3. Oklahoma (9-2, 6-2 conference)
Oklahoma Sooners once again came out on top of a close game. Quarterback Dillon Gabriel had a great game until injury took him out. But he still threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns on the game. The defense stepped up when the offense came to a standstill. They forced three turnovers against BYU and ended the game with eight minutes left in the game with a touchdown from running back Gavin Sawchuk. The Sooners face TCU at home on Friday morning.
2. Kansas State (8-3, 6-2 conference)
Kansas State extended their winning streak against Kansas to 15, as the Wildcats took home the Sunflower Showdown trophy. It wasn’t the prettiest win, but a win is still a win. Running back DJ Giddens led the team with 102 yards and a touchdown, and the defense dominated with three forced turnovers to end the game against the Jayhawks. The Wildcats take on the Cyclones on Saturday night for the final game.
1. Texas (10-1, 7-1 conferece)
The Longhorns punched their ticket to the Big 12 Championship on Saturday with their win over Iowa State. Quarterback Quinn Ewers threw for 281 and two touchdowns against the Cyclones, and started the 4th quarter ready to put the game away. Their only loss of the season came at the hands of the Sooners early in the year, but since then, Texas has been the dominant force in the Big 12. They end their year at home against Texas Tech.