Big 12 Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 4, 2010

Robert Griffin’s offensive play for Baylor this past Saturday—in the Bears’ biggest conference win everhighlights the powerful play of the Big 12 this past Saturday.

Colorado upset? defeated Georgia this past Saturday at home.

Iowa State is halfway to another bowl game. If the Cyclones reach a bowl this year, it would be the first time reaching consecutive bowls since 2006-2007.

What did Kansas head coach Turner Gill say he would do following the Jayhawks’ 55-7 loss to Baylor?

Kansas State is officially ranked above Texas in the AP Top 25 poll.

Nebraska freshman quarterback Taylor Martinez knows that impatience is his enemy.

Either Landry Jones is not receiving praise because Texas’ defense is not that good, or the Oklahoma quarterback is sneaking his way to Heisman talk.

Oklahoma State should start the season at 5-0 as the Cowboys travel to Louisiana-Lafayette this Saturday.

For the first time since October 15th, 2000, Texas is not ranked in the AP Top 25 poll. (Joke of the Day: When does the Mack Brown-hot seat talk start?)

Check out where Texas Tech ranks amongst Big 12 teams according to one ESPN.com Big 12 blogger.

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