No. 15 Oklahoma State at Texas A&M
When: 11:30 a.m.
Records: OSU 3-1, 0-0 Big 12; A&M 3-1, 0-0
The line: OSU by 6
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Radio/TV: FSN, Ch. 34
Storyline: Now these are the Aggies we were expecting. In the second quarter of last week's loss to Arkansas at Jerryworld, A&M grabbed a Hogs interception and fumble... and STILL gave up 23 points in the quarter. Bill Young's OSU defense will try not to revert back to its Houston performance, trying to stop Jerrod Johnson's fourth straight 300-yard passing game.
Baylor at No. 19 Oklahoma
When: 2:30 p.m.
Records: BU 3-1, 0-0; OU 2-2, 0-0
The line: OU by 26
Radio/TV: KSGL, 900-AM; KAKE, Ch. 10
Storyline: Would you believe this is the third time in five years that the Sooners have at least two losses through five games? Even with Sam Bradford back at QB today, a national championship is out of the picture. Meanwhile, Baylor is 0-18 against OU, but don't be surprised if this is close for a while.
Colorado at No. 2 Texas
When: 6:15 p.m.
Records: CU 1-3, 0-0; UT 4-0, 1-0
The line: UT by 32 1/2
Radio/TV: ESPN, Ch. 32
Storyline: Do we really know how good Texas is yet? Sure, the Horns are good, No. 2-ranked teams usually are. But how good? Scary, they're-gonna-beat-OU-by-40 good? Or merely the best the Big 12 has to offer? UT was outgained by Texas Tech in its only close game. Colorado won't offer much resistence tonight as Texas prepares for the Red River Shootout.