I’m a College Football Maniac. Shan Shariff is not. He’s an NFL guy, which I totally understand, he’s in the majority. But I can make a good argument why you should watch ALMOST every Bowl Game.
Missouri and Oklahoma State came so close to conference titles and being in the Bowl Championship Series. Instead, they’ll meet in Dallas at the historic Cotton Bowl.
Both remaining regular-season games in the conference’s round-robin schedule have championship implications.
After a 36-20 victory over Oklahoma, the only win for McCoy and this group of Texas seniors, the tone of their final season has suddenly changed.
The Red River Rivalry was renewed Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park. The annual college football shootout had a lot of drama going in, and a lot at stake for fans and teams.
With his support waning with every loss, Texas coach Mack Brown could really use a victory this Saturday in the Red River Rivalry against Oklahoma.
Any talk in Austin about the biggest game on the Longhorns’ schedule inevitably comes around to whether its “win or else” for Brown after 16 seasons as the Texas coach.
It’s been a good season for No. 12 Oklahoma running the football – a pair of 300-yard outings against Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia and a 212-yard performance in a tough win at Notre Dame.
The annual Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas has been scheduled for an 11 a.m. kickoff at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
The State Fair of Texas opens Friday in Dallas. Rides, corny dogs, and all that goes with it starts at 10:00 am. Fair-goers can take safety for granted because police and fair officials do not.
The Alamo Bowl is close to getting the first choice of Big 12 teams outside the championship picture.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says “all eyes are on” Cowboys Stadium after the $1.2 billion showplace was announced as the first venue for the national championship game in the new playoff format.