DeMarco Murray and Ryan Broyles have been sharp for OU.

It may be week 3 coming up.  We may not have released a complete list of preseason power rankings or followed them up with more rankings last week.  But, we say its never too late to get into the ranking game!  As Marc Stein says for his ESPN NBA power rankings, this is a committee of one. So, here are my rankings for the Big 12 after two weeks of action.

1. Texas (2-0) Win vs. Wyoming 34-7.  Next @Texas Tech.

After struggling a little early on against Wyoming, Texas finally got it going behind the arm of Garrett Gilbert. He’s looking like a solid replacement for McCoy.  Interesting matchup this week as the Horns are at Texas Tech.

2. Oklahoma (2-0) Win vs. Florida State 47-17.  Next vs. Air Force.

Wow, what a statement by the Sooners against a highly regarded Florida State team. Ryan Broyles is proving to be the WR in the Big 12. Landry Jones put up his best numbers to date: 30-40, 380, and 4TD. And then there’s DeMarco Murray… FSU slowed him down but he still had 2 TD.  OU may move ahead of Texas to grab the top spot if they perform like that again next week vs. Air Force.

3. Nebraska (2-0) Win vs. Idaho 38-17.  Next @Washington.

Taylor Martinez hasn’t thrown for a TD in either of his first two starts as Nebraska’s QB, but who cares since he has rushed for 5. Martinez is looking similar to Denard Robinson, as the Freshman has rushed for 284 yards over Nebraska’s first two wins. Regardless, I still like Washington over Nebraska this week.

4. Mizzou (2-0) Win vs. McNeese State 50-6.  Next vs. San Diego State.

Has a star been born in Henry Josey? Let’s not go there yet, but Josey’s performance sure leads me to think Coach Pinkel will be calling his number a little more often. Gabbert was efficient as usual in the win over McNeese State and the defense looks good, but then again, Mizzou is yet to face a legitimate offense.

5. Texas A&M (2-0) Win vs. Louisiana Tech 48-16.  Next vs. Florida International.

A&M’s schedule is a joke in the early weeks and they have another cupcake this week in FIU. We will begin to find out how good this team actually is when they play OK State on September 30.  Jerrod Johnson has looked incredible thus far.

6. Texas Tech (2-0) Win vs. New Mexico 52-17.  Next vs. Texas.

Even with all the talk of Tubberville turning to the run, this program is just destined to be a passing one. And why not? While the ground game continues to develop, Taylor Potts has put up big numbers through the air. 7 Potts TD's in Tech’s first two games will excite anyone who thought the pass happy Leach era was over.

7. Kansas State (2-0) Win vs. Missouri State 48-24.  Next vs. Iowa State.

Bill Snyder followed up his big week one win over UCLA with another solid performance against undermatched Missouri State. If Daniel Thomas continues to run the way he has (371 yards and 4 TD) then the Cat offense could be tough to stop.

8. Oklahoma State (2-0) Win vs. Troy 41-38.  Next vs. Tulsa.

Kendall Hunter has rushed for 414 yards and 6 TD’s in OK State’s first two games, but the fact that this team only beat Troy by three raises some questions.

9. Baylor (2-0) Win vs. Buffalo 34-6.  Next @TCU.

Robert Griffin III is looking great again after an injury plagued 2009 season, but this team has absolutely no chance of beating TCU on Saturday.

10. Kansas (1-1) Win vs. Georgia Tech 28-25.  Next @Southern Mississippi.

How does a team lose to North Dakota State in the ugliest way possible, 6-3, and then beat up on a supposedly good No. 15 Georgia Tech team the following week? I have no idea. But maybe, just maybe, this Kansas team isn’t as bad as everyone thought.Still, it should be a rollercoaster year for Kansas throughout the season.

11. Iowa State (1-1) Loss @Iowa 35-7. Next vs. Kansas State.

Austen Arnaud has 5 INT in two games. That is no good for the Ames bunch. If he plays as bad this week against K-State as he did last week against Iowa, the Cyclones don’t have a chance.

12. Colorado (1-1) Loss @California 52-7.  Next vs. Hawaii.

I know Colorado is a beautiful state. Boulder is nice and I have heard the school is a fun time, but why again does the Pac-10 want Colorado to join? Must be the money, as is always the case with college football. This team (and program) is reeling after a 52-7 beat down from future Pac-10 foe California.