The Big 12 has announced its 2014 Bowl Lineup which features 70 percent of its teams competing in the postseason.
The final Saturday of the regular season produced more confusion and less clarity as the college football world awaits the announcement of the first playoff final four Sunday.
Bryce Petty threw for 412 yards, Johnny Jefferson had two touchdown runs and fifth-ranked Baylor claimed a share of its second consecutive Big 12 title with a 38-27 win over ninth-ranked Kansas State on Saturday night.
Tyreek Hill returned a punt 91 yards for a touchdown with 45 seconds remaining to force overtime and Ben Grogan kicked a 21-yard field goal in the extra period to give Oklahoma State a 38-35 victory over No. 18 Oklahoma on Saturday.
Trevone Boykin's four touchdown passes leads TCU to a 55-3 victory over Iowa State to clinch a share of the Big 12 championship.
The final week of the regular-season wraps up with Showdown Saturday and three games with plenty on the line.
For 2014, the NFF will recognize faculty athletics representatives from the 17 schools with a 2014 NFF National Scholar-Athlete, including K-State's Tyler Lockett.
Bryce Petty (Baylor) and Trevone Boykin (TCU) were both named finalists for the 2014 Manning Award on Wedneday. Boykin was also named a finalist for the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award.
In each season since round robin play began, the Big 12 champion was determined in the last week of the season on Championship Saturday. This year will be no different.
TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham has been named one of five finalists for the 2014 Broyles Award, honoring the top assistant college football coach in America.
Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech), Paul Dawson (TCU) and Matthew McCrane (K-State) were selected Big 12 Football Players of the Week for November 27-29 games by a panel of media that cover the Conference.
Listen to the spring coaches teleconference live starting at 10:00 a.m. CT on Monday's. The teleconference will be archived on Big12Sports.com by 2 p.m. CT.