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Big 12 Conference Report

November 15, 2009|Associated Press

No. 2 Texas 47, at Baylor 14: Colt McCoy tied the NCAA record for career victories by a starting quarterback, throwing two touchdown passes for the Longhorns. McCoy is 42-7 in his career, tying the wins record set by former Georgia quarterback David Greene. Texas reached 10 wins for the ninth straight season.

at No. 17 Oklahoma State 24, Texas Tech 17: Patrick Lavine scored on a 21-yard interception return, and the Cowboys came up with a final defensive stand to keep their slim hopes for a Big 12 championship alive. Oklahoma State piled up 207 yards on the ground after halftime and controlled the ball for 22 minutes.

Missouri 38, at Kansas State 12: Danario Alexander caught 10 passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns in his second monster game in as many weeks to lead the Tigers. In his last two games, Alexander has 414 yards receiving.

Nebraska 31, at Kansas 17: Roy Helu Jr. ran for 156 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Cornhuskers move into a tie atop the Big 12 North with Kansas State, which Nebraska plays next weekend in a key game to help determine the division winner.

at Oklahoma 65, Texas A&M 10: A week after throwing five interceptions, Landry Jones passed for a career-high 392 yards and five touchdowns as the Sooners had 640 yards in offense.

at Iowa State 17, Colorado 10: Austen Arnaud threw a pair of touchdown passes and Cyclones became bowl-eligible for the first time since 2005.

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