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For Baylor to have a shot, Griffin will have to play the game of his life—but he won't. Even with the Dec. 3 showdown against Oklahoma State looming, the Sooners will be focused on Saturday and win big.
• NO. 16 KANSAS STATE AT TEXAS
What we've learned about the Wildcats
They may be the best fourth-quarter team in the nation. Collin Klein (left) threw for a career-high 281 yards as K-State overcame a 10-point deficit to beat Texas A&M 53--50 in quadruple overtime.
What we've learned about the Longhorns
An injury-ravaged offense without its top three backs rushed for just 76 yards in a 17--5 loss at Missouri. Freshman QB David Ash isn't good enough yet to make teams pay for loading up against the run.
What it will mean on Saturday
The Wildcats won't need any fourth-quarter magic. K-State messes with Texas, but the game will be close if Longhorns freshman running backs Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron are cleared to play.
• SMU AT NO. 11 HOUSTON
What we've learned about the Mustangs