Thanks to wins by Baylor and Texas, Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling had another two-loss week in last week's Wanna Whack Woodling contest at KUsports.com and lost to 95 contestants.
Three entries went 6-0, and another 92 participants went 5-1, topping Woodling's 4-2 mark. Woodling was tied by 131 entries.
Todd Conner of Kansas City, Mo., won the tiebreaker by picking Texas as a 28-26 winner over Kansas State. Conner will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt for his victory.
Michael Clark and Richard Ramirez, both of Topeka, also went undefeated.
Oklahoma State 24, Kansas State 19
After nine straight losses to Kansas State, Cowboys will Cowboy up, lasso the Wildcats and climb into the Top 25. 'Cats can't stop WR Rashaun Woods. Attention OSU officials: Your goal posts are in danger.
Texas A&M 49, Baylor 9
Bears come back to earth after last week's stunning win over Colorado and Aggies shake off last week's aerial bombardment at Texas Tech. Baylor hasn't won a conference road game since Amos Alonzo Stagg retired.
Texas 23, Oklahoma 20
Sooners have scored more than 50 points in each of their last three games, but they're ripe for a comeuppance at the hands of their arch-rival. Texas offense is so-so, but defense and special teams are terrific.
Nebraska 36, Missouri 12
Cornmen have won 11 straight in Columbia and 24 in a row over Tigers, who have neither the offense nor the defense to handle the unbeaten and stampeding red horde. Talented Mizzou QB Brad Smith treading water with pedestrian wide receivers.
Texas Tech 66, Iowa State 33
There's no reason to think Iowa State can stop Tech QB B.J. Symons particularly in Lubbock when nobody else has. Red Raiders may not be tested until they meet Texas and Oklahoma in their last two regular-season games.
Kansas 42, Colorado 31
Banged-up and embarrassed by last week's loss at Baylor, Buffaloes will man the ramparts in Boulder, but they don't have the bodies to contain KU's diverse offense and quietly effective special teams.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)