With all the weekend games taking place on Saturday, we proudly reveal an early addition of The Weekend in Big 12 Hoops. See all scores, recaps and players of the game after The Jump.
But first... Kansas-Texas Tech highlights
Oklahoma - 66
Missouri - 61
in Norman, OK
Willie Warren scored 21 points, Cade Davis had his first double-double with 15 points and a career-high 11 rebounds and Oklahoma overcame a sloppy start to beat Missouri 66-61 on Saturday.
(3) Kansas - 89
Texas Tech - 63
in Lawrence, KS
Marcus Morris has heard the same things almost since the day he arrived at Kansas: You're too soft, you're not competing, you're not playing hard enough.
It wasn't just the coaches, either. Teammates, even friends and family were getting on him and his twin brother, Markieff.
More and more, it seems Marcus is listening. Active and aggressive for the second straight game, Morris had 20 points and eight rebounds to help No. 3 Kansas overcome a sloppy start for an 89-63 rout of Texas Tech on Saturday.
Baylor - 83
Oklahoma St - 70
in Waco, TX
LaceDarius Dunn was called for two fouls in a four-second span. Instead of letting his frustration get the best of him in a tight game, Dunn went on a scoring spurt that put No. 22 Baylor ahead to stay.
Dunn scored nine of his 25 points in a four-minute span after his fouls, including the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 11 minutes left in the 83-70 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday.
(12) Kansas St. - 87
Colorado - 81
in Boulder, CO
The Kansas State Wildcats swear they prepared for upset-minded Colorado on the road the same way they will get ready to face top-ranked Texas at home Monday night.
If they are going to have a shot at beating the Longhorns, they will have to shore up some things, coach Frank Martin insisted after No. 13 Kansas State's foul-filled 87-81 victory Saturday.
Player of the Game: Cory Higgins, Colorado 30 pts, 4 reb.
(1) Texas - 72
Texas A&M - 67
in Austin, TX
Texas knew life at the top would be tough, and the Longhorns' first week at No. 1 was every bit as hard as they expected.
Damion James scored 26 points, including seven in overtime, and the top-ranked Longhorns rallied for a rugged 72-67 win over Texas A&M on Saturday night.
Player of the Game: Damion James, Texas, 26 pts,12 reb.
Iowa St - 56
Nebraska - 53
in Lincoln, NE
Marquis Gilstrap scored 15 points and Iowa State held Nebraska to just two field goals and two free throws in the final 10 1/2 minutes to break a 16-game Big 12 road losing streak with a 56-53 victory on Saturday night.
Diante Garrett banked in a jumper from the wing to break a 51-51 tie and Craig Brackens followed with a dunk.
Player of the Game: Marquis Gilstrap, Iowa St, 15 pts, 12 reb.