Big 12 Football standings 2012: Kansas State at the top, WVU continues losing skid

Justin K. Aller

Examining the Big 12 standings following another busy week of action.

The Big 12 has been one of the nation's toughest football conferences this season, and another busy weekend of action has shaken up the conference standings.

The Kansas St. Wildcats are currently on pace to reach the BCS National Championship game and feature a perfect 7-0 mark against their conference foes.

The Oklahoma Sooners are one and one-half games back of Kansas State with a 5-1 mark against the Big 12. The Texas Longhorns are right on OU's tail with a 5-2 record. Oklahoma State is 4-2, while Texas Tech is 4-3.

The rest of the teams in the conference are currently below .500 in Big 12 play. TCU is 3-4, although their overall mark is 6-4. West Virginia began the season with five wins in a row, but the wheels have since fallen off with four defeats in conference play. The Mountaineers are now 5-4 with a 2-4 record against conference foes.

Iowa State is 2-5, Baylor is 1-5 and Kansas is winless with seven losses.

Here is a look at the complete standings as of Nov. 12.


Big 12 Conference Standings

(updated 11.11.2012 at 12:26 AM MST)

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