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Oregon: vs. No. 14 Stanford, at No. 11 Oregon State, Pac-12 Championship Game
K-State: at Baylor, vs. No. 17 Texas
As we learned when Alabama fell to Texas A&M and Wonder Boy Johnny Manziel, anybody can lose.
That said, these two teams are going to be Nos. 1 and 2 in all the polls this week, and while both have tough challenges ahead of them, it's difficult to see them losing at all the rest of the way.
Oregon continues to steamroll every opponent they face, Kenjon Barner is making a push for the Heisman Trophy, and nobody has been able to slow down the Ducks yet this season.
The road to the title game is still littered with ranked teams for the Ducks, with Stanford, Oregon State and then the Pac-12 South division champ waiting to take them on.
It's a difficult road, but Oregon's offenses has yet to be slowed, much less stopped, and barring Johnny Manziel suiting up for one of those teams, the Ducks will win every game for the remainder of the year.
K-State's road is a bit easier.
Baylor can put up points, but has struggled to stop anyone on defense and has lost five games already in the conference.
The Wildcats wrap up the season against Texas, which presents some unique challenges, but the Wildcats are clearly the better team.
With no conference title game in the Big 12, should Collin Klein lead the Wildcats to an undefeated season, they will finish in the top two of the BCS rankings and be assured of a spot in the BCS championship.