Big 12 Football: Friday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 17, 2010

ST. LOUIS - SEPTEMBER 4: Blaine Gabbert #11 of the University of Missouri Tigers looks to pass against the University of Illinois Fighting Illini during the State Farm Arch Rivalry game on September 4, 2010 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. The Tigers defeated the Fighting Illini 23-13.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
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Get ready for a meeting between the active winningest quarterback in college football and the most exciting quarterback in college football, Baylor’s Robert Griffin.

Will Hawaii tear up Colorado’s defense like it did USC’s earlier in the year?

Both Iowa State and Kansas State are converting the Big 12 to a run-first conference, something we have not seen in years.

One Kansas City Star writer feels Kansas’ defense has transformed after its upset of Georgia Tech last weekend.

Both Missouri and San Diego State throw the football a lot. If you love the passing game, you will want to check this game out.

Even though Washington is not that powerful of a team, Nebraska will be facing a tough challenge in the Huskies being so far from home, in a hostile environment, and facing one of the toughest quarterbacks in the nation in Jake Locker...oh, and their starting quarterback Taylor Martinez has yet to start a road game.

The coaching staff at Oklahoma knows that Air Force poses a serious challenge.

Here is what Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden had to say about his injured thumb: “Hurt thumb, no thumb, whatever, it doesn't matter. I don't care if I don't have a thumb. You've got to take the snaps.”

Texas has “all grow[n] up” since its last meeting with Texas Tech in Lubbock.

See which position Texas A&M has the most players representing in the NFL.

Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville on his team beating Texas: “Do this and your fans have the opportunity to be able to strut a little bit.”