Kansas Football breaks down the Big 12 and talks about the past weekend in Big 12 football. For Hawaii to go BCS Bowling, Colt must have a clear head Hawaii is the other undefeated in the division formerly known as Division 1-A. The problem for the Warriors right now is that their quarterback Colt Brennan suffered a concussion and is questionable for the upcoming week(s). A Hawaii football blog is reporting that Brennan felt "almost 100%" at today's practice. I'm not sure if this is a media ploy, but the Warriors will need a 100% healthy Brennan if they want to go to a BCS Bowl game. The Buckeye's sloppy play even has Dr Addison scratching her head If you are a Big Ten fan you know this is the week to end all weeks. Yes it is the last week of play for the Big Ten but more importantly it is Ohio State vs Michigan week. The game got a little less important in the eyes of the nation after both teams lost last Saturday, but to these two schools, this game is as important as ever. The Men of Scarlet and Gray are already brushing off last week's loss to Illinois and trying to get everyone prepared for Michigan. Carr is looking to beat Buckeyes in his last game at the Big House Michigan on the other hand has an added reason to win the game against the Buckeyes. It is being reported that Lloyd Carr is going to announce his retirement after the Ohio State game. There was a lot of speculation at the beginning of the season that this would be Carr's last season, and early season losses to ASU and Oregon added more fuel to the fire. Carr has reportedly told the team, so I am sure they want to send him out a winner in his last game at the Big House. Plenty of good grades for the Huskers against Kansas State I like to pick on Nebraska, but I must commend them for putting a 70 spot on Kansas State last weekend, only one week after Kansas put over 70 points on the Huskers. Maybe the team hasn't quit on coach Callahan like many think. Husker Mike gives his report card for Nebraska for last week's game over at Corn Nation. Speaking of coaches on the hot seat, the grass roots campaign to fire Karl Dorrell is picking up steam. There is talk about taking ads out in the local paper and signs were even made and shown at College Game Day last week. If I were Dorrell I would want out of UCLA. Finally, my Top 5 for this week: 1. Oregon 2. LSU 3. Kansas 4. Oklahoma 5. MissouriKansas fans like to use intimidation on opposing teams The Kansas Jayhawks got past their toughest test of the year so far beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys. I admit I was a little skeptical about Kansas, mostly since I have not seen them play. They scored over 70 points against Nebraska and last week they put up 43 against the Cowboys. I firmly believe that if Kansas runs the table, they should play in the BCS title game. There is no reason why an undefeated team from the Big 12 should not play for the title, if that does happen, time to call the cops because the Jayhawks will have been robbed.