The Big 12 has been dominating the Big 12 standings for a few weeks now.
In the process, the league’s strength of schedule has improved significantly.
While Kansas State has dropped from No. 6 to No. 2 in the rankings, the Jayhawks have also been able to overcome a significant weakness in their opponents’ schedules.
In fact, the Wildcats have been ranked among the top 10 teams in the country in nearly every statistical category since December.
They’ve beaten ranked teams like TCU, Texas Tech and Baylor, and they’ve also beaten ranked opponents like Oklahoma State, Texas, TCU and Texas Tech.
While they haven’t been able the sweep Texas A&M or Baylor, the Longhorns are the only team that has beaten Kansas State in the past four seasons.
So, it seems like Kansas State should be the biggest favorite to win the Big 16 this season.
It’s the only undefeated team in the league, and it should be able to handle Texas A & M, Oklahoma and Baylor in the regular season.
This week, we take a look at which team is on track to be the most dominating in the Big Ten.
Kansas State vs. TCU (Sept. 10) TCU is an excellent team to beat in the Pac-12, but it’s the Wildcats that should be on the verge of taking the title.
The Wildcats have the No. 3 scoring offense in the conference, which is no small feat.
The 6-foot-4 forward has scored at least 40 points in four of his last five games.
The only team in Big 12 history to have a player average at least 24 points per game and a player lead in assists per game is Kansas State.
TCU is also loaded at the forward positions, as the Wildcats are ranked No. 4 in the nation in scoring and No. 1 in the AAC in rebounds per game.
The Horned Frogs are also averaging an NCAA-best 30.5 offensive rebounds per contest.
If TCU can stay hot offensively, it could take the conference title from Kansas State, which will be without star guard Alex Poythress, who is dealing with an ankle injury.
It’ll be a tough battle for the Horned Horse to beat Kansas State’s best defensive unit, as it was in last season’s game.
Texas A. & M vs. Oklahoma (Sept, 13) The Sooners have won 10 straight games, but they’ve been playing at a high level all season.
They’ll be without starting center Jordan Hulls for at least two weeks.
Oklahoma is a very deep team, but the Sooners are averaging more than 50 points per contest and are leading the Big Eight in assists.
They are one of the top teams in college basketball in terms of scoring offense, and if they can keep it up they should be a formidable opponent.
Oklahoma has played the toughest schedule of any team in NCAA tournament history, as they have played 13 games against Power 5 conference opponents.
It could be a long day for the Soonies in the Sweet 16, as Oklahoma is ranked No to 8 in the Associated Press poll.
The Soonies have a very high win total, and Texas A’s chances at reaching the Sweet Sixteen are slim to none.
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