Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Tough choices this week.
Baylor QB Robert Griffin: Ran for a school-record 217 yards rushing on only 11 carries and passed for 129 yards to lead the Bears' 45-17 victory over Washington State. Griffin's average of 19.7 yards per carry was a Big 12 single game record and included runs of 57, 58 and 58 yards. He also had passes of 27 and 61 yards.
The entire Missouri offense: Hard to break this one up, considering the Tigers scored on their first 10 possessions en route to a 69-17 victory over Nevada. The Tigers piled up 651 yards, averaging 10 yards per snap to amass the most points ever scored in school history.
Oklahoma's State offensive line: Helped the Cowboys pile up 450 yards on 56 carries -- an average of 8.0 yards per carry -- to help spark the Cowboys' 57-13 victory over Missouri State. The holes helped three OSU backs gain at least 130 yards each -- Keith Toston (148 yards), Beau Johnson (138 yards) and Kendall Hunter (132 yards).