Next up is Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman.
On QB play: "I thought Ryan Tannehill's decision-making - using the game - was impeccable."
On keeping his players focused before the win over SMU on Sunday: "I thought there was a certian amount of boredom that set in."
Next up is Baylor coach Art Briles:
On concerns on defense in the Bears' win over TCU: "A bunch - no doubt. The bad thing is you can't let people run it down your throat and give them a short field."
On win over TCU: "The knocked us around a year ago and came knocking on our door to see if we wanted to do it again and we did."
Next up is Texas Tech coach Tommy Tubberville.
On Red Raiders' win over Texas State: "To only give up 10 points with that many rushing yards, I was pretty proud of our defense."
His grade given to QB Seth Doege, who made his first start on Saturday: "I'd say a low B or a B-. For a first game, obviously he was nervous.
On conference realignment: "We need leadership. Somebody to step out front and make all these decisions."
Next up is Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops.
- On going to the Pac 12: "I am for whatever our president and athletic director feel is best for the University of Oklahoma."
"It seems that is the direction the world is going, so if it is - so be it."
On Junior RB Dominique Whaley's performance against Tulsa on Saturday: "It is a great story of a guy that has worked into his position. He's worked his way into someone you can really count on."
First up is Texas coach Mack Brown. Here are some notes:
-On freshman RB Malcolm Brown's performance on Saturday, Mack Brown said he had fourth-most rushing yards for a freshman in Texas' history.
- On conference realignment: "I really just left that up to Bill Powers and DeLoss Dodds. We went through this last year and talked about it daily. Seems like there is about five different scenarios out there."
"I did not think it would come up again, I thought it was over for at least 10 years. We were told we could join any league in the country. We were also told we could go independent."
-- Matthew Reagan