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The Ruins: Art Briles honored, Charlie Weis, Kliff Kingsbury, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Tuesday, October 15 2013 and posted in SWRT
Dancing in the Ruins - The new Big 12 emerging out of the ruins of the old. 

The Ruins: Art Briles honored, Charlie Weis, Kliff Kingsbury, and more.

I have to praise you like I should. 
Baylor head football coach Art Briles has been named midseason coach of the year by CBS Sports. Yes, "midseason coach of the year" is an oxymoron. Don't hurt yourself thinking about it. (CBS Sports)

Blitzkrieg Bop. 
Randy Peterson ponders whether the Baylor's "blitzkreig" style of offense is a passing fad or will be around college football for years to come. (The Des Moines Register)

Standing on the Edge.
Baylor and Oklahoma are on  Pete Volk's list of teams that could become eligible with a win this weekend. Texas Tech is already bowl eligible. (SB*Nation)

A Few Small Repairs. 
Kansas HC Charlie Weis makes changes on his coaching staff in an attempt to solve the Jayhawks' offensive woes. (The Lawrence Journal-World)

Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of.
Oklahoma and its HC Bob Stoops are still dealing with their upset loss to Texas last Saturday. (ESPN)

It couldn't get much worse, could it?
Jordan Esco says Oklahoma is in danger of losing to Kansas this Saturday. (Crimson and Cream Machine)

The Race is On.
Stephen Hawkins the race for the Big 12 title to be "Up for grabs." (AP/Yahoo! Sports)


Sooners lose Phillips.
Oklahoma has lost defensive tackle Jordan Phillips for the year due to surgery to repair a "chronic back issue." (ESPN)


Gonna dress you up in my love.
Viva the Matadors provides a style guide so you can dress like Texas Tech head football coach Kliff Kingsbury. I think this is how things in China got started under Mao. 

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