- David Ubben, College Football
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Get it together, Rick.
Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle looks back on the good, bad and more in his weekly Sunday rewind from K-State's win on Saturday.
Matt Hayes of The Sporting News says Tommy Tuberville should be suspended or fired for his sideline incident with a graduate assistant on Saturday. Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal says it wasn't his finest hour, and the tirade could have waited.
Surprising news that didn't get much attention on Saturday: Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh was cleared to play, despite earlier indications from OSU this season that his year was done.
Another overlooked, intriguing note: Kansas trimmed its travel roster from 70 players to just 54 for Saturday's game at Texas Tech.
West Virginia's hole just keeps getting deeper, writes Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian.
The Mountaineers' game vs. Oklahoma doesn't have the intrigue it once did, but there's still a lot on the line for both teams, writes Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman.
Geno Smith talks with Dave Hickman of the Charleston Gazette about the anger he feels at the four-game losing streak. Stedman Bailey looks back and healthy, though, so can't be angry at that.
Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World writes about KU's potent 1-2 punch at running back.
Clint Chelf didn't pout. He got ready. Now, his work is paying off, writes Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman.
Missed scoring chances are leading to plenty of frustration for Iowa State, writes Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register.
TCU coach Gary Patterson explained his decision to kick a late field goal to crack the K-State shutout, and says the Frogs need better play at QB, writes Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Patterson's open to more injury information in the Big 12.
Landry Jones is now fourth all time in NCAA history for passing yardage. The Sooners were hot after a poor defensive effort against Baylor, though.
The lede on this story is pretty hilarious. Charlie Weis and KU on social media in a national AP story.
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