Big 12 rankings part five

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Not much change. Plus one for a road win. Minus one for a home loss.

1. Kansas (25-1, 11-0, +6): Can only lose the conference title with an epic collapse. Projection: 30-1, 16-0.

2. Kansas State (20-4, 7-3, +2): Rolling in the midst of soft part of conference schedule. Projection: 25-5, 12-4.

3. Texas A&M (18-7, 7-4, +1): Aggies had their chances Monday against Kansas. Projection: 22-8, 11-5.

4. Baylor (20-5, 7-4, +1):  Tough closing stretch includes three road games, home games vs. A&M and Texas. Projection: 24-6, 11-5.

5. Texas (20-5, 6-4, +1): Longhorns 3-5 in last eight games. Projection: 23-8, 9-7.

6. Missouri (18-7, 6-4, +1): Tigers could use win tonight against Texas or against KU to bolster NCAA hopes. Projection: 21-10, 9-7.

7. Oklahoma State (17-7, 5-5, even): After tonight’s game at ISU, OSU faces brutal stretch (vs. BU, at Texas, vs. KU, at A&M). Projection: 19-11, 7-9.

8. Texas Tech (16-9, 4-7, -1): Red Raiders about to be 4-9 with games against Texas, K-State up next. Projection: 17-13, 5-11.

9. Oklahoma (13-11, 4-6, -1): It’s possible the Sooners won’t win another game the rest of the regular season. Projection: 14-16, 5-11.

10. Iowa State (13-12, 2-8, -2): Cyclones have been competitive but have one win since Jan. 16. Projection: 15-16, 4-12.

11. Colorado (11-13, 2-8, -3): Buffs have lost seven of eight. Projection: 14-16, 4-12.

12. Nebraska (13-12, 1-9, -4): Spring ball isn’t far off. Projection: 14-16, 3-13.

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