Big 12 Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 23, 2010

Baylor will be heading to Houston to play Rice this weekend.

It is safe to say that Colorado athletes are excited about the move to the Pac-10.

One Iowa State offensive lineman is concerned with the number of penalties that the Cyclones have surrendered thus far on the year.

If Kansas wants to progress as a team, they know where to start—the offensive line.

Kansas State’s starting center Wade Weibert prefers that he “fly under the radar.”

Due to the passing game prevailing for Missouri, Tiger running backs will need to battle to shine.

Redshirt freshman quarterback Taylor Martinez is playing perfectly well for Nebraska right now. Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pelini does not want to decrease the workload of his starting quarterback. (I have a feeling it won’t be too long before fans who dislike the ‘Huskers and all analysts start to mention that Martinez has no future in the NFL, a la Eric Crouch.)

No. 8 Oklahoma is one of three Big 12 teams on the precipice of the top 5, waiting for a mistake to be made.

Oklahoma State’s Chris Donaldson has transitioned extremely well since transferring from junior college.

What’s got Texas fans all hot and bothered, calling for the head of their offensive coordinator Mac McWhorter?

What exactly has Texas A&M’s Christine Michael done so far this year?

Tommy Tuberville and Texas Tech are excited about their new jumbo video screen.