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The Big 12 Primer: Week 6

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    [​IMG]Here's what you can watch on Saturday. (All times ET.)

    My predictions are coming in the morning, but as usual, let's hear yours in the comments.

    THURSDAY

    No. 7 Nebraska at Kansas State (ESPN, 7:30 p.m.): For the second consecutive week, two undefeated Big 12 teams will go at it on ESPN's Thursday night game. This should be a fitting finale for a rivalry that will end with Nebraska's exit to the Big Ten after the 2010 season.

    FRIDAY

    No. 22 Oklahoma State at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN2, 9 p.m.): Fellow Sun Belt member Troy lost to Oklahoma State by three earlier this season and beat the Cowboys in Troy, Ala., in 2007. Oklahoma State heads to the Bayou looking to move to 5-0.

    SATURDAY

    Baylor vs. Texas Tech at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas (Fox Sports Net, noon): Baylor's efforts under Art Briles look like they're paying off, but the Bears haven't beaten Texas Tech since 1995.

    Texas A&M vs. No. 11 Arkansas at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas (ABC, 3:30 p.m.): Year 2 of a 10-year contract means the Hogs and Aggies will meet once again in Cowboys Stadium to renew an old Southwest Conference Rivalry. Arkansas beat the Aggies 47-19 in last year's game.

    Colorado at No. 24 Missouri (Fox Sports Net, 7 p.m.): Colorado hasn't beaten Missouri in four years, and the last time the Buffaloes traveled to Columbia, they lost 58-0. Missouri will try to improve to 5-0 for the fourth time in five years.

    No. 10 Utah at Iowa State (Fox College Sports, 7 p.m.): Iowa State is riding a 28-point fourth quarter against Texas Tech last week after averaging just 20 points in four games entering last week. Utah is one of three teams from non-AQ conferences ranked in the top 10.

    Idle: Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas.

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