Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Big 12 by the numbers: Week 13
By David Ubben
Here are the numbers that will tell the story of Week 13 in the Big 12.
32.5: Average margin of victory for Oklahoma over Oklahoma State in Norman in its last four Bedlams.
7: Big 12 teams that are bowl eligible.
2: Big 12 teams playing for bowl eligibility on Saturday, with another chance next week.
1: Big 12 team that's allowed fewer than 11 rushing touchdowns. (TCU, with eight)
3.12: TCU opponents' yards per carry, the best mark in the Big 12 and 12th nationally.
8: Turnovers for Texas this season, surpassing Kansas State (nine) for the fewest in the Big 12 after the Wildcats had three last week.
52.86: Third-down conversion percentage for Texas, the best in the Big 12.
28.17: Defensive third-down conversion percentage for TCU, the best in the Big 12.
75: Fourth-down conversion percentage for Baylor (18-of-24), the best in the Big 12.
31.58: Defensive fourth-down conversion percentage for Baylor (6-of-19), the best in the Big 12.
28: Passing touchdowns surrendered by West Virginia in conference play, six more than any Big 12 team.
5: Interceptions by West Virginia's defense in conference play, the fewest in the Big 12.
231.9: Tavon Austin's average all-purpose yardage per game, second-most nationally.