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•2. Kansas vs. Missouri (Nov. 29): Another division-title showdown at Arrowhead Stadium? •3. Missouri at Texas (Oct. 18): Could have national title implications. •4. Texas at Kansas (Nov. 15): Return to scene of Mark Mangino's BCS quote. "That's right, BCS!” •5. Virginia Tech at Nebraska (Sept. 27): Just like old times, a big game in Lincoln. •6. Texas at Texas Tech (Nov. 1): Tech likely will be favored. •7. Arkansas at Texas (Sept. 13): Shouldn't they play every season? •8. Missouri vs. Illinois (Aug. 30): St. Louis showdown was a season-setting thriller in 2007. •9. Texas Tech at Oklahoma (Nov. 22): A South Division title game? •10. Kansas at South Florida (Sept. 12): Huge game for the Jayhawks — and the Bulls. •11. West Virginia at Colorado (Sept. 18): Mountaineers will find Boulder a tough place to play. •12. Oklahoma at OSU (Nov. 29): Bedlam in Stillwater has become great theater. •13. Texas Tech at Kansas (Oct. 25): This year, KU gets the rough side of the Big 12 South. •14. Oklahoma at Texas A&M (Nov. 8): Sooner-Aggie games at Kyle Field have been classics this decade. •15. Missouri at Nebraska (Oct. 4): Can Bo Pelini turn Memorial Stadium into the snakepit it once was? •16. OSU at Washington State (Aug. 30): Cowboys' season could be determined in Seattle. •17. Texas at Colorado (Oct. 4): 'Horns have won last two trips to Boulder. •18. Kansas at Nebraska (Nov. 8): Huskers seek revenge for 76-39 embarrassment. •19. Oklahoma at Washington (Sept. 13): Sooners weren't spiffy on the road in 2007. •20. Colorado at Florida State (Sept. 27): Played in Jacksonville, could be competitive. •21. Kansas at Oklahoma (Oct. 18): An old rivalry is important again. •22. Texas A&M at Texas (Nov. 27): Can Aggies make it three straight over 'Horns? •23. Texas Tech at Texas A&M (Oct. 18): These guys don't like each other. •24. Miami at Texas A&M (Sept. 20): Two wounded, prideful programs. •25. Texas Tech at Kansas State (Oct. 4): Red Raiders finally find a fair fight. •26. Texas at UTEP (Sept. 6): Dangerous slot for the Longhorns in El Paso. •27. Colorado at Texas A&M (Nov. 1): Aggies need this one for a good year. •28. Cincinnati at Oklahoma (Sept. 6): Cincy not a bad team. •29. Washington State at Baylor (Sept. 13): Grand opportunity for Bears to beat a fellow BCS-league foe. •30. Texas A&M at New Mexico: Just ask Tech; Albuquerque can be tough place to play. •31. Texas A&M at Baylor (Nov. 15): Bears might have shot in the Brazos River Bowl. •32. Colorado-Colorado State (Aug. 31): Underrated rivalry, played in Denver. •33. Wake Forest at Baylor (Aug. 28): Demon Deacons are what Baylor aspires to be. •34. OSU at Colorado (Nov. 15): Could be cold in the Rockies. •35. Iowa State at Baylor (Oct. 11): Fifth home game for Bears in first half of the season. •36. Kansas State at Louisville (Sept. 17): Fun Thursday night game. •37. Colorado at Nebraska (Nov. 28): Once-great rivalry has gone strange. •38. Oklahoma at Kansas State (Oct. 25): Doesn't sizzle like it did with Stoops vs. Snyder.
Ranking the Big 12 games
Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel ranks all 96 games to be played by Big 12 Conference teams this season:•1. Oklahoma vs. Texas (Oct. 11): Always the league's marquee game.
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