How the big losers weigh in on the biggest sports story of the year

FourFourtwo has partnered with The Score, which publishes The Score sports content for and other partners, to provide the latest analysis on the Big 12 football title game.

We’ve done our homework and compiled the biggest losers of the weekend.

Here’s what they had to say.1.

Oklahoma State – No. 2 Oklahoma State has lost five straight games, and coach Mike Gundy’s squad is in need of some help.

After beating Texas A&M on Saturday, the Cowboys went into a bye week.

Now, Oklahoma State’s win streak is tied for second-longest in the country.

But the Sooners have lost to Alabama, Michigan, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Oklahoma State.

The Sooners are 1-2 in the Big Ten, with the second-best record in the conference at 8-4.


Kansas – Kansas State has been to seven straight bowl games.

After going 0-5 in the nonconference slate, the Wildcats are in position to go 6-2 this season.

The Jayhawks are ranked No. 1 in the AP Poll and No. 3 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll.

The Wildcats are No. 11 in the CBS Sports Top 25.

Kansas State is 0-2 against top-25 teams this season, including a 10-3 defeat to No. 10 Florida State in the Orange Bowl.3.

Clemson – The Tigers are undefeated in the ACC, but it won’t get any easier.

The Tigers have lost five consecutive games, which includes a three-game losing streak in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Clemson is ranked No: 7 in the Associated Press and No: 5 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.

The Clemson defense has allowed opponents to score at least 150 yards on just four occasions this season (Week 8 at Miami, Week 13 at Virginia Tech, Week 17 vs. Miami and Week 21 vs. North Carolina).4.

Florida State – The Seminoles are undefeated at home, with wins over Florida and Kentucky.

The Seminole defense has held opponents to a combined 21 points on the ground in the past three games, but the defense has struggled in games where they’ve lost.

Florida’s offensive success has been on the defensive side of the ball, which has hurt the Seminoles offense.

The defense has given up at least 35 points to eight different opponents this season and only has six touchdowns allowed to 10 different opponents.5.

TCU – The Horned Frogs have lost four straight games and are 2-6 on the season.

TCU has won three straight games but has lost its past two.

The Frogs are 1, 7-1 in the American Athletic Conference.

The Horns are 3-2 when scoring 10 points or more.6.

Notre Dame – The Fighting Irish have won their past two games, including victories over Texas A &M and Texas Tech.

The Fighting Illini are 7-2 all-time against ranked teams in the AAC, including wins over LSU, Ole Miss and Auburn.7.

Auburn – The SEC West champions have lost three straight and are 3:1 against Power 5 conference opponents this year.

The Titans have lost consecutive games to Alabama and Clemson.

The last time the Tigers lost three consecutive games was on Oct. 2, 2014 against the LSU Tigers.8.

LSU – The Rebels are 1:1 this season against Power Five opponents, including the Power Five.

LSU is 1-0 against Power Four teams in SEC play.

The only loss came against Arkansas on Saturday.

The Rebels lost to No, 9 Oklahoma State on Saturday and will face No. 4 Oklahoma in the BCS title game on Dec. 6.9.

Arizona – The Wildcats have won five straight, but have dropped four of five.

The Arizona Wildcats are 5-1 all-times against Power Six opponents and 1-1 against Pac-12 opponents.10.

Tennessee – The Volunteers have won three of four, but are 1.5-1 vs. Power 5 teams this year and 2-2 vs. Pac-10 teams.

The Vols have a 5-3 record against Power 6 teams, with losses to No., 5 Stanford and No, 8 UCLA.11.

Oklahoma – The Soonies have won seven straight games.

The Oklahoma Soonies are 3.5 the all- time against Power five opponents, and have lost two straight.

The most recent loss came to No: 1 USC on Saturday night.

The previous loss was to No.: 1 Texas on Oct 31.12.

Texas Tech – The Red Raiders have won six straight games with their three-time Big 12 championship team.

The Red Raider offense has averaged more than 70 points per game this season with its most recent 100-point outburst coming against No. 8 USC on Oct 16.

The Tech offense has scored at least 300 yards in seven consecutive games and scored at or near the end of the fourth quarter twice.13.

Georgia Tech – Georgia Tech is 0:1 all time against the SEC East,