Predictions: Big 12 Week 7

October, 13, 2011
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I failed to record a perfect week of picks all last season. This season, I've already had two, thanks to a 5-0 record last week. I also went 10-0 in Week 3.

Needless to say, I'm pretty excited about this development. I'll be in College Station, Texas, for a third time this season to see the Aggies and Bears tangle in the Litigation Bowl.

On to the picks!

Last week: 5-0 (1.000)

Overall: 31-9 (.775)

No. 21 Texas A&M 41, No. 20 Baylor 38: This is my Pick of the Week. I'll have a video later Thursday explaining it.

Missouri 37, Iowa State 27: Missouri gets back over the hump and back into the win column for the first time in a month against an Iowa State defense that has struggled with dynamic offenses. James Franklin outdoes Steele Jantz in a dual-threat battle, and the Tigers earn a much-needed win.

No. 6 Oklahoma State 41, Texas 27: Simply put, Texas doesn't have enough offense to hang and Oklahoma State is going to throw a ton of points on the board against everybody. Brandon Weeden tops 400 yards through the air.

No. 17 Kansas State 30, Texas Tech 27: I'm a believer in the K-State defense, and without Eric Stephens, Texas Tech will look lost a bit. The Wildcats will take advantage, and Bill Snyder's run and one of his best coaching jobs continues.

No. 3 Oklahoma 59, Kansas 17: Ugh. Turner Gill might turn it around at some point, but his Jayhawks won't be taking any steps forward this weekend. Oklahoma is not done scoring defensive touchdowns.

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