First up is Texas coach Mack Brown:
Brown said the loss to K-State on Saturday came down to four or five plays.
"I think you've got to give Collin credit."
Brown said the defensive pressure the Horns got on Klein, who rushed for just four yards, was ample but he was able to make plays when needed, which was the difference.
"We've got to get our swagger back."
Brown said Texas A&M, Texas' opponent this week, does a great job of protecting the QB.
Brown said he was blown away by the upsets in college football last weekend.
"I've never seen that many upsets...I think it shows you there's a lot more parity than before."
Big 12 Players of the Week:
Offense: Baylor QB Robert Griffin III, who was 21 of 34 for a school-record 479 yds and 4 TDs in the Bears' win over Oklahoma on Saturday. Griffin also ran for 72 yds.
Defense: A.J. Klein, LB, Iowa State, who had 14 tackles, a forced fumble and a QB hurry that led to an INT in the Cyclones' upset over Oklahoma State on Friday.
Special teams: Texas A&M DB/return man Dustin Harris set a school record with 162 punt return yards against Kansas, including a 72-yarder that went for a TD.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops up next:
Stoops said the opportunity to still be Big 12 champions again is motivation for his team.
"To be honest with you, that's something I talk about from the beginning of the season."
On a conference being limited to a certain number of representatives in BCS bowls, Stoops said it might need to be looked at but it usually works itself out.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is up next:
Gundy said turnovers and a couple big plays were the difference in the Cowboys' loss to Iowa State on Friday.
"They did a nice job of forcing us into turnovers."
Gundy said his team shouldn't need motivation but probably got some from the fact the Cowboys only fell two spots to No. 4 in the BCS rankings.
Gundy said he is a "big believer" in the BCS system but that there should be a point where the top teams in th country should have an opportunity to play in the title game, no matter what conference they are in.
On the tragedy with the Oklahoma State women's basketball team:
"I was in shock...We had to start making decisions on how to approach the team...I didn't feel like there was anything I could do or say to make anybody feel better..."
Gundy said he didn't know of any discussions about canceling the football game with Iowa State.
Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles and USC's Robert Woods were named Biletnikoff Award finalists today.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel, suspended last week after pleading guilty to DUI, is not on the conference call this week. Mizzou assistant coach Dave Steckel taking his place.
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville is up next:
Tuberville said he had read about potential problems with the turf at Missouri's Memorial Stadium but said he hadn't noticed too much of a difference. He said there was chatter about the field being replaced soon.
On the mood of the team: "It's been tough all year...We have no excuses...We do have something to play for and we've got a lot of things in front of us."
Tuberville said the only thing his team has been playing for is to get bowl-eligible and for the seniors.
"It doesn't seem like a lot but it is a lot for 12 or 15 guys who have been playing football their whole life and it's about to come to an end."
Playing in Cowboys Stadium this weekend against Baylor is a big deal for his team.
Next up is Baylor coach Art Briles:
Briles said his team's focus was winning on a conference game against Oklahoma.
He said Saturday's performance was "another day at the office" for QB Robert Griffin III.
Briles said his recruiting class was pretty much full and committed to this point and he feels good about them but that the win over Oklahoma might help down the stretch with recruiting.
Next up is Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman:
On what could be the Aggies' last game with Texas for the foreseeable future, Sherman said the game is an entity unto itself.
"We are realistic - we know this game stands by itself regardless of what happened last week."
Sherman said Aggies RB Cyrus Gray has a stress fracture and is day to day. Said they have done treatment on the shoulder and Gray would be reevaluated in the coming days.