Big 12 Football Power Rankings after Week 10

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We update the Big 12 Football Power Rankings every week. This week saw the end of a long-standing rivalry and a new duo atop the rankings.

Week 10 is officially in the books. We are down to the final weeks of the season until the Big 12 Championship on December 2nd. Highlights for the week include a Bedlam showdown that ended with Oklahoma State fans storming of the field and the goalposts coming down. And a thrilling overtime win that Texas squeaked out against a feisty Kansas State.

There are several teams vying for a chance to play in the Big 12 Championship game. There are two teams with a single Big 12 loss, while five other teams have two losses. It could still be anyone’s game, with the decision coming down to a head to head win.

Now, onto the Big 12 Power Rankings after Week 10!

14. Cincinnati (2-7, 0-6 conference)

It’s been a bad break so far this season for Cincinnati. This week they faced off against UCF, the last two teams without a win in the conference. Unfortunately they were once again on the losing side of it all. On paper, Cincinnati had the upper hand most of the game, dominating in total yards and time of possession. They had two costly turnovers and a missed field goal that sealed their fate. This week they face newcomer Houston in an away game in Texas.

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