Big 10, Big 12 and Big East Capsules Week 12
Conference Leader: Ohio State (10-2, 7-1) have clinched the Big 10 regular season title and will head to the Rose Bowl.
Game of Last Week: Northwestern 33, Wisconsin 31. An upset of the Badgers likely allows the Wildcats a chance at a New Year's Day or Eve bowl.
Game of Next Week: The Big 10 regular season is completed.
Bowl Eligible Teams: Iowa Hawkeyes, Penn State Nittany Lions, Ohio State Buckeyes. Wisconsin Badgers, Northwestern Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Conference Leaders: Nebraska (North Division; 8-3, 5-2) and Texas (South Division; 11-0, 7-0) have both clinched their respective division titles and will meet for the Big 12 Championship Game on Dec. 5.
Game of Last Week: Nebraska 17, Kansas State 3. Jockeying for the Big 12 North title all season, these two teams met to finally decide the victor.
In convincing fashion, the stingy Cornhusker defense kept the Wildcats at bay and clinched a trip to the Big 12 Title Game.
Game of Next Week: Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma. Oklahoma would love to end its season with a big upset after a disappointing '09 campaign. The Cowboys are looking to get a BCS at-large bid.
Bowl Eligible Teams: Texas Longhorns, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Iowa State Cyclones, Missouri Tigers, Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Aggies.
Conference Leader: Cincinnati (10-0, 6-0)
Lurking: Pittsburgh (9-1, 5-0)
Game of Last Week: Connecticut 33, Notre Dame 31. With limited conference action, this overtime thriller was by far the best of the weekend for the Big East, and put the Huskies closer to being bowl eligible.
Game of Next Week: Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia. The Backyard Brawl is always a good one, and a victory here for Pitt would give the Big East, which has no conference championship game, a virtual conference championship game the following week as Cincinnati and Pittsburgh would go at it for the Big East crown.
Bowl Eligible Teams: Cincinnati Bearcats, West Virginia Mountaineers, Pittsburgh Panthers, South Florida Bulls, Rutgers Scarlet Knights
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