Big 12 football is back, and we're here to ensure you get maximum couch time during the conference's biggest games of the 2015 regular season. Here's our list of The 4 Best Games In Big 12 Football In 2015.
6. Oklahoma Sooners @ Oklahoma State Cowboys (November 28th)
It's Bedlam. Whether or not one or both teams remains entrenched in the conference title race at this point, OU/OSU remains must-see TV regardless. The Sooners won the teams' last meeting in Stillwater, wresting a second Big 12 title away from Oklahoma State in 2013's regular-season finale.
5. TCU Horned Frogs @ Oklahoma State Cowboys (November 7th)
TCU Heisman candidate Trevone Boykin has thrown four interceptions and one touchdown over two career losses in Stillwater. For TCU, this is where their College Football Playoff destiny really starts to take shape. For Oklahoma State, this is where they could assert themselves as legitimate Big 12 title contenders.
4. Baylor Bears @ Oklahoma State Cowboys (November 21st)
Baylor is 0-6 lifetime against the Cowboys at Boone-Pickens Stadium with an average loss of 52-20). Baylor got whacked in 2013 by a count of 49-17, making this a key sandwiched redemption game between their two biggest games of 2015.
3. Oklahoma Sooners @ Baylor Bears (November 14th)
Art Briles' Bears have thoroughly embarassed the Sooners the past two years. The beginning of a brutal three-game stretch for Baylor (OU, OSU, TCU), this is the exact point where Baylor could start making a legitimate bid for College Football Playoff inclusion.
2. TCU Horned Frogs @ Oklahoma Sooners (November 21st)
Before ending their season with a Black Friday spectacular (more on that later), TCU travels to Norman for a pivotal clash with a Sooners team that is talented enough to derail the Horned Frogs' title chances with a statement win. This is THE biggest road game on TCU's schedule for 2015.
1. Baylor Bears @ TCU Horned Frogs (November 27th)
Good on the Big 12 schedule makers to place all six of these games in the month of November for what will be one of the most epic conference race finishes in all of college football. This is the new granddaddy of the conference -- an intense, bitter in-state rivalry that could have a College Football Playoff berth on the line if things play out right. Baylor's 61-58 victory over TCU last year will be hard to top from an excitement standpoint. However, it could get pretty darn close.
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