Kansas State and Oklahoma are the co-champions of the Big 12, while Texas and Oklahoma State settled for a third-place tie.
The Kansas State Wildcats clinched a berth in a BCS bowl with a 42-24 victory over the Texas Longhorns on Saturday. They'll get the nod due to their victory earlier this season over the Oklahoma Sooners, who finished in a tie with the Wildcats for first place in the Big 12 Conference.
The Sooners held on to defeat the TCU Horned Frogs on Saturday, 21-14, to earn a share of the title. They'll finish well below the Wildcats in the BCS standings, which will likely keep the Sooners out of a BCS bowl.
Finising three games behind the co-champions are the Longhorns and the Oklahoma State Cowboys, both of which finished conference play at 5-4. The Horned Frogs, Baylor Bears, Texas Tech Red Raiders and West Virginia Mountaineers all ended the league slate at 4-5, while the Iowa State Cyclones are just behind at 3-6.
The Kansas Jayhawks failed to win a Big 12 game, finishing the year at 0-9 in conference play and 1-11 overall.
Here are the full standings:
Big 12 Conference Standings
(updated 12.2.2012 at 3:48 PM MST)
|Kansas State Wildcats||8||1||11||1|
|Oklahoma State Cowboys||5||4||7||5|
|TCU Horned Frogs||4||5||7||5|
|Texas Tech Red Raiders||4||5||7||5|
|West Virginia Mountaineers||4||5||7||5|
|Iowa State Cyclones||3||6||6||6|