Big 12 Standings, Scores: Texas A&M Evens Conference Mark

Texas A&M is among four Big 12 teams with just one loss after Saturday's thrilling victory over Texas Tech.

Texas A&M handed Texas Tech its first loss of the 2011 season on Saturday and evened its conference record at 1-1. The Aggies and the Red Raiders are tied with both Baylor and Texas at just one game off the conference lead. Texas A&M faces another tough conference game this week as they host Baylor. 

Oklahoma moved its record to 2-0 in the Big 12 with a 55-17 smashing of Texas on Saturday. The Sooners are tied for the lead in the conference with Kansas State and Oklahoma State. The Cowboys handed out a statement of their own on Saturday by laying 70 points on Kansas.  

Iowa State, Kansas and Missouri all find themselves at the bottom of the conference standings with 0-2 records. Missouri dropped a tough 24-17 decision to Kansas State on Saturday and will be looking for its first conference win of the 2011 season Saturday against Iowa State. 


Big 12 Conference Standings

(updated 10.9.2011 at 1:31 AM EDT)

Conf Overall
W L W L
Oklahoma St. Cowboys 2 0 5 0
Oklahoma Sooners 2 0 5 0
Kansas St. Wildcats 2 0 5 0
Baylor Bears 1 1 4 1
Texas Tech Red Raiders 1 1 4 1
Texas Longhorns 1 1 4 1
Texas A&M Aggies 1 1 3 2
Iowa St. Cyclones 0 2 3 2
Kansas Jayhawks 0 2 2 3
Missouri Tigers 0 2 2 3


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