Big 12 Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2010

DALLAS - OCTOBER 17:  Wide receiver Marquise Goodwin #84 of the Texas Longhorns runs for a touchdown against Quinton Carter #20 of the Oklahoma Sooners at Cotton Bowl on October 17, 2009 in Dallas, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Baylor had not allowed a touchdown until it was blown out by TCU this past weekend.

Colorado will be moving to the Pac-10 next year and will have to forfeit over $6 million to the Big 12.

One running back for Iowa State has been extremely dedicated for the Cyclones, and it is finally paying off.

Kansas’ players are required by head coach Turner Gill to turn in their cell phones the day prior to a game.

The Wildcats of Kansas State could really use the addition of safety Emmanuel Lamur.

You have a broken bone in your leg? You can sit this Saturday.

Since it is leaving the Big 12 this July, Nebraska will have to pay $9.25 million.

Oklahoma’s Quinton Carter has been recognized for his volunteer work.

With its 722-yard offensive performance against Tulsa, Oklahoma State leads the nation in passing yards and is second in total yards.

With just 11 FBS players selected, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team sports one Longhorn.

Texas A&M quarterback Jerrod Johnson speaks on the four straight interceptions he threw against Florida International last Saturday during the third quarter.

Texas Tech’s Cornelius Douglas has a possible future as a two-way player.