The party concluded in the middle of the afternoon.

Two Big 12 games landed on either side of lofty totals on Saturday and left bettors frustrated. ESPN Stats & Information’s Rob Nelson takes a look at the weekend’s worst football bad beats.

The birthday party got rolling at 12:30 p.m. There were countless trips to the bathroom, drinks of water and other tasks required to satisfy the needs of candy-fueled 7-year-olds. One of the dads was trying to keep track of the NFL scores on his phone, but there certainly wasn’t much time for fantasy football.

The party concluded in the middle of the afternoon. On the ride home, cubsfan333 listened to Sirius radio, trying to get caught up on the scores and statistics. He was frazzled and still facing an after-party at his house.

But how about pushing it back to Week 10 or so? Week 12 even? Because this week has been a lot of fun.

Campbell has trained the Cyclones well. Some of them, in fact, seem only to grow more resolute in showing a hard-edged toughness as Iowa State adds to its win total.

Asked Saturday if he felt the win over TCU proved that Iowa State belonged in the Big 12 title race, running back David Montgomery answered without a moment of thought.

It’s Spurrier, and that legacy trampled Will Muschamp before it trampled McElwain, two head coaches who clearly lacked the offensive imagination to keep up.

Meanwhile, two hours down the highway in Orlando, Frost has done what Spurrier did in the early 1990s at Florida — transforming UCF into relevancy with an offense you can’t stop watching.

“We’re talking to both of them (Team Penske and Roush Fenway Racing), but we’ll be affiliated with a team next year.” The No. 32 team finished 38th in owner points, the lowest of teams with a charter. redskins_105_6f444ce429598e12-180x180

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