Big 12 Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 30, 2010

DENVER - SEPTEMBER 04:  Head coach Dan Hawkins of the Colorado Buffaloes leads his team against the Colorado State Rams in the Rocky Mountain Showdown at INVESCO Field at Mile High on September 4, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. Colorado was awarded the Centenial Trophy after they defeated Colorado State 24-3.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Baylor head coach Art Briles: “I know how we want to be viewed and how we need to be viewed, and that's as a fast, physical, aggressive, tough football team.”

Battle of the hot seats! Grab your thermometers because Colorado’s Dan Hawkins and Georgia’s Mark Richt square off this weekend.

Iowa State head coach Paul Rhoads on Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville: "There's nobody that's more relaxed or cooler than he is. There's a chance he's out hunting right now as opposed to worrying about the Iowa State Cyclones."

One of Kansas’ Turner Gill’s team rules is “no women after 10 PM.”

Here is your last chance to know all about Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas.

Missouri has struggled with penalties and offensive consistency.

Check out how Nebraska’s offense compares to years past.

If you have not heard of Oklahoma’s Jaz Reynolds’ tweets, you can read about the story HERE or HERE.

Mike Gundy believes he has more flexibility throwing the football at Oklahoma State now than he did the past four years...years that saw Zac Robinson at quarterback.

The blame for Texas’ frustrating offense cannot solely be put on a sophomore quarterback’s shoulders.

The Aggies of Texas A&M will be playing for something other than a 5-0 record this weekend when they take on Oklahoma State.

Thankfully, I am not the only one who believes Texas Tech could fall to Iowa State this weekend. (For the record, I am only taking the Cyclones on the spread. The Red Raiders win this game.)