TIGER KICKOFF: Big 12 games on TV this weekend

Thursday, November 17, 2011 | 11:30 p.m. CST

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

Oklahoma State at Iowa State, 7 p.m. Friday on ESPN: With the fall of two more undefeated teams last weekend, Oklahoma State figures to have a spot in the BCS National Championship Game if it doesn't lose one of its last three games. The Cyclones take a two-game winning streak into this contest, but the Cowboys haven't lost a game all season.

Kansas at Texas A&M, 11 a.m. Saturday on Fox Sports Net: The Aggies are coming off a wild, four-overtime loss to Kansas State and now must face another team from the Sunflower State. The Jayhawks also lost in overtime last weekend, meaning they still are without a win in Big 12 play. Kansas is allowing 44 points per game, and A&M is scoring nearly 39 points per outing.

Texas Tech at Missouri, 2:30 p.m. on ABC: The Red Raiders have been routed in three straight games since their upset of Oklahoma in Norman on Oct. 22. The same Texas Longhorns team that scored just five points last weekend against Missouri scored 52 points the week prior against Texas Tech.

Oklahoma at Baylor, 7 p.m. on ABC: The same losses by Stanford and Boise State that have boosted the BCS title game chances of Oklahoma State have also benefited the Sooners, who are back in the top five of the BCS standings. Landry Jones and Oklahoma are coming off a bye week, and they'll face Robert Griffin III and the Baylor Bears, who squeaked by with an overtime win against Kansas last weekend.

Kansas State at Texas, 7 p.m. on FX: The thought-to-be methodical, plodding offense of Kansas State hung 53 points on A&M last weekend in their four-overtime victory behind the efforts of quarterback Collin Klein, who rushed for five touchdowns and threw for another in the win. Texas is coming off an abysmal offensive outing, scoring just five points in a loss to Missouri.

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