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Big 12 football predictions and schedule for every Week 13 game. In what could be his last game at Texas, Charlie Strong will hope to get the Longhorns bowl eligible as they face TCU.


Last week’s loss to Kansas all but sealed the fate of Charlie Strong at Texas, as it is expected that the Longhorn head coach will be fired after the team’s final regular season game this Friday. Win or lose, Strong would finish career with the worst win percentage of any coach and Texas history, having already compiled a 16-20 record. That doesn’t mean the Longhorns don’t have anything to play for against TCU, however. Texas needs a win over the Horned Frogs to gain bowl eligibility, and running back D’Onta Foreman needs 262 yards to break Ricky Williams’ single-season program rushing record.

The Horned Frogs would also gain bowl eligbility with a win over the Longhorns, and continue Gary Patterson’s success against Texas since joining the Big 12. Since Strong took over in Austin, Patterson and Co. have outscored their in-state rivals 98-17 over two meetings. Overall the Horned Frogs are 3-1 against the Longhorns, including 2-0 in Austin, since they joined the conference in 2012. However, you have to go back to 1938 to find the last time TCU had longer than a two-game winning streak against Texas. Coincidentally, that year was also the last time the Longhorns had lost to Kansas before this past Saturday.

With Bedlam not until Week 14, the rest of the Week 13 slate lacks the stakes found even in the Texas/TCU matchup. Kansas will look to buuld on its win over the Longhorns when they travel to face in-state rival Kansas State. The Jayhawks haven’t won two straight against FBS teams since 2009, and that streak will probably continue given their 4-16 record against the Wildcats since the innagural Big 12 season in 1996.

Below is the full Week 13 Big 12 football schedule, as well as predictions for each game.

Week 13 Big 12 Football Predictions & Schedule

TCU at Texas

Date: Friday, November 25
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: DKR Texas Memorial Stadium
Broadcast: FS1

Pick: Texas
Preview and Score Prediction: TCU vs. Texas

Baylor at Texas Tech

Date: Friday, November 25
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: AT&T Stadium
Broadcast: ESPN

Pick: Baylor
Preview and Score Prediction: Baylor vs. Texas Tech

Kansas at Kansas State

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Billy Snyder Family Stadium
Broadcast: FS1

Pick: Kansas State
Preview and Score Prediction: Kansas vs. Kansas State

West Virginia at Iowa State

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: Jack Trice Stadium
Broadcast: FS1

Pick: Iowa State
Preview and Score Prediction: West Virginia vs. Iowa State

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