The 2011 Big 12 season opened with some historic changes: Nebraska and Colorado are not longer a part of the league. Nebraska departed for the Big Ten, while Colorado moved to the Pac-12. The lost of these two teams stings, especially with the recent rumors of Texas A&M's imminent departure, and possibly some other teams, too, but it has not stopped the level of play in the Big 12.
The Sooners open the season as the No. 1 team in America, and the Cowboys and Aggies are also in the top 10, with Missouri and Texas also in the top 25. In Week 1, some teams struggled with their opponents while others simply put them away with ease.
After one week of play, where do the Big 12 teams stand?