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2012 Big 12 Football Standings: Longhorns in middle of the pack

Kansas State and West Virginia have emerged as the top dogs in the Big 12 after two weeks of conference play, while Texas is in the middle of the pack.

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After two weeks of conference play in the Big 12, the two clear top dogs appear to be the Kansas State Wildcats and the West Virginia Mountaineers. West Virginia in particular has shown some superb offensive capabilities thanks to quarterback Geno Smith, winning two shootouts in a row against Baylor and Texas. Both Kansas State and West Virginia have put together 5-0 overall records, putting them in a neck-and-neck race for the top spot in the conference. At the bottom of the conference are the Kansas Jayhawks, who slumped to an 0-2 conference record with a loss to Kansas State.

The Longhorns are in the middle of the pack after beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys but falling to the surging Mountaineers in their second game.

Here are the full standings for the Big 12 after the weekend's slate of games:

Kansas State 2-0
West Virginia 2-0
Iowa State 1-1
TCU 1-1
Texas 1-1
Texas Tech 1-1
Oklahoma 1-1
Baylor 0-1
Oklahoma State 0-1
Kansas 0-2

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