The Hot Seat Gets Hotter

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BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Some Big 12 coaches are finding themselves on the hot seat as the football season winds down.

Baylor players say they have tuned out the rumors surrounding coach Guy Morriss, and Morriss says he is focusing on trying to get his guys ready to play. He says the other stuff is beyond his control.

Baylor lost for the sixth straight time yesterday and is guaranteed a 12th straight losing season.

Meanwhile, Nebraska has lost five in a row for the first time since 1958. And yesterday's 76-39 loss saw the most points ever against the Cornhuskers.

Nebraska coach Bill Callahan says there are no words to explain the loss. He says he has to help the players get through it because it is a tough time for them.