This doesn't happen every day, but it seems that Oklahoma State owner T. Boone Pickens and former Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer can agree to have some fun at the expense of Mack Brown and the Longhorns.
According to this story, T. Boone had an e-mail exchange with Switzer and the former Cowboys coach said OSU shouldn't "beat them as bad as the Sooners did because we want to keep Mack Brown as coach, we want somebody that both of us can beat."
On a more serious note, the Horns could be in some trouble. After getting fat on a weak non-conference schedule, they have lost their last two games by the combined score of 93-43.
After destroying Division III Kansas this Saturday, the Horns have ...
Nov. 5 vs. Texas Tech ... the Red Raiders' world looks so much different after stunning OU in Norman. I think they are frauds, but at some point even I have to admit their record isn't bad.
Nov. 12 at Missouri ... on the road, you never know. Horns should win.
Nov. 19 v. Kansas State ... no team owns Mack the way the 'Cats do.
Nov. 24 at Texas A&M ... no way.
Dec. 3 at Baylor ... the Bears got 'em last year in Austin, and RGIII embarrassing defenses these days.
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