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  • Some routs just don't follow the rules

    Some routs just don't follow the rules
    North Texas visited Oklahoma on opening weekend in 2007 and was clobbered, 79-10. A few days later, sitting in his home office a few blocks from where the wipeout took place, Barry Switzer said North Texas got what it deserved. "They had no game...
  • College football: Play it forward

    1: Oklahoma looks to avenge last year's shocking 30-13 home loss to Notre Dame when it visits South Bend. The win legitimized Notre Dame as a national title contender and improved its all-time record over Oklahoma to 9-1. The Sooners' lone win in the...
  • Oklahoma, Ole Miss must put aside history for Saturday's games

    It's time to get ready-set-hut for two of Saturday's marquee games: Oklahoma at Notre Dame and Mississippi at Alabama. Both are intriguing and consequential, with all four schools dripping with pedigree. The teams enter with an average Associated...
  • Pac-12 provides more late-night drama and controversy

    The Pac-12 continued its (Eastern) time-honored tradition of playing host to some of the most compelling football ever played after midnight in Altoona. Anybody can roll out great games on CBS in broad daylight, but the Pac-12 excels at impasses with...
  • End of BCS can't come soon enough for Pac-12

    A lot of people hate the Bowl Championship Series, but no conference needs it to go away faster than the Pac-12. No league has been more tormented by its quartile quirkiness and, at times, outright chicanery. The BCS would not have been possible...
  • College football: What to watch on TV Saturday

    Break out the chips and cold drinks, but let Chris Dufresne handle the remote. The Times’ national college football writer handicaps what’s worth watching, and skipping, on Saturday’s menu of games: MORNING No. 3 Ohio State (9-0) at...
  • Oklahoma State cheerleader rebuked for trying to trip Oklahoma player

    Oklahoma State cheerleader rebuked for trying to trip Oklahoma player
    Oklahoma State cheerleader Jarid Atkinson, who tried to trip Oklahoma wide receiver Eric Striker at the end of the game between the schools last weekend, was given a public reprimand by the Big 12 Conference on Tuesday. Atkinson has apologized for his...
  • The unusual is usual in BCS race

    The unusual is usual in BCS race
    Mark this down as we whitewater-raft through the final weeks of the final BCS rapids: Something is going to happen, give, buckle or burst. Some team is going to be robbed and maybe ripped off. Grownups are going to scream, sulk, petition, lobby and...
  • Alabama Coach Nick Saban turns the Tide in the stands too

    Alabama Coach Nick Saban turns the Tide in the stands too
    Nick Saban, people trainer. The coach tells Alabama fans to sit and stay, they sit and stay. Saban made news in the days leading up to Saturday's game against Tennessee when he complained about the Crimson Tide's late-arriving and early-leaving...
  • Ed Cunningham's film chronicles fight over amputated leg

    Ed Cunningham's film chronicles fight over amputated leg
    For most people, playing in the NFL would be the pinnacle of their wage-earning life. Ed Cunningham’s NFL career is just another line on his long and varied résumé. Cunningham, who spent five seasons as a center for the Arizona Cardinals and...
  • Apopka QB Zack Darlington commits to Nebraska

    Apopka QB Zack Darlington commits to Nebraska
    Zack Darlington has been enthralled with the University of Nebraska since he was a kid. The images of legendary Cornhuskers quarterbacks dance through his head. Now, one day perhaps, someone's image of a legendary Cornhusker QB might be that of...