Big 12 superlatives: Week 1
SEP 01, 2013 5:52p ET
Best offensive play: Reginald Davis, WR, Texas Tech. Maybe you didn't see the late score in Texas Tech's 41-23 win over SMU, but Davis caught a short pass, broke a couple tackles, reversed field, made a couple others miss and got into the end zone for the 22-yard score, sending the Tech sideline into a frenzy. Heck of a debut for the redshirt freshman.
Best defensive play: Chris McAllister, DE, Baylor. The Bears' playmaker on the front line managed to tip Wofford QB Michael Weimer's pass to himself, haul it in and race 25 yards for a touchdown to give the Bears a 28-0 lead at the end of the first quarter in their 69-3 win over Wofford.
Worst decision: Colton Chelf, ex-Oklahoma State receiver. Pokes QB Clint Chelf's older brother most famously caught a near game-clinching pass in the Fiesta Bowl win over Andrew Luck and Stanford, but found himself in hot water on Saturday after criticizing OSU coach Mike Gundy on Twitter. "2 series lol," he tweeted, including Gundy's Twitter handle. "Your a chicken s---." Less than an hour after posting the tweet, he deleted it, but the tweet caught attention from national sites and detracted from a good win from OSU. Blame playcalling or whoever you want, but Chelf wasn't playing well on the opening two drives. Walsh took advantage of his opportunity. Gundy's not in a position to worry about who's playing how much in a game like that. He's trying to win at any cost. And in any situation, grammatical errors never help "you're" argument.