Gameday: Iowa State @ Texas Tech

Feel free to post in the comment section so I'm not just talking to myself...

Opponent: #40 Texas Tech (4-1, 1-0 Big 12)
Date: Oct. 6, 2007 | 6:00 p.m.
Listen:  CRN |  Yahoo! Audio | Sirius: 130
TV: None
Stadium: Jones AT&T Stadium (53,000), Lubbock, Texas
Opponent's Blog: Double T Nation

The Cyclones come in as heavy 25 point underdogs. Expect Iowa State to try an emulate their early strategy against Nebraska against the Raiders, trying to own time of possession in an effort to slow down the opposing offense. JJ Bass is still questionable, and Jason Scales is expected to get the starting nod. Expect Marquis Hamilton to again start the game, and Caleb Berg is also a possibility at strong safety.

Please use this thread to discuss today's games, including ISU's matchup.

Games to Watch (and we might as well use this thread to talk about those too):
All rankings courtesy of the BlogPoll.

11:00 - #29 Kansas @ #22 Kansas State
2:30 - #11 Oklahoma vs. # 19 Texas
6:00 - #36 Colorado @ Baylor
6:40 - Oklahoma State @ #45 Texas A&M
8:15 - #27 Nebraska @ #15 Missouri

Yes, bloggers are pretty high on some Big 12 teams right now.

Happy football.

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