David Ubben South 1. Oklahoma State (6-1) 2. Oklahoma (5-2) 3. Texas A&M (5-2) 4. Baylor (4-4) 5. Texas Tech (3-5) 6. Texas (2-5) The Big 12 South will almost certainly boil down to Oklahoma State versus Oklahoma in Stillwater next week, where ESPN's "College GameDay" will be on hand. Oklahoma State will win the divison outright with a win. Oklahoma will most likely win a three-team tiebreaker via the BCS standings, or would hold the two-team tiebreaker via head-to-head with Oklahoma State if Texas A&M loses to Texas next week. The only chance for Texas A&M to win the South is if they somehow climb within a spot of Oklahoma. Because of a new addition to Big 12 rules this season, if two teams are within a spot of each other in the BCS standings, the lower-ranked team can advance to the title game via head-to-head tiebreaker, which Texas A&M holds over Oklahoma. North 1. Nebraska (5-2) 2. Missouri (5-2) 3. Kansas State (3-5) 4. Iowa State (3-5) 5. Colorado (2-5) 6. Kansas (1-6) Very simple scenarios for the North division, because Nebraska holds the tiebreaker as a result of their 31-17 win earlier this year: For Nebraska to win the North: Beat Colorado at home. For Missouri to win the North: Beat Kansas in Kansas City, and have Nebraska lose. All four other teams have obviously been eliminated. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.