Big 12 Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 29, 2010

TEMPE, AZ - DECEMBER 31:  Quarterback Austen Arnaud #4 of the Iowa State Cyclones scrambles with the ball past Lee Campbell #30 of the Minnesota Golden Gophers during the Insight Bowl at Arizona Stadium on December 31, 2009 in Tempe, Arizona. The Cyclones defeated the Golden Gophers 14-13. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Baylor needs more from its offense than just Robert Griffin. The season high in a game by a player is just 79 rushing yards.

The main focus for Colorado right now is consistency.

After being pulled in last weekend’s game against Northern Iowa, Iowa State quarterback Austen Arnaud is expected to start this weekend for the Cyclones against Texas Tech.

The quarterback situation at Kansas is literally a merry-go-round, just without the merry/joyous/cheery atmosphere.

There are 25 undefeated teams in the nation. They have been broken down to four categories. Which category is Kansas State in, and why?

Jasper Simmons is the latest Missouri player to be suspended indefinitely. The Tigers have had a lot of legal issues as of late.

Junior college was truly a blessing for one Nebraska wide receiver/specialist.

Oklahoma Student-Athlete Spotlight: Quinton Carter.

Brandon Weeden is Oklahoma State’s version of Boston College’s Dave Shinskie. Watch this video to find out more about the 26-year-old.

The Big 12 has notoriously been known as the “Passing Conference” for the better part of the past decade. In the rivalry between the conference’s two best teams, the squad that has a better run game has prevailed.

Here is a comparison between Texas A&M and Oklahoma State during this decade.

Texas Tech and Tommy Tuberville could care less who Iowa State plays at quarterback this weekend.