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Best of Social Media from a Wild Weekend in the Big 12

It was a crazy Saturday in flyover country.



[Twitter: @HiroProtoganist]

OSU rolled over Kansas with little effort, but there were still some compelling things come across my timeline both regarding the Cowboys’ game and the other happenings around the Big 12.

I thought I’d share some of my favorites. Let’s start with the OSU game.

Chuba Enjoyed a Hot Start






KU tried anything it could think of to slow down Chuba… ???



A few more fellow Canadians showed their support of Chuba this week and he responded in kind.















Against Mike Gundy’s wishes, Spencer took flight to get a first down against KU. He moved the chains but the optics weren’t as good as he probably expected, and even worse for Kansas cornerback Kyle Mayberry.





Dru Brown spelled Spender Sanders in the second half and connected on a nice deep ball to Dillon Stoner for 43 yards and a score.




Matt Ammendola missed his first field goal of the season last game after Kyle Porter shouted him out for being perfect on the pod. After he addressed the issue on a subsequent episode he apparently made things worse. Ammendola missed three kicks on Saturday.








Around the League

Outside of Stillwater there were some big games with actual Big 12 implications. Let’s start with the primetime matchup between unbeaten Baylor and Oklahoma.

It was all ugly for the Sooners early.

Nothing like some inter-sport Bedlam smack talk.

But the Sooners came roaring back, scoring 24 unanswered points to take the game and run Baylor’s perfect season.


This might be the winner.

Wait, what’s going on here???

The other big matchup involved No. 22 Texas heading to Ames. The Longhorns fell behind 20-7 before staging the comeback to take a 21-20 lead, but were beaten on a late field goal by the Cyclones.

Have all of Texas’ games except OSU been decided by a late field goal?

Either way, Texas has now alternated wins and losses every week since beating OSU.

Like a fine wine…

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