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“I’m not punting the ball to the number one pick.” (NewsOK)

Some really intriguing polls here on SportsNation, especially the results from the one about who would win a neutral field matchup between OSU and Bama. (ESPN)

Good post by Sam Bryant on the winners and losers from Monday’s Fiesta Bowl including some spot-on commentary about Thayer. (CRFF)

So OU is creating a more extensive, and presumably better television network than Texas and not pissing anybody off in the process? Castiglione > Dodds (SBJ)

Boone says he’s not running things in Stillwater. Riiight. (NewsOK)

STRONG post by Clark Matthews on what we should now call “the Travis Ford situation.” h/t Kevin DeShazo (The Lost Ogle)

Gundy says Blackmon tops OSU’s long list of great WR. (NewsOK)

This does not sound like a team excited for the rigors of Big 12 play. (NewsOK)

Bill Haisten writes about how excited Gundy was about winning the Fiesta Bowl. (Tulsa World)

Ubben thinks Bama would beat OSU six out of ten times. I concur. (ESPN)

Grant Garner momentarily lost his mind on Monday night. (NewsOK)

Anthony Slater grades out OSU’s season. Running backs and defense get Bs, but everybody else gets an A. (O’Colly)

Jerry Hinnen says Blackmon and Luck didn’t give us much choice but to see the Fiesta as a one-on-one matchup for the ages. (CBS Sports)

For those wondering why Tracy Moore didn’t play, see what he had to say about it. (Facebook)

Wes Lunt has had a busy week. (NewsOK)

Wow, if you have ESPN Insider read this post. KC Joyner talks about how OSU has done way more with far less recruiting talent on offense but actually had more star power than the Sooners did on defense (based on recruiting rankings). Really intriguing. (ESPN Insider)

If you don’t have ESPN Insider, Ubben sums it up nicely here for free. (ESPN)

I tweeted last night that I was just starting Mad Men Season 4 and a few of you asked me if I liked it and/or if I’d be writing about it. I won’t be writing about it, per se, but if you love good shows The A.V. Club has fantastic (and in-depth) reviews of pretty much every episode you could think of. You should absolutely bookmark it. (The A.V. Club)

In case you missed this from the other night, an early candidate for photo of the year:

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