There's little left in the way of positioning in the final week of the Big 12 season, but a few games will sort out bowl positioning, and first place and a BCS bid are both still in play.
The Big 12 title, a BCS berth and possibly a spot in the national title game will be determined at Bedlam on Saturday between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. There's a slim chance Oklahoma State could leapfrog idle Alabama for the No. 2 position in the BCS and face LSU for the BCS National Championship. Barring that, the winner of the game will take the conference title and at least a position in the BCS (likely the Fiesta Bowl).
Kansas State is eliminated by virtue of their two losses coming to both the Sooners and Cowboys, but with a win over Iowa State, the Wildcats could lock up a bid to the Cotton Bowl. Meanwhile, Texas and Baylor can't advance much in the conference standings, but the winner of the game could jump to the Holiday Bowl.
Big 12 Conference Standings
(updated 11.27.2011 at 1:11 AM CST)
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