The Longhorns had some big-time prospects see their win over Oklahoma; the Red Raiders got a pledge from Jack Anderson, the No. 1 OL in Texas in 2017.
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Ryan Willis made his first career start Saturday against Baylor and his performance earned him more than a few new fans.
Each Saturday, some players are overshadowed by teammates, putting in a critical performance while others end up getting the headlines.
The Big 12 Power Rankings after Week 6.
No. 3 Baylor breezed through its 66-7 road win over winless Kansas in a game that got out of hand as quickly as expected.
Seth Russell tossed three touchdown passes, Shock Linwood ran for 135 yards and a score, and third-ranked Baylor romped to a 66-7 victory over woebegone Kansas on Saturday.
Baylor 'Shock-ing' Kansas
Baylor RB Shock Linwood got great extension on this goal line score to give the Bears a 31-7 lead over Kansas just minutes into the 2nd quarter. Linwood has moved into 2nd place on the school's all-time rush yards list.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
Upset alert in Lawrence? Kansas, a 46-point underdog, had tied it up 7-7 with No. 3 Baylor on Steven Sims' 36-yard touchdown catch. Good to see David Beaty's Jayhawks aren't giving up early.
Week 6 will feature Fall weather and wet, humid conditions for games at Clemson and FSU. Cal-Utah will feature a cool breezy night in Salt Lake City.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
No. 3 Baylor is still a 45-point favorite, making Kansas the biggest home underdog in history of Big 12 conference play. The Bears have been on the other end of that line before.
Kinner could give a high return
There isn't much good about Kansas, but if you're searching for a bargain pick for your daily fantasy lineup, Ke'aun Kinner may be your man. But why? Find out here (Insider)
This week's Twitter mailbag includes Charlie Strong's job security and what would happen if TCU, Baylor and Oklahoma all finished 11-1.
Baylor probably could score 100 points against Kansas. Will it? Not if Art Briles follows his usual form.
The Week 6 viewers' guide in the Big 12 focuses on the Red River Showdown between Oklahoma and Texas, but there are a few other intriguing matchups.
Who's your best bet?
Baylor travels to Lawrence this weekend to take on Kansas. The Jayhawks are 44-point home underdogs in Vegas. Who is Phil Steele backing? Week 6 best bets (Insider)
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
In surrendering more than 40 points a game right now, it's not unthinkable that Kansas could challenge Louisiana-Lafayette’s 1997 defense for the ignominious FBS season record of 50.3 points allowed per game. Especially given the Jayhawks' remaining schedule includes the nation's top three scoring teams, including Baylor this weekend.
Kansas vs Texas Tech Red Raiders
Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, KS) - Sat 10/17