaminade tonight at 8:30 p.m. in the first Hawaii round of the Maui Invitational, televised on ESPNU. The Bears are looking for their fifth 5-0 start in the last seven years, and to better their 4-10 record on Hawaiian soil.
Rachel Johnson finished 107th out of 253 runners at the NCAA National Cross Country Championships, running on a difficult, muddy, and wet course.
Oklahoma State is great at the right time, plus 5 more thoughts from Week 13 - SBNation.com
The best teams are the ones that dominate all year long. But if you can't be part of that group, it pays to be like Oklahoma State, saving your brightest play for the coldest months.
Mark's Musings: Here To Stay - Cowboys Ride For Free
Oklahoma State has proven themselves to be a Big 12 powerhouse.
This is worth reading, for sure.
Big Picture: A murky Heisman picture and a bunch of coaching scoops - CBSSports.com
With Johnny Manziel, Marcus Mariota and Bryce Petty all struggling, the Heisman race is more muddled than ever.
BCS Realpolitik: Sound and fury, signifying one step closer to Alabama-Florida State - Football Study Hall
In a perfect world, the BCS wouldn't exist, and it can't go away fast enough. Until it does, though, we live in the world we live in. So each Sunday night we examine the new numbers from a strictly practical point of view. Rooting interest: Chaos.