The sound bites that tell the story of the season, from Jim Harbaugh to Nick Saban to Mike Leach to one big bomb by Ed Orgeron.
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- Big 12 fines K-State, TCU after fans storm field
- KU's Miles fires O-boss Koenning after 6 games
- RB Herbert no longer a member of Jayhawks
- KU charged with lack of institutional control, more
JaMycal Hasty rushed for three touchdowns and No. 11 Baylor forced six turnovers in a 61-6 victory over Kansas on Saturday.
Brock Purdy threw for 372 yards and four TDs and Iowa State rallied to beat Kansas 41-31 on Saturday and clinch its third straight winning season.
Chuba Hubbard ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 25 Oklahoma State rolled past Kansas 31-13 on Saturday.
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Skylar Thompson ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns, Harry Trotter added 92 yards rushing and another score and No. 22 Kansas State romped to a 38-10 victory over Kansas on Saturday.
Kansas State and TCU were fined $25,000 and issued public reprimands by the Big 12 for how they handled fans storming the field to celebrate home wins over ranked teams. Kansas also received a reprimand but was not fined.
In Week 9, the Buckeyes and Tigers showed they're both capable of ending the Alabama-Clemson championship dynasty.
Douglas Coleman fumbled on a blocked field goal return with two seconds to go and Liam Jones capitalized with a 32-yard field goal to give Kansas a 37-34 win over Texas Tech on Saturday night.
Cameron Dicker made a 33-yard field goal as time expired and No. 15 Texas survived Kansas' desperate upset bid 50-48 after the teams exchanged six touchdowns in the fourth quarter Saturday night.
Kansas coach Les Miles fired offensive coordinator Les Koenning halfway through their first season with the Jayhawks on Sunday and promoted Brent Dearmon to the same position.
Jalen Hurts threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns, ran for 56 yards and two more TDs and added another line to his Heisman Trophy resume in leading No. 6 Oklahoma to a 45-20 victory over Kansas on Saturday.