Big 12 announces kickoff times for Oct. 12 games

Kaiden Smith10/31/22
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The Big 12 conference has announced the kickoff times for their slate of week 11 via Twitter on Monday headed into week 10 of the college football season.

There will be five games and ten teams in action on October 12, in games that will likely have big conference championship implications as we near the conclusion of the regular season. All but one game will air live on a national television network, with two of the matchups still yet to be given their official network designation, which will be dependent on the MLB World Series schedule that is yet to be determined.

All three of the conference’s teams that are currently ranked in the Top 25 will be in action during week 11, and all of the weekend’s matchups can be seen below.

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Big 12 Week 11 kickoff times

Oklahoma and West Virginia will be kicking off week 11’s action, as the Mountaineers will host the Sooners in an 11 AM CT kickoff. Both teams got off to a slow start to the season in conference play and are headed in opposite directions lately, with Oklahoma fresh off of a two-game conference winning streak and West Virginia on a two-game losing skid. It will definitely be worth watching how each team plays in week 10 and if the Sooners can keep their momentum and if the Mountaineers can find some of their own.

At 2:30 PM CT one of the conference’s best quarterbacks will face their best defense as Oklahoma State faces Iowa State. Cowboy’s quarterback Spencer Sanders is one of the most experienced in all of college football, and a week 9 win over Kansas would set him up to surpass quarterback Mason Rudolph for the school record for wins if they can defeat Iowa State as well in two weeks.

The 6 PM time slot will feature two matchups, as the conference’s two teams from the state of Kansas will both make road trips to Texas to take on Baylor and Texas Tech. K State is fresh off of one of the most dominant performances of the season as they defeated Oklahoma State 48-0 in week 9, and will be looking to hang on to their ranking against the defending conference champion Baylor Bears.

The Big 12’s top-ranked and only undefeated team No. 7 TCU will finish out the week 11 schedule as they’ll take on Texas in a primetime, 6:30 PM CT matchup on ABC that’ll feature two of the nation’s top quarterback in Quinn Ewers and Max Duggan.