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TIGER KICKOFF: Big 12 games on TV this weekend

Thursday, November 10, 2011 | 11:30 p.m. CST

Planning a Saturday full of watching football? Here's a schedule of the Big 12 games and where you can find them on the tube.

No. 16 Texas at Missouri, 11 a.m. on FX: The Tigers missed another opportunity for consecutive wins with their loss to Baylor last weekend. This game will be a matchup of the two top rushing teams in the Big 12, with the Longhorns holding a slight edge on the Tigers in team rushing yards per game (246.4 for Texas, 244.9 for Missouri).

No. 2 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech, 11 a.m. on ABC: After upsetting No. 6 Oklahoma on Oct. 22, the Red Raiders have lost two games by huge margins. Texas Tech is giving up more than 34 points per game this season, and it'll be hard for them to get on track against an Oklahoma State team who has now reached No. 2 in the BCS standings and averages more than 50 points each week.

No. 25 Baylor at Kansas, 1 p.m.: The Bears are back in the rankings, coming in at No. 25 in the BCS standings following their offensive performance against Missouri last weekend. Baylor's 697 yards of offense were the most in a Big 12 game this season. Kansas is still winless in conference play, although it held Iowa State to just 13 points, the fewest amount allowed by the Jayhawk defense this season.

Texas A&M at No. 14 Kansas State, 2:30 p.m. on ABC: Both teams put an upset scare into their opponents last weekend, with the Wildcats coming a touchdown away from knocking off Oklahoma State. A&M was within a field goal of the Sooners at halftime, but it had a disastrous second half that ended in a 41-25 loss to Oklahoma.


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