32. Baylor at Texas, Oct. 20: In the 101-game series, the Longhorns never have lost three straight. It could happen here.
33. Texas Tech at Iowa State, Sept. 29: Cyclones' 41-7 rout of Tech in Lubbock last October started the Red Raiders' season-ending, five-game losing streak.
34. TCU at SMU, Sept. 29: In 2005 and 2011 combined, the Frogs were 22-3. Two of the three losses were to the Mustangs.
35. OU at Iowa State, Nov. 3: The Cyclones ruined OSU's national title hopes a year ago. Could they do the same to the Sooners?
36. TCU at Kansas, Sept. 15: Charlie Weis' first Big 12 game is also the Frogs'.
37. Baylor at Iowa State, Oct. 27: Both teams might need this for bowl qualification.
38. Texas Tech at Kansas State:
Mike Leach left Lubbock with a five-game winning streak in this series, but Red Raiders haven't won since.
39. Tulsa at Iowa State, Sept. 1: TU is 0-13 vs. the Big 12 in the 2000s.
40. Texas Tech at OSU, Nov. 17: Just when the Cowboys figured out how to win in Lubbock after 64 years (two straight victories), the series goes back to Stillwater.
41. Kansas at Northern Illinois, Sept. 22: Kudos to the Jayhawks for playing a mid-major on the road. The Huskies aren't bad.
42. Iowa State at TCU, Oct. 6: The Frogs beat the Cyclones in the 2005 Houston Bowl.
43. SMU at Baylor, Sept. 2: Only their third meeting since the breakup of the Southwest Conference.
44. Iowa State at Kansas, Nov. 17: If the Jayhawks want out of the basement, this game is a must.
45. Maryland at West Virginia, Sept. 22: Wish the Mountaineers had scrapped this game and kept Florida State.
46. Baylor at OU, Nov. 10: For the first time ever, the Bears have a winning streak in this series. Of one.
47. Iowa State at OSU, Oct. 20: The Cowboys will have waited 11 months for revenge.
48. Baylor at West Virginia, Sept. 29: Iowa State and Baylor are the only Big 12 schools that never have played West Virginia.
49. Iowa State at Texas, Nov. 10: Last time the Cyclones came to Austin, they exposed the massive crack in UT's program.
50. OSU at Kansas, Oct. 13: KU has beaten OSU just once in the Big 12 era, with the Jayhawks' 2007 Orange Bowl team.
51. OU at Texas-El Paso, Sept. 1: UTEP played Texas a decent game at Sun Bowl Stadium in 2008.
52. Texas at Kansas, Oct. 27: The ‘Horns in Lawrence was the setting for Mark Mangino's immortal words – “BCS. That's right, BCS.”
53. Marshall at West Virginia, Sept. 1: The Mountaineers are 11-0 against their in-state rival, but some of the games have been decent.
54. Kansas at Baylor, Nov. 3: Get ready for a bunch of Jayhawk games here at the bottom.
55. Wyoming at Texas, Sept. 1: The ‘Horns hired Freddie Akers away from Wyoming 35 years ago.
56. Kansas at Texas Tech, Nov. 10: KU has a rough road schedule – OU, West Virginia, K-State, Baylor, Tech and Northern Illinois.
57. Baylor at Louisiana-Monroe, Sept. 22: Be careful, Bears. Strange things can happen down South.
58. New Mexico at Texas Tech, Sept. 15: Bob Davie is coaching the Lobos. Man, he really wanted back in the profession.
59. Rice at Kansas, Sept. 8: This actually could be a really good game, but who could possibly care?
60. Texas Tech at Texas State, Sept. 8: ESPN tried to put this one on the Longhorn Network. The Red Raiders threatened to cancel the game.
61. Kansas at Kansas State, Oct. 6: This just isn't really much of a football series.
62. Louisiana-Lafayette at OSU, Sept. 15: True story – Brandon Weeden threw five interceptions in two games against the Ragin' Cajuns.
63. Sam Houston State at Baylor, Sept. 15: Rare acceptable matchup with a I-AA opponent – Bearkats went 14-1 and reached 2011 national title game.
64. North Texas at Kansas State, Sept. 15: One of Bob Stoops' favorite victories ever was a K-State win over the Mean Green.
65. Sept. 15: West Virginia vs. James Madison at Landover, Md.: At least this mismatch is on a neutral field, and James Madison upset Virginia Tech two years ago.
66. Kansas at West Virginia, Dec. 1: Huh? Why did the schedule-makers set this as a finale? Better hope the Mountaineers don't need to make a great closing argument.
67. Grambling State at TCU, Sept. 8: If you have to play a I-AA game, Grambling always is a good choice. Great tradition, usually decent team (8-4 last year) and a great band.
68. Kansas at OU, Oct. 20: Notre Dame transfer Dayne Crist actually won't be a bad quarterback for the Jayhawks.
69. New Mexico at Texas, Sept. 8: Remember when the Lobos weren't horrible? They've gone 1-11 three straight years.
70. South Dakota State at Kansas, Sept. 1: Turner Gill's first game as the Jayhawk coach was a 6-3 loss to North Dakota State. Will Charlie Weis' debut, against another Dakota team, be better?
71. Northwestern Louisiana at Texas Tech, Sept. 1: Here's how bad is the Red Raider schedule – this game doesn't really stick out as a stinker.
72. Western Illinois at Iowa State, Sept. 15: I-AA WIU has a good nickname, the Leathernecks, but not much else.
73. Florida A&M at OU, Sept. 8: The I-AA Rattlers aren't bringing their band, and Bullet Bob Hayes is dead. Not much else to say.
74. Missouri State at Kansas State, Sept. 1: KSU quarterback coach Del Miller once was head coach of the I-AA Bears.
75. Savannah State at OSU, Sept. 1: Quite possibly the worst matchup in state history. Savannah State has 20 wins in the last 12 seasons.