- David Ubben, College Football
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Here are the numbers that will tell the story of the Big 12's final weekend of games.
6: Wins in a row over Baylor for Oklahoma State.
0: Big 12 bowl tie-ins vs. non-AQ teams, the only conference that can make that claim.
1: Big 12 team giving up fewer than 5 yards per play. It's TCU.
43: Fewer yards per game given up by TCU's defense than any Big 12 team.
2: Punt returns for touchdown for Oklahoma this year, the only Big 12 team with that distinction. No Big 12 team has done that since 2010.
70.91: Red zone touchdown percentage for Texas, the highest in the Big 12.
42.42: Red zone touchdown percentage given up by TCU, the lowest in the Big 12.
6: Field goals made by Baylor opponents, the fifth-fewest in FBS.
2007: The last year Texas finished lower than first in the Big 12 in total defense. The Longhorns finished fourth.
5: Big 12 teams ahead of Texas in total defense in 2012.
29: Runs longer than 10 yards given up by TCU.
46: Runs longer than 10 yards given up by West Virginia, the second-fewest in the Big 12.
75: Runs longer than 10 yards for Kansas, third-most in the Big 12, and just one behind the second-place team.
76: Runs longer than 10 yards for Kansas State, the second-most in the Big 12.
82: Runs longer than 10 yards given up by Texas, the most in the Big 12.
11.8: Points per game by Oklahoma State kicker Quinn Sharp, the Big 12 leader. Only three kickers are in the top seven of the Big 12.
Here are the numbers that will tell the story of the Big 12's final weekend of games.6: Wins in a row over Baylor for Oklahoma State.0: Big 12 bowl tie-ins vs.