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SEC vs. Big 12: Sooners have the best shot

SEC vs. Big 12: Sooners have the best shot | Sooner4OU | Scoop.it

The Big 12 got two swipes (should have been a third in 2011) at the SEC during the league's run of six national titles, but failed on both occasions.


Colt McCoy's shoulder suffered a freak injury on a usually harmless hit, and when McCoy trotted to the sideline, the Longhorns' chances of beating Alabama came off the field with him.


A season earlier, Florida twice stuffed Oklahoma on the goal line, giving Tim Tebow his second national title and denying the Sooners the school's eighth.

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Big 12 And SEC Champions To Meet In Postseason Bowl Game

Big 12 And SEC Champions To Meet In Postseason Bowl Game | Sooner4OU | Scoop.it

The Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences have announced a five-year agreement for their football champions to meet in a postseason bowl game following the 2014 season.


The champions of the two conferences will be in the matchup unless one or both are selected to play in the new four-team model to determine the national championship. Should that occur, another deserving team from the conference(s) would be selected for the game.


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Big 12's Chuck Neinas On Expansion: 'Right Now, People Seem To Be Satisfied With 10'

Big 12's Chuck Neinas On Expansion: 'Right Now, People Seem To Be Satisfied With 10' | Sooner4OU | Scoop.it

The Big 12's magic number remains 10.


Acting commissioner Chuck Neinas, who brokered a landmark new postseason game with the Southeastern Conference, said conference athletic directors discussed expansion three weeks ago in Phoenix.


"The athletic directors ... seemed very comfortable with 10," Neinas told Austin's "The Horn" KTXX-FM (104.9) on Monday. "But there's nothing more consistent in life than change. Right now, people seem to be satisfied with 10."


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