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Big 12 basketball standings for Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021

The Big 12 Conference tournament court is pictured Thursday, March 12, 2020, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Standings and schedule are current as of 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. Sorted by win-loss percentage.


Big 12 Men's Basketball Standings

TeamBig 12Overall
Baylor9-017-0
Oklahoma8-413-5
Kansas9-515-7
Texas7-413-5
West Virginia7-414-6
Texas Tech6-514-6
Oklahoma St.7-614-6
TCU4-611-8
Kansas St.1-125-17
Iowa St.0-122-15

Tuesday's Games

TCU at Texas Tech, ppd.

Oklahoma State 74, Iowa State 58

Wednesday's Games

Kansas at Kansas State, 7 p.m.

Thursday's Games

Texas at Oklahoma, TBA

Texas Tech at TCU, TBA

West Virginia at Baylor, ppd.


Big 12 Women's Basketball Standings

TeamBig 12Overall
Baylor11-116-2
West Virginia10-316-3
Oklahoma St.11-415-6
Iowa State9-513-8
Texas8-514-6
Oklahoma5-78-9
Texas Tech4-119-12
Kansas3-97-11
TCU3-108-10
Kansas State1-106-12

Sunday's Games

Baylor 60, Texas 35

Wednesday's Games

Kansas State at Oklahoma State, 3 p.m.

Texas at TCU, ppd.

West Virginia at Baylor, ppd.

Texas Tech at Oklahoma, ppd.

Iowa State at Kansas, 7 p.m.


Source: Big 12 Conference website

Comments

Eliott Reeder

Matt, Benton... or anyone... please break down the logic of how the Big 12 plans to decide the winner of this year's league title? Say, for example, Kansas wins out and finishes 13-5, or OU wins out and ends up 13-4. If Baylor loses one or two of their last games and is 10-2, or 11-1, or even wins out and ends up 12-0, who wins the league? The team with the most wins or the fewest losses? Why would teams be penalized for actually playing all their games, possibly up to 6 more than Baylor? And why would Baylor be granted the title having rested half the season? The only three teams in the league that Baylor will have managed to play twice (other than KU) are in the bottom four: OSU, ISU, and KSU. They will have only played most of the top teams in the league once (UT, WVU, OU, TT). Granted, they beat them all, but it’s still weird to get to rest your team a full third of the league season and not have a HUGE asterisk next to that title. KU & OU both already have an equal number of league WINS than Baylor has scheduled games left to be played.

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Eliott Reeder

Even if based on win/loss percentage, as you guys have sorted the list above, it is still incredibly unfair. KU would obviously have a much better win/loss percentage if we had just decided to skip our second games against OU and WVU, and opt out of our trip to UT next week in order to rest up and prep for the final game against Baylor at home.

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