Today's links topper comes courtesy of Joe in Brooklyn, NY: Dearest Ubben, Please remove Nebraska from the number 1 position in your latest power ranking. I've noticed a terrifying trend, the number 1 team loses. It's happened every week since week six. Nebraska, Missouri, and Oklahoma (twice) have all fallen victim to your "well-intentioned" rankings. I suggest that you move Nebraska to number 2 and have a seven way tie for first in the Big 12 between Oregon, Auburn, TCU, BSU, LSU, Stanford, and Wisconsin.
Sports Illustrated's Joe Posnanski weighs in on the meaning of the football miracle he suspects nobody noticed, Kansas' win against Colorado.
If you missed it, here's Ndamukong Suh's extra point attempt from Sunday. Yes, you read that right.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune tries to find Missouri's missing passing game.
Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle sorts out the good, bad and interesting from Saturday's win for Kansas State against Texas.
The results haven't been there, but Bob Stoops hasn't lost his "mojo" and should stick to his guns, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
There's still a lot at stake for Iowa State, writes Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.
However, a fan on the field after the game has defensive end Rashawn Parker displeased.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III got rattled on Saturday.
Both sides of the ball finally clicked for Texas Tech.
Is the Wrecking Crew back after last week's win for Texas A&M?
Nebraska fans can expect a wide range of emotions on Saturday, writes Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star.
Texas is trying to explain yet another awful loss, writes Alan Trubow of the Austin American-Statesman.
Bad news for the Big 12 South: More weapons are emerging on Oklahoma State's offense, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Kansas coach Turner Gill is a proud, proud man after Saturday's win, writes Tully Corcoran of the Topeka Capital-Journal.