Time for a few fun facts via various sports information departments around the Big 12 and ESPN Stats & Information.
Oklahoma in 2000 is the only team in BCS history to appear in the national championship game without a previous BCS appearance. Oklahoma State is in position to become the second.
Four Big 12 teams are bowl-eligible; four more are on the cusp with five wins. Missouri has four wins.
Kansas State has given up 1,095 passing yards and 110 points the last two weeks, both losses.
In its last two games, Texas has outrushed opponents by a combined yardage of 880-28.
Baylor's 697 yards of offense last week against Missouri was the most in school history.
In that game, quarterback Robert Griffin III broke his own record with 470 yards of offense. The record was set the previous week against Oklahoma State, with 452.
Oklahoma State is 1-9 in its past 10 trips to Lubbock.
Missouri's only victory over Texas since 1920 was in 1997, when Texas went 4-7 under John Mackovic.
Missouri running back Henry Josey has at least 129 yards in four consecutive games.
Josey's 13 runs of 20 yards or longer is the most among FBS running backs.
Texas first met Missouri back in 1894. That's also the first time Texas played Texas A&M.
Kansas State has four non-offensive touchdowns in four weeks.
Iowa State quarterback Jared Barnett is 2-0 as starter.
Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon has 10 touchdown catches in the red zone, the most of any receiver.
Oklahoma State is tied with LSU for No. 1 in the BCS computer rankings. Stanford is No. 8, according to the computers.
Oklahoma's crowd of 85,709 last week against Texas A&M was a school record.
Baylor receiver Kendall Wright has at least seven catches in nine consecutive games. With 29 more yards, he'll be the first 1,000-yard receiver in school history.
Ryan Broyles' 4,586 receiving yards is second-most in NCAA history.
Missouri has been outscored 43-0 in the third quarter of each of its four losses.
Last week's loss to Oklahoma was Texas A&M's first road defeat of the season.
Iowa State has at least 250 yards rushing in consecutive games for the first time since 2000.
Kansas lost to Iowa State 13-10 last week, but the 13 points were the fewest allowed by a Kansas defense since 2007.
The Jayhawks shut out ISU in the third quarter, the first time this season Kansas hasn't allowed any points in the third quarter.
Last week's 95 receiving yards were a career high for Texas Tech's Adam James.
Baylor is second nationally with more than 577 yards of offense per game. Kansas, its opponent Saturday, is last nationally, giving up more than 541.
Oklahoma State has nine wins in four consecutive seasons for the first time in school history.