On most weeks of most seasons, the act of assembling Power Rankings to order the Big 12's best and worst is a quick, painless exercise. Records and top-25 rankings and head-to-heads typically make the conference's hierarchy obvious and agreeable.
To some extent, that still is true entering week 10 of this season. Baylor is the undisputed No. 1. The five teams at the bottom of the Big 12 standings each have losing records. The gap between the five best and five worst is a sizeable one.
But what about the four teams that remain? Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech sit proudly between the Bears and the bottom these days, each with a perfectly legitimate chance to win the Big 12
Until Baylor loses, the question will remain: Who's No. 2? Here's a look at how the four teams' respective resumes are shaping up and what challenges lie ahead.
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