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Yesterday this post said “Breeden vs. Luck.” I understand typos and tend to shy away from criticizing them because I have my fair share on this site, but that’s pretty egregious. (CBS Sports)

“… and by a defense that was ultimately every bit as porous as its critics suggested.” (Dr. Saturday)

Potential Christmas gift? (O-State Photo)

Speaking of Christmas gifts, you should be buying this for your dad, boyfriend, son, mom, grandpa, sister, whoever wants it. It’s going to be outstanding and yes I’ll make a cameo or two. Here’s a terrific preview of what it’s going to look like. (OSU Book)

Pretty cool, interactive look at the Harris poll. (Interworks)

OSU notched the most points off turnovers in the (albeit short) history of the stat this year. (ESPN Insider)

The Hatter endorses Gundy for coach of the year. (NewsOK)

Some interesting thoughts on Gundy’s contract situation here. (CRFF)

Ubben offers some unsolicited advice to Big 12 underclassmen considering the draft. (ESPN)

OSU recruits Marcus Smart and Phil Forte will be on ESPN tonight. (ESPN Dallas)

Todd McShay has Bob Griffin slotted one place ahead of Justin Blackmon in next year’s NFL draft rankings. LOLOLOL (ESPN Insider)

You can go to the OSU-Virginia Tech game on New Year’s Eve for free. (okstate.com)

Justin Blackmon and Robert Woods are your first team AP All-Americans. Markelle made second team while Sharp, Brodrick, Garner, and Adcock made third. (Sports Illustrated)

I think this is probably the least of our worries in revising the system. (NewsOK)

Strong story on one of OSU’s strength and conditioning coaches and how he’s been dealing with tragedy. (Big 12 Sports)

Apparently, Todd Monken will be interviewing for Larry Fedora’s old job. (Hattiesberg American)

Ubben looks at how his preseason All-Big 12 team fared in postseason awards. (ESPN)

Great stat here: OSU’s margin of victory is 38.1 points per game when Randle scores two or more touchdowns. When Randle scores one or fewer, the margin of victory is 3.6 points per game. h/t @cdhj89 (Scout)

OSU wins the really really really mythical national championship. (NewsOK)

And here are the full results of that myth. (NBC Sports)

This is unbelievable, maybe the funniest thing you’ll see today. Again h/t @cdhj89 (Jib Jab)

The best sportswriting of 2011. I could spend a full working day on here perusing, tons of gold. (Quickish)

Hilarious look at the people who comment on blogs/websites. I PROMISE none of you guys fall into these categories :) (NPR)

Market Watch says OKC is the 6th best city in the country for business. (Market Watch)

Pretty cool stat here:

  • Mark

    12. The Person Who Never Says Die. “Why isn’t Arrested Development on this list?”

    Actually Kyle, this is most definitely me. Arrested Development should be on any and every list. ;-)

    And no offense to Jenni, but having one more #1 vote (Gundy) in the coaches poll was not going to get us there.

    • DCPokeFan

      Do you think Mike would have voted OSU #1? I’m not sure…#2, definitely, but #1 before we played and beat LSU?

      • Mark

        Ah, good point. He probably wouldn’t have voted us #1 now that I think about it, and once again, I can’t really argue with his logic, as frustrating as it is.