Last week saw a series of great games for the Big 12 Genie. Now, its time to whip it out again...no not that! That's always whipped out. I'm talking about my Magic 8-Ball. Here's my look into the future for week 10.
Kansas 35 Kansas State 10
It's like your two gay uncles fighting over who could down a hot dog quicker. From a Mizzou standpoint, I find myself rooting for the Mildcats, but they really shouldn't have a chance. This is the fight over the Sunflower State, and the winner should receive a trophy of rainbows and Cher posters. Reesing gets back on track after his showing against Texas Tech, when he threw the skin like Smalls did in the beginning of Sandlot.
Colorado 24 Texas A&M 7
Texas A&M is showing some promise after finally ditched perennial slow white dude, Stephen McGee. If Colorado is going to a bowl, they have to win in College Station. Oh, and they have to score a few more points than they did last week. The Buffs are a solid team and on the rise and with Darrell Scott. They should be fine. Texas A&M can't stop a fart from squeaking through. Watch for a breakout party for the Buffs.
Oklahoma State 56 Iowa State 3
Dear Mike Gundy,
Please don't hurt my team.
Texas Tech 28 Texas 24
Along with Florida/Gawwwgia, this is the game of the week. While Texas should win, for some reason, my gut full of Krystal burgers is calling for an upset. Mike Leach has the pirates on a roll, and they looked good against KU last week. Texas struggled at times against the Pokes. Plus, Will Muschamp may be Jesus' right hand man, but even he hasn't seen an offense like the Raiders'. Graham Harrell must be on, which he usually is.
Oklahoma 48 Nebraska 10
I've actually received emails from my Nebraska friends wanting to bet me that the Big Dead would roll in Norman...straight up (no spread!). I had a bigger chub than the first time I found a Playboy. I'm already planning on buying a huge Dig 'Em statue for the front of the house. The black shirts get exposed again. Sounds pretty redundant. Sam Bradford should have stats that not even Stephen Hawking can compute.
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