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Pat Forde: “Thus we could have a second consecutive championship showdown between an SEC powerhouse and a pyrotechnic, hurry-up offense from a program in garish uniforms that is the wholly owned subsidiary of a tycoon booster. If it works out, great. Not a bad storyline. But if the Cowboys lose (say, Dec. 3 to Oklahoma), then it gets murky.” (Yahoo!)

Nice little unintentional (or was it intentional?) shout out from Ubben here. (ESPN)

I think Berry Tramel is pretty close to correct when he says Bedlam is basically a national semifinal, though I’m not sure why he calls the title game “the big bowl.” (NewsOK)

Anthony Slater on the sick slate of basketball games OSU has in front of it. (O’Colly)

The normal three are at the top, but Ubben has an interesting team at #4 of his Big 12 power rankings. (ESPN)

Good write-up by John Helsley on Sean Sutton. He has some things to say about Gallagher-Iba that will make you pretty nostalgic. (NewsOK)

Something we could all take a little bit of time for. (O’Colly)

Wow, Bucky Brooks says Justin Blackmon might be the best WR in college or pro football right now. (NFL.com)

Justin Blackmon is one of seven Biletnikoff finalists. (Big 12 Sports)

Here are all the quotes from Monday’s presser. (okstate.com)

Gundy on playing on Friday night: “That discussion took place when we were making the decision what to do. It’s like your wife asking you how she looks in that dress, kind of a loaded question.” I said this was a bad idea in April, though I don’t really think it matters right now. (NewsOK)

Rivals has Weeden as its #1 QB, Blackmon as its #1 WR, and Randle as its #10 RB. (Rivals)

Ubben says OSU had the best team performance and the worst trip home. (ESPN)

Pretty good aggregation site for Big 12 articles from newspapers and blogs around the country. (Big 12 Fanzone)

I don’t usually link to message boards, but this Andrew Luck GIF is too much. (Go Pokes)

This is rancid, but if you’re interested, here’s Jerry Sandusky unable to make up his mind about whether or not he’s sexually attracted to young boys in an interview with Bob Costas. (The Big Lead)

I know the Aaron Rodgers jokes are getting old, but this is kind of interesting:

 

Got this email from @OKC_Dave yesterday and thought it was a really intriguing stat: Once you take away the pick-sixes, fumble returns, and KO returns, the OSU defense has allowed 226 points in 10 games. If every team we played hit their scoring average against us, they would have scored 332.

That’s a difference of 106 points, or 10.6 per game.

Only Tulsa (garbage time), Kansas (garbage time), and K-State hit their scoring averages against this defense.

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