Week 13 Big 12 rankings: “The Office” edition

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I’ve had a request. I’ve been asked to write a version of the rankings for “Family Guy.” Obviously, said person did not read the following blog: http://tinyurl.com/259m5rt.

Ernie’s Web is bad enough without resorting to embedding links from an overrated piece of unoriginal crap like “Family Guy.”

The Big 12 as we know it is done. Sadly, one deserter (Nebraska) will be playing for the conference championship next week. You can thank Missouri for choking against Texas Tech for that.

This week’s rankings are brought to you by “The Office.”

 

1. OKLAHOMA (10-2, 6-2): Last week, defeated Oklahoma State 47-41. Up next, Big 12 championship game vs. Nebraska. Why are the Sooners No. 1? Because they won the South and their only two losses were on the road. Nebraska and Oklahoma State lost home games. Look for Oklahoma to win yet another Big 12 championship next week. The Sooners are ranked No. 1, so the No. 1 clip has to be the quote that makes “The Office” great …

 

2. NEBRASKA (10-2, 6-2): Last week, defeated Colorado 45-17. Up next, Big 12 championship game vs. Oklahoma. Give Nebraska credit for winning the North despite Taylor Martinez being injured for almost half the season. We’ll see how the Cornhuskers match up against the Sooners with a one-dimensional offense. Gotta go with Dwight K. Schrute for NU, because the Pelinis are a lot like him …

 

3. MISSOURI (10-2, 6-2): Last week, defeated Kansas 35-7. Up next, bowl game. Texas freaking Tech. All the Tigers had to do was win that game and they’d be heading to the Big 12 title game and might even be a lock for a BCS bowl. Nonetheless, MU had a very good season with a young team. That youth might have accounted for the unpredictability, sort of like this guy …

 

4. OKLAHOMA STATE (10-2, 6-2): Last week, lost to Oklahoma 47-41. Up next, bowl game. The Cowboys tumble from No. 1 to No. 4 because they lost their second conference home game. Now that we look back, OSU’s best wins were against a Texas A&M team that had Jerrod Johnson at quarterback and a Baylor squad that was falling apart down the stretch. But don’t ever question Mike Gundy …

 

5. TEXAS A&M (9-3, 6-2): Last week, defeated Texas 24-17. Up next, bowl game. What if? Think Mike Sherman’s wondering that about Ryan Tannehill? Had the Aggies turned to the junior quarterback earlier, they’d likely be playing for the Big 12 championship. Nonetheless, the Aggies are on fire and their late-season run may mean a spot in the Cotton Bowl. But during the first part of the season …

 

6. BAYLOR (7-5, 4-4): Up next, bowl game. Since the Bears didn’t play last week, we’ll just insert a great clip from the show …

Note: Sony Music doesn’t want you to view the dance scene in my blog. As such, please click here if you must. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX7iwwB9zQ4

 

7. TEXAS TECH (7-5, 3-5): Last week, defeated Houston 35-20. Up next, bowl game. OK, so it wasn’t a Mike Leach season. No great quotes out of Lubbock. No 100-pass games. And, really, the Red Raiders were just plain bad quite a few times. But, Tommy Tuberville closed with a decent win against Houston, and the Red Raiders are going bowling. Still, compared to Leach, Tuberville is like this …

 

8. KANSAS STATE (7-5, 3-5): Last week, defeated North Texas 49-41. Up next, bowl game. Daniel Thomas did his thing, racking up nearly 300 yards against one of the nation’s worst defenses. The K-State defense also did its thing, giving up nearly 300 yards to a guy none of us has ever heard of. Stunned Bill Snyder never looked into the cameras during games while watching his defense, sort of like this …

 

9. IOWA STATE (5-7, 3-5): Season finished. Again, no game, season’s been over. Here’s a clip to fill the void …

 

10. TEXAS (5-7, 2-6): Last week, lost to Texas A&M 24-17. Season finished. What a nightmare of a season for the Longhorns (the rest of the conference enjoyed it). UT fans’ reaction? …

 

11. COLORADO (5-7, 3-5): Last week, lost to Nebraska 45-17. Season finished. Anybody else find it odd that CU interim coach Brian Cabral was laughing at halftime with his team down 17-3 on Friday? Pretty much says all you need to know about the Buffs, or the Todd Packer of the Big 12 …

 

12. KANSAS (3-9, 1-7): Last week, lost to Missouri 35-7. Season finished. I had no idea how bad this team was until Saturday. Well, that’s not true. Still, your arch rival brings its B or C game and you still lose by four touchdowns? Remember this uncomfortable, yet funny scene? This is Kansas football. History awaits …

 

 

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Week 4, “Ace Ventura” edition: http://tinyurl.com/24gqo3m

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Week 10, “Caddyshack” edition: http://tinyurl.com/2vp6g5o

Week 11, “There’s Something About Mary” edition: http://tinyurl.com/394rf5e

Week 12, 1980s rock music video version: http://tinyurl.com/38pwlco

Big 12 rankings, Week 12: The 1980s rock music video version

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We’re down to the final week of Big 12 play, which happens to be rivalry week. Going into the last week, five teams are still alive for a division title – Nebraska and Missouri in the North, and Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Texas A&M in the South.

This week’s rankings are brought to you by 80s rock music videos (and one borderline rock video by Steve Winwood). The inspiration for that? “Bloodsport” is on, and it’s one of the great (and terrible) 1980s flicks …

1. NEBRASKA (9-2, 5-2): Last week, lost to Texas A&M 9-6. This week, vs. Colorado. Never mind that the Cornhuskers lost to Texas A&M. Bo Pelini looked like a mad man Saturday. Anybody else embarrassed for Nebraska fans? Me either. Good riddance. But if you’re going to go away, don’t go away mad, just go away …

Note: Sony should have its ass kicked. The blocked video is located here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H3btZNkOy8

2. OKLAHOMA STATE (10-1, 6-1): Last week, defeated Kansas 48-14. This week, vs. Oklahoma. Yes, I know Oklahoma State is the only one-loss team in the conference, but that one loss was at home to Nebraska so they stay at No. 2. Mike Gundy looks like a character straight out of “Top Gun” and the Cowboys’ game against Oklahoma is in the danger zone …

Note 2: Also blocked by the embed nazi assclowns at youtube. Here’s the link … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3rTTHlzWZ0. The rest of the clips in this blog are fine.

3. OKLAHOMA (9-2, 5-2): Last week, defeated Baylor 53-24. This week, at Oklahoma State. The Sooners finally looked good on the road, crushing a reeling Baylor team from the opening kickoff. OU has been outstanding in Norman, but mama, the Sooners aren’t coming home this week for arch rival OSU …

4. MISSOURI (9-2, 5-2): Last week, defeated Iowa State 14-0. This week, vs. Kansas. You knew this was coming. Missouri will have nightmares for a long time about that Texas Tech game. That lost will end up costing the Tigers a spot in the Big 12 championship game. So, the Tigers still haven’t found what they’re looking for (a conference championship) …

5. TEXAS A&M (8-3, 5-2): Last week, defeated Nebraska 9-6. This week, at Texas. Probably the hottest team in the conference right now and a three-point loss to Oklahoma State away from being in control in the South. But compared to where they were a few weeks ago, the Aggies are back in the high life again …

6. BAYLOR (7-5, 4-4): Last week, lost to Oklahoma 53-24. Regular season finished. Good thing the Bears wrapped up a bowl bid a few weeks ago because they have been awful lately. Talk about free falling …

7. KANSAS STATE (6-5, 3-5): Last week, lost to Colorado 44-36. This week, at North Texas. As I said last week, it’s a testament to good coaching that the Wildcats are eligible for a bowl. That defense is like watching Armageddon (it) …

8. IOWA STATE (5-7, 3-5): Last week, lost to Missouri 14-0. Season finished. Paul Rhoads came in a close second in the raving lunatic column to Pelini last weekend. The Cyclones have nobody to blame but themselves for not going bowling after an ill-advised gamble to go for two against Nebraska in overtime and a loss at Colorado. But, but a little patience ISU fans, Rhoads is a good coach …

9. TEXAS TECH (6-5, 3-5): Last week, defeated Weber State 64-21. This week, vs. Houston. Still trying to figure out Texas Tech’s schedule with two nonconference games in November. Tech did have an impact on the Big 12 race, likely costing MU a North title and beating Baylor. I still miss Mike Leach. This one’s for you …

10. TEXAS (5-6, 2-5): Last week, defeated Florida Atlantic 51-17. This week, vs. Texas A&M. What’s gotten into Mack Brown lately? It’s his players’ fault. It’s his coaches’ fault. How about it’s YOUR fault. There’s no excuse for having 50 five-star recruits on your roster and being 5-6. Give Longhorn fans something to believe in …

11. COLORADO (5-6, 2-5): Last week, defeated Kansas State 44-36. This week, at Nebraska. What’s gotten into the Buffs? Suddenly they’re one win from bowl eligibility, and they play their rival to gain that distinction. As for Dan Hawkins, pretty sure this is how CU fans feel ..

12. KANSAS (3-8, 1-6): Last week, lost to Oklahoma State 48-14. This week, vs. Missouri. Kansas returned to form last week, taking a beating against Oklahoma State. Of course, the Jayhawks can still ruin their arch rival’s season next week, especially if Colorado upsets Nebraska. Still, I suspect this is how the Hawks will feel Saturday …

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Week 2, “Dumb and Dumber” edition: http://tinyurl.com/2aamn56 

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Week 4, “Ace Ventura” edition: http://tinyurl.com/24gqo3m

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Week 10, “Caddyshack” edition: http://tinyurl.com/2vp6g5o

Week 11, “There’s Something About Mary” edition: http://tinyurl.com/394rf5e

Big 12 rankings, Week 11: There’s Something About Mary edition

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College football is unpredictable, if nothing else. How else do you explain: Iowa State losing to Nebraska by one, then Colorado by 20? Nebraska losing to Texas, then blasting Oklahoma State and Missouri?  Texas A&M losing by three touchdowns at home to Missouri, then beating Oklahoma by two touchdowns? So it goes.

Nebraska’s one win (or a Missouri loss) away from wrapping up the North, but the Cornhuskers have work left to do with a trip to Texas A&M next.

This week’s rankings are sponsored by “There’s Something About Mary.”

1. NEBRASKA (9-1, 5-1): Last week, beat Kansas 20-3. This week, at Texas A&M. The Cornhuskers have shown the propensity to play to the level of competition. They better Saturday, because Texas A&M is white hot. Bo Pelini? For some reason, he reminds me of this guy …

2. OKLAHOMA STATE (9-1, 5-1): Last week, beat Texas 33-16. This week, at Kansas. In theory, the Cowboys could clinch the South this week. A win over Kansas, plus Oklahoma and Texas A&M losses would lock it up. Give offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen credit. The man can coach. And Mike Gundy? This is definitely him …

3. OKLAHOMA (8-2, 4-2): Last week, beat Texas Tech 45-7. This week, at Baylor. If only the Sooners could play all of their games at home, where they’ve been dominant. Kind of like a hopped-up dog …

4. MISSOURI (8-2, 4-2): Last week, beat Kansas State 38-28. This week, at Iowa State. Sigh, that Texas Tech game. It’s not a stretch to think the Tigers lost the North at Tech, not in Lincoln. But, at least Missouri revived its season like this …

5. TEXAS A&M (7-3, 4-2): Last week, beat Baylor 42-30. This week, vs. Nebraska. Funny how things work out. Jerrod Johnson was the preseason All-Big 12 quarterback, but his backup, Ryan Tannehill, has salvaged the Aggies’ season. Think A&M wishes they could have that 38-35 loss to Oklahoma State back? Actually, the first half of the Aggies’ season went like this …

6. BAYLOR (7-4, 4-3): Last week, lost to Texas A&M 42-30. This week, vs. Oklahoma. Hey, at least the Bears are bowl-eligible, even if those South title hopes went up in smoke. Oh, Baylor, why do you build me up? …

7. KANSAS STATE (6-4, 3-4): Last week, lost to Missouri 38-28. This week, at Colorado. Saturday was the first time I’ve watched a K-State game from start to finish. All I can say is Bill Snyder has done a hell of a job getting this team to six wins. …

8. IOWA STATE (5-6, 3-4): Last week, lost to Colorado 34-14. This week, vs. Missouri. Seriously, Iowa State? You need one win to be bowl-eligible and you lose to Colorado by three touchdowns? I don’t care if you lose your starting quarterback. Awful, just awful. Have you seen my bowl game? Probably not this year …

9. TEXAS TECH (5-5, 3-5): Last week, lost to Oklahoma 45-7. This week, vs. Weber State. Never mind the Red Raiders’ season. Why are you playing Weber State and Houston AFTER the Big 12 schedule? Anyway, Tech fans want to do this with Tommy Tuberville …

10. TEXAS (4-6, 2-5): Last week, lost to Oklahoma State 33-16. This week, vs. Florida Atlantic. I don’t care how much the Longhorns lost from last season, there is no excuse for a team with this much talent to be this bad. Their year has been like this (0:36 mark) …

11. KANSAS (3-7, 1-5): Last week, lost to Nebraska 20-3. This week, vs. Oklahoma State. Kansas actually played relatively well against the Cornhuskers. The Jayhawks just aren’t very good. This clip, well, it has no meaning here. But you can’t do a blog on this movie without including it …

12. COLORADO (4-6, 1-5): Last week, beat Iowa State 34-14. This week, vs. Kansas State. Yes, Dan Hawkins was that bad. His run at CU was full of bloopers …

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Big 12 rankings, Week 10: The Caddyshack edition

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Questions abound. Like, where might Texas A&M be if the Aggies had switched quarterbacks earlier? Or, what in the hell was Paul Rhoads thinking? Has Oklahoma lost its edge? And, finally, is Dave Yost the worst offensive coordinator in college football?

The answers? 1. Probably in the driver’s seat in the South. 2. Nobody can answer that. Kick the PAT. You’re at home. 3. Yes. 4. Absolutely.

This week’s rankings are brought to you by Caddyshack.

1. NEBRASKA (8-1, 4-1): Last week, defeated Iowa State 31-30. This week, vs. Kansas. Funny how fast things change. At one point Saturday, it looked like the Huskers were going to throw away the Big 12 North. Now the division race is over. It’s sad NU is going to waltz into the title game, then bolt. But, give the Huskers credit. Big hitters, this year, the Huskers …

2. OKLAHOMA STATE (8-1, 4-1): Last week, defeated Baylor 55-28. This week, at Texas. Who needs defense when you score at will? That rout of Baylor was one of the most impressive wins in conference play this season. OSU has come out of nowhere, tears in their eyes I guess …

3. OKLAHOMA (7-2, 3-2): Last week, lost to Texas A&M 33-19. This week, vs. Texas Tech. Remember when the Sooners were feared? Stunning how ordinary this team looks on the road. They were something before electricity …

4. MISSOURI (7-2, 3-2): Last week, lost to Texas Tech 24-17. This week, vs. Kansas State. Meltdowns are nothing new to Missouri fans. Public Enemy No. 1 right now in Columbia is offensive coordinator Dave Yost. How in the hell to you throw for 95 yards against that hideous defense?!?! Tiger fans are this mad …

5. BAYLOR (7-3, 4-2): Last week, lost to Oklahoma State 55-28. This week, vs. Texas A&M. The Bears showed they weren’t ready for the big state Saturday, getting hammered with a chance to take control of the South. That loss must have been like a shot to the …

6. KANSAS STATE (6-3, 3-3): Last week, defeated Texas 39-14. This week, at Missouri. Yes, Texas is really bad, but the Wildcats were impressive last week. In fact, the way the two teams are going, I’ll be surprised if the Wildcats don’t win Saturday in Columbia. Bill Snyder is wise, maybe even this wise …

7. TEXAS A&M (6-3, 3-2): Last week, defeated Oklahoma 33-19. This week, at Baylor. The Aggies are a three-point loss at Oklahoma State, a game they should have won, away from leading the Big 12 South. As for beating Oklahoma lately, it’s no big deal …

8. IOWA STATE (5-5, 3-3): Last week, lost to Nebraska 31-30. This week, at Colorado. Paul Rhoads has been a great job in Ames, really has, and he gets credit for having the stones to go for the win Saturday against Nebraska. BUT, you’re playing at home, all the pressure is on Nebraska. KICK THE PAT. The Cyclones wasted a shot at the club record …

9. TEXAS TECH (5-4, 3-4): Last week, defeated Missouri 24-17. This week, at Oklahoma. That smirk on Tommy Tuberville’s face Saturday was there because Missouri’s so predictable even he could figure out what the Tigers were doing. It’s been a long season in Lubbock, but it looks like the Red Raiders are going to be bowl eligible …

10. TEXAS (4-5, 2-4): Last week, lost to Kansas State 39-14. This week, vs. Oklahoma State. Wow, talk about the wheels coming off. One year after playing for a national title, the Longhorns may not even qualify for a bowl. The rest of us are laughing. Our ship has come in …

11. KANSAS (3-6, 1-4): Last week, defeated Colorado 52-45. This week, at Nebraska. Kansas has had a strange, mostly terrible season. Despite some embarrassing low lights, there have been some highlights like beating Georgia Tech and wiping out a 28-point deficit against Colorado. Turner Gill plans to throw a pool party soon for the Jayhawks. No beers, no women, no cell phones and curfew is 9 p.m. …

12. COLORADO (3-6, 0-5): Last week, lost to Kansas 52-45. This week, vs. Iowa State. Just wow. A 35-point fourth quarter against possibly the worst team in Big 12 history. If Dan Hawkins wasn’t raking in millions, you’d almost feel sorry for him. Colorado’s season has gone boom …

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Week 2, “Dumb and Dumber” edition: http://tinyurl.com/2aamn56 

Week 3, “Napoleon Dynamite” edition: http://tinyurl.com/23rrux5 

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Week 9, Cartoon villain edition: http://tinyurl.com/3yk2xsf

Big 12 rankings, Week 9: The cartoon villain edition

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Texas. That’s what may end up standing between Nebraska and a shot at a national title this season after the Cornhuskers whipped Missouri in a game that likely wrapped up the Big 12 North.

So what did we learn in last week? Well, Missouri got Pinkeled again. Or maybe it was Yosted or Steckeled. Either way, the Tigers got outcoached (again) in a huge game. The Oklahoma win two weeks ago goes a long way, but not showing up the following week against a hated rival lessens the impact of that victory.

This week’s rankings are brought to you by cartoon villains.

1. NEBRASKA (7-1, 3-1): Last week, defeated Missouri 31-17. This week, at Iowa State. How in the hell did the Cornhuskers lose to Texas at home? That first-quarter performance against Missouri was as good as Nebraska has looked in years. So why am I comparing Nebraska to this guy? Well, because I like needling Nebraska fans, who remind me of him …

2. MISSOURI (7-1, 3-1): Last week, lost at Nebraska 31-17. This week, at Texas Tech. It’d be easy to say Missouri got outcoached (it did) and outplayed (it did), but Nebraska was just plain better. That said, any Missouri fan disappointed in a 7-1 record and possible 11-1 regular season is, well, an idiot. That said, the Tigers’ coaching staff looked a lot like this guy Saturday …

3. OKLAHOMA (7-1, 3-1): Last week, defeated Colorado 43-10. This week, at Texas A&M. Any other year, you figure the Sooners are going to waltz into the Big 12 title game. Suddenly though, those back-to-back road games against Baylor and Oklahoma State look daunting. But, hey, OU has the best coach in the league, so we’ll compare Bob Stoops to this guy, the best cartoon villain …

4. BAYLOR (7-2, 4-1): Last week, defeated Texas 30-22. This week, at Oklahoma State. Good for Baylor. After years of misery, the Bears have a legit shot at playing for a Big 12 title. Winning this week in Stillwater would go a long way to making that happen. I really have nothing against Baylor, but come on, 20 years to contend? That’s Skeletoresque …

5. OKLAHOMA STATE (7-1, 3-1): Last week, defeated Kansas State 24-14. This week, vs. Baylor. Despite having an awful defense, the Cowboys are in the driver’s seat to win the division with home games against Baylor and Oklahoma State. Let’s hope Justin Blackmon learned his lesson and stops acting like this …

Note: My old man once referred to these fellas as Bursitis and Butt-head. You can’t make that up.

6. KANSAS STATE (5-4, 2-3): Last week, lost to Oklahoma State 24-14. This week, vs. Texas. This is probably a little too high for the Wildcats right now, but the bottom six really is a muddled mess. Ladies and gentleman, Bill Snyder …

7. TEXAS A&M (5-3, 2-2): Last week, defeated Texas Tech  45-27. This week, vs. Oklahoma. How’s this for a closing stretch: Vs. Oklahoma, at Baylor, vs. Nebraska, at Texas. That spells 5-7. Aggie fans are soon to be angry, if they aren’t already, kind of like this guy …

8. IOWA STATE (5-4, 3-2): Last week, defeated Kansas 28-16. This week, vs. Nebraska. Paul Rhoads continues to do solid work in Ames. Getting this team to a bowl game, which seems likely with a game remaining against Colorado, with that schedule is impressive. Very Cobra Commanderish (I always thought Cobra Commander was badass, even if he never won) …

9. TEXAS (4-4, 2-3): Last week, lost to Baylor 30-22. This week, at Kansas State. One year removed from playing for a national title, the Longhorns need to split their final four games just to qualify for a bowl game. Mack Brown, you’re coaching like this …

10. TEXAS TECH (4-4, 2-4): Last week, lost to Texas A&M 45-27. This week, vs. Missouri. The Red Raiders host Missouri, then play at Oklahoma, meaning they could need to win their final two games to be bowl-eligible. Tech’s defense has been about as effective as thees guys were against Optimus Prime …

11. COLORADO (3-5, 0-4): Last week, lost to Oklahoma 43-10. This week, at Kansas. The good news? The Buffaloes have Kansas, Iowa State and Kansas State next. The bad news? They’re playing as well as this guy …

12. KANSAS (2-6, 0-4): Last week, lost to Iowa State 28-16. This week, vs. Colorado. Here’s your chance to avoid a winless Big 12 season, Jayhawks. As for your cartoon alter ego …

Looking for previous Big 12 rankings? …

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Week 2, “Dumb and Dumber” edition: http://tinyurl.com/2aamn56 

Week 3, “Napoleon Dynamite” edition: http://tinyurl.com/23rrux5 

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