Gallagher 53-18

Peter 52-19

No. 21 Oklahoma State at West Virginia at 11 a.m

Gallagher- Along with Tylan Wallace, freshman quarterback Spencer Sanders is also out for the regular season after injuring his thumb in last week’s win against Kansas. I still think Oklahoma State is in good shape with fifth-year senior Dru Brown at quarterback. I never know what to expect with games in Morgantown, but I’m rolling with the Pokes. 37-20 Oklahoma State

Peter- Oklahoma State has won three straight and Chuba Hubbard is 274 yards away from reaching 2,000 yards. No doubt he is capable of reaching that in the final two games. West Virginia is in survival mode trying to reach its sixth win. 31-14 Oklahoma State

Kansas vs. No. 22 Iowa State at 11 a.m.

Gallagher- Iowa State should win this game with ease. Kansas has maybe taken a step forward this season, but really it’s hard to tell. Wichita Northwest-graduate Breece Hall has been a nice surprise for Iowa State as a true freshman. Between Hall and Pooka Williams, we could be looking at the two best running backs in the conference next year. 34-13 Iowa State

Peter- Now that KU is no longer racing for bowl eligibility, they have nothing to lose yet more to gain under Les Miles, but Iowa State is far more better team right now. Expect Breece Hall of Cyclones to have big game against the Jayhawks that is one of the worst teams against the run. 31-10 Iowa State

Texas at No. 14 Baylor at 2:30 p.m.

Gallagher- How will Baylor react after last Saturday’s loss to Oklahoma. Honest question to those who watched that game: was there any doubt Oklahoma would win that game entering the second half? Was anyone else completely unsurprised when Oklahoma came back? Watching OU lose like that seemed too good to be true. And it was. With all that being said, I think Baylor will be motivated to win this game against a rival like Texas. 34-27 Baylor

Peter- Baylor had a legitimate shot of upsetting Oklahoma last week but got shutout in the second half. While Texas fell short to Iowa State by a field goal. Both teams need to bounce back, but I expect a Texas shootout. 42-38 Texas

Kansas State at Texas Tech at 6 p.m.

Gallagher- I have no idea what to expect in this game. Tech lost to Kansas, which should be enough for me to pull the trigger on Kansas State. There’s so much parity in this league. Either outcome could happen. I know nothing. 27-24 West Virginia

Peter- There’s no doubt that K-State is the better team, but has been inconsistent, losing straight. Texas Tech might make a late push for bowl eligibility but I don’t see the Wildcats losing three in a row. 34-20 Kansas State

TCU at No. 9 Oklahoma at 7 p.m.

Gallagher- If Baylor, TCU, and Oklahoma State all win this week, Bedlam is for a chance to play Baylor in the Big 12 Championship Game. You can imagine how bad I want TCU to win, and I’m not saying it won’t happen, but I don’t think TCU has the firepower on offense to keep up with Oklahoma. 40-21 Oklahoma

Peter- Jalen Hurts is something special and should definitely be a front runner in the Heisman race. Where will this Oklahoma team be without Hurts, especially carrying this team on his back in the last three games. I don’t see TCU not doing much against Oklahoma. 31-7 Oklahoma

No. 8 Penn State at No. 2 Ohio State at 11 a.m.

Gallagher- This is an easy choice for me. I would pick Ohio State against any team in the country right now. Even without Chase Young. 45-30 Ohio State

Peter- If Penn State still believes it has a chance of making it back in the  top four, beating Ohio State on the road will be a big jump for the Nittany Lions . However, the Buckeyes is too strong on both sides of the field. 34-17 Ohio State