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November 21, 2010

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Okie U will not beat Oklahoma State. It will be A&M to the Cotton, Okie U to the Insight, Nebraska to the Alamo and Oklahoma State to the BCS.

If oSu wins Bedlam and TAMU beats Texas, the Aggies will finish in 2nd place in the South.

If oSu plays and beats Nebraska in the Title Game, TAMU has a righteous claim to 2nd place in the entire conference.

If the Squatters win Bedlam and play the Corn Heads in the CCG, the Ag's can lay claim to beating both CCG teams but due to head to head losses against both oSu and Missou, the best the Ags can finish in the Big 12 is 5th.

Let's see...

On one hand, 5th place, the Texas Bowl, and a lame claim... and on the other, 2nd place, the Cotton Bowl, but no lame claim...

Who oh who to cheer for? Ba dahhh!

Every...every...Aggie fears what is coming next...

A&M is having an awesome year. Texas is in the dumper. So, as Aggie kharma dictates, Texas will win tomorrow night.

Am I missing something? According to Rule 5, if there is a three-way tie with the teams ranked 1, 14, and 15 in the BCS, then "two of the tied teams are ranked within one spot of the other in the BCS poll" (Nos. 14 and 15). In that case, the winner is determined by "the head-to-head results of the top two ranked tied teams" (Nos. 1 and 14). If 1 lost to 14, then 14 goes to the Big 12 championship, and the BCS No. 1 can't even play for its own conference. Of course this was proposed by Texas. Morons.

The only explanation for Rob's thinking is he has to an Aggie.

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