Longhorns Stun Sooners in Red River Upset

*** This is an emergency bulletin from the Norman Oklahoma national weather service; There is a flash flood warning for the next 365 days as there will be tons of Sooner tears falling into the river after today’s stunning upset***

Stun OUIf you still haven’t heard the news today, then you must have been living under a rock… Because there was an Oklahoma breakdown today in historic Cotton Bowl stadium courtesy of the Texas Longhorns. It was a win for the ages for the Longhorns, who have not been playing good this season.

From the opening kickoff, you just had a sense the Longhorns were fired up and wanted to prove all the “naysayers” wrong. There have been a lot of questions and concerns from the 40 Acres after the TCU blowout. But while everyone across the country, even most Texas faithful, had Oklahoma picked to win, the team on the field believed they could beat the 10th ranked Sooners. Continue reading

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Big XII race is wide open

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This weekend will be a pivotal weekend in the Big XII as there are two match-ups between ranked teams and one match up of two teams poised to make the playoffs. These two games could have a big bearing on the conference race as well as the playoff race.

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Strong Era Begins with with a Win

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The Texas Longhorns started the new “Strong Era” with a seemingly impressive win over North Texas on Saturday night. While fans seemed optimistic about the win, and the thoughts of the season going forward, I would tap the breaks on any thoughts this team will blow the doors off the Big 12.
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Early Look at Texas Tech 2014 schedule

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The Texas Tech Red Raiders are coming off a surprising run under new head coach Kliff Kingsbury last season. But this year they will be looking to build on what they did last season and improve. Most people didn’t have them making a bowl game last year and they made the Holiday Bowl. Continue reading

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Should fans be held accountable?

On Saturday the news broke about a story where Marcus Smart from Oklahoma State shoved a fan after an exchange of words in the stands. At first it sounded like the case of a kid who let his emotions got the best of him and didn’t think about his actions. But as this story has progressed there have been some things that just don’t make any sense. Start with the fact, the fan “claims” to have called Smart a “piece of crap”, and said he would not attend another Texas Tech game this season. If that is all he said, why would he just quit going to games? There have been reports it was a racial slur, and nobody will ever really know what was said but Smart and the fan. My question here is should fans be held more accountable for their actions? Continue reading