College Football 2012 Schedule: Big 12 title on the line for Oklahoma and Kansas State

Brett Deering

No. 6 Kansas State clinches the Big 12 title with a win over No. 18 Texas, while the Sooners stay in the hunt and play Baylor.

As the Big 12 teams jockey for postseason berths, two teams will attempt to win the conference outright. Kansas State can lock up the title with a win against Texas, while Oklahoma plays TCU to try to nab the crown if the Wildcats lose.

Texas could pad their resume against former No. 1 Kansas State, whose lone loss to Baylor knocked them out of the national title picture. The Longhorns may need a win to hold off the Oklahoma State Cowboys for third in the conference as the Cowboys themselves face Baylor on Saturday.

Further down in the standings, the Kansas Jayhawks look for their first Big 12 win of the season against West Virginia. Geno Smith and the Mountaineers are bowl-eligible regardless, having beaten Iowa State last weekend.

Week 14 college football schedule:

Saturday, December 1

No. 11 Oklahoma at TCU; Noon ET, ESPN

No. 23 Oklahoma State at Baylor; Noon ET, FX

No. 18 Texas at No. 6 Kansas State; 8 p.m. ET, ABC

Kansas at West Virginia; 2:30 p.m. ET

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