For as wet and wild as the rest of college football looked in week four, the Big 12 North looked relatively dry.
I love-hate to say this, but outside of Colorado, the North has been, surprisingly, rather unsurprising in general this season.
However, I can promise that from here on out, everything topside of the Kansas Oklahoma border is going to return to its unexpected norm. The geographical upper half of the hectic conference we have come to know and love won't let us down.
Conference play is, for the most part, here for the long haul, and this year could be the tightest of any in the history of the North.
But I'll try not to get too far ahead of myself. For now, lets just have a look at the upcoming week.
Last week I picked five out of five correctly (a shout-out to Ryan Faller and Josh Klein for doing so as well), bringing my total over two weeks to eleven for eleven.
However, once again the picks last week weren't particularly difficult to make, and once again I failed dismally in the 'point-margins' column.
We'll just see how much changes in the second month of the season.