Texas Tech at Texas at 11 a.m.
Gallagher- Texas Tech will likely be more motivated for this one. I’m feeling an upset on Black Friday for the Red Raiders. 30-23 Texas Tech
Peter- Texas Tech has nothing to lose but some bragging rights, however, the Longhorns just have too much heat offensively. I expect Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger to have a big night. 34-14 Texas
West Virginia at TCU at 3:15 p.m.
Gallagher- This should be a competitive game as most are in the Big 12. Fighting for a bowl game, TCU should be able to win this one at home. 27-21 TCU
Peter- TCU is in survival mode and needs this last win to be bowl eligible. Max Duggan is the Horned Frogs quarterback of the future, and a win over the Mountaineers. West Virginia is on the crossroads with Austin Kendall after being replaced by Jarrett Doege last week. Who knows what will be the quarterback situation between the two. 20-7 TCU
No. 11 Baylor at Kansas 2:30 p.m.
Gallagher- It could be easy for Baylor to overlook this game. Win or lose, the Bears will still play for a Big 12 Championship. Kansas at home could be tricky, but that doesn’t mean I can actually pick Kansas to win this football game. 30-13 Baylor
Peter- Before Baylor signs its rematch clause with the Oklahoma Sooners in the Big 12 Championship, the Bears must take care of KU, which will be an easy task unless the Jayhawks decide to show up and play like the same Jayhawks team that was a field goal away from beating Texas. This has upset written all over it, but I’m not taking the bate. 34-6 Baylor
Iowa State at Kansas State at 6 p.m.
Gallagher- This is quietly one of the better rivalries in the Big 12 and should be a good game once again. K-State at home is hard to pick against, but I think Iowa State is the better team. 21-17 Iowa State
Peter- The battle of Farmageddon is on again. K-State has the advantage after winning 21 out of 25 games. Iowa State won last year to snap the 10-game losing streak. I expect a tight, low-scoring defensive ball-game. 23-14 Iowa State
No. 9 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State at 7 p.m.
Gallagher- Biggest game of the year for Oklahoma State and it’s not even close. Prime time under the lights at Boone Pickens Stadium. As the kids say, it should be lit. Oklahoma still has an outside shot of making the playoffs with a win, but being ranked ninth entering the season finale is not a good sign. Won’t matter because the Pokes are getting the win. 31-28 Oklahoma State
Peter- I know my counterpart has been looking forward to the Bedlam rivalry all year. This could be a good one. Oklahoma either has a strong first-half team and barely survives in the second half, or they struggle in the first half but dominates in the second half. Either or, Jalen Hurts will once again come to the rescue. I challenge the Sooners’ defense to shut down Chuba Hubbard and keep him under 100. Hubbard is 168-yards away of a 2,000-yard season. 41-38 Oklahoma
No. 5 Alabama at No. 15 Auburn at 2:30 p.m.
Gallagher- I would love to see both Alabama and Georgia lose another game and have Utah slide into the playoffs if they win out. But college football does not revolve around what I want. Alabama is Alabama, even if they don’t have next year’s No. 1 overall pick under center. This should be a great game, though. 34-31 Alabama
Peter- Every year, there is always something at stake during the Iron Bowl other than bragging rights. Alabama needs to beat Auburn to stay in the playoff hunt, if though the Crimson Tides might need some help. The Crimson Tides are still good enough to beat Auburn with or without Tua Tagovailoa, but are not as dominant. The game is at Auburn and this game is set up for Bama's downfall. 27-24 OT Auburn