Texas and Kansas State meet in Austin to get to stay in the upper half of the Big 12 standings.
It's always a good time to reflect, especially with so much happening in the Big 12.
The Horned Frogs made some mistakes in the first half, but came out strong after halftime to outpace Texas.
Both TCU and Texas enter this one needing a win to get past their struggles. Who pulls it out?
TCU fought in Manhattan, but made on too many mistakes and not enough big plays to get the win.
Each squad in this one is coming off a bye week following a disappointing loss. Who bounces back to get the win?
What takeaways do we have after the midway point of the college football season?
What takeaways do we have from last week's action?
Texas takes this one, largely helped by four turnovers by the Mountaineers.
The conference order is starting to sort itself out. What can we take away from the second week of Big 12 play?
The first conference games of 2019 are in the books. What can we take away from the first of many exciting Big 12 contests?
TCU fought hard, but was unable to overcome early mistakes in their loss to SMU.
The Mustangs are surging, but Gary Patterson rarely loses this game. Who takes home the win in the Battle for the Iron Skillet?
We have some answers after three weeks. But, oh boy do we have questions.
This game was over by hafltime, as Texas scored 38 unanswered and dominated the whole way.
Texas hopes to beat a winless rice and enter Big 12 play 2-1.
The Longhorns scored 31 second half points, but were unable to get the victory in Austin.
The Wildcats took care of business in a big way at home, moving to 2-0 against the Falcons.
Kansas State looked like they were shot out of a cannon in Week 1. Can they repeat that performance against the Falcons?