Well, well. Hasn't the Big 12 been cruising under the radar for the first eight weeks of the season? You know about Kansas. Maybe heard a word or two on Baylor and Oklahoma State. And the Myck Kabongo suspension got a lot of pub. But in terms of this newly formed 10-team setup? Not much so far. So let's get to twisting your noodle on what the Big 12 has in store for the next two months.
The Big 12 is a big man's league, and Baylor's Isaiah Austin, K-State's Jordan Henriquez, West Virginia's Deniz Kilicli and Oklahoma's Amath M'Baye could determine the fate of their respective squads in conference play.