World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Ranked Big 12 Teams Top Week 10

David HedlindAnalyst IIOctober 27, 2008


Buffalo at Ohio

Tuesday games have become pretty common. The only thing of note here is that if Ohio loses, they have no chance at bowl eligibility.


Houston at Marshall

Houston is actually at 3-0 in the conference, right behind the more publicized Tulsa. If Houston can keep it up, circle Nov. 15 when Tulsa visits Houston. Marshall is still playing to get to a bowl.



USF at Cincinnati

USF is ranked, yet they are in seventh out of eight in the Big East. Cincinnati only has one place on them in the standings.



West Virginia at Connecticut

UConn is the ranked team, not West Virginia. The two currently sit at one and two in the Big East.


Central Michigan at Indiana

Central Michigan is still one of the top teams of the MAC, and Indiana is a struggling team in the Big Ten. This could be a big win for Central Michigan.


Northwestern at Minnesota

Two of the surprise teams in the Big Ten this season meet. Minnesota finds itself at 7-1, while Northwestern is 6-2.


Air Force at Army

Game two in the Commander-in-Chief Trophy games. After this, all that’s left is Army-Navy.


Kansas State at Kansas

Do they play for some sort of trophy in this? I really don’t know.


Tulsa at Arkansas

Tulsa needs the win to add a little credibility to their resume for a BCS bid. At 3-5, Arkansas just needs a win.

Pitt at Notre Dame

Well, they are both 5-2, but I just don’t know that this will be all that great a game.


Oregon at Cal

Oregon is in a tie for first with USC (although USC holds the tiebreaker), and Cal is just one game behind them. It is likely the winner could end up in the two-spot in the conference with the outside chance at one should USC slip up again.


Florida State at Georgia Tech

Florida State is now the highest-ranked ACC team, and Georgia Tech is trying to recover from a surprising loss to Virginia. There is a chance we see this again in the ACC title game.


Florida vs. Georgia

Cocktail party time. SEC East, SEC title, and National title implications are once again on the line in one of the biggest rivalries in the game.


North Texas at Western Kentucky

This could be North Texas’ only shot at a win.


Washington at USC

Willingham has now resigned effective at the end of the season. How are the UW players going to play against USC now?


Boise State at New Mexico State

Boise State’s next step on the way to a perfect season.


Texas at Texas Tech

Oh, two top 10 teams from the Big 12 are playing this week? Huh, haven't seen that all season long. Oh yeah, about the game—lots of offense.



East Carolina at UCF

Another Sunday night game in Conference USA. East Carolina may have lost the headlines after a fast start, but they are still the leader in the CUSA East.