Discussion in 'NCAA (All Sports)' started by Sirius Rich, Oct 18, 2008.
Yes I know how many Texas won by. I blame it on that crappy mohawk Chase was sporting when they played TX and OK State. We'll see next weekend if Tech has anything for TX. I highly doubt it, but one can only hope.
I hope so too. :bigthumbup:
If things go well, it could be Tech playing Mizzou in the Big 12 Championship Game.
Its possible, but I'd rather see MU take on TX and try and redeem themselves.
I can understand that.
What a game last night!! Tech was ready to play and Texas looked flat in the first half. Texas was coming off one of the toughest schedules into this game. As tough as Texas had it the three previous weeks before the Tech game, Texas Tech is entering as equally tough schedule with Oklahoma State and Oklahoma coming up.
Wow, what a game. Texas came up short, how many drops were there in the 1st half?
Is there anyway that TT and Texas could play in the Big 12 Championship?
That can't happen since TTU and UT are both in the Big XII's South Division. The winner of the Big XII South (either TTU, UT, Oklahoma, or Okla St.) will play the North winner (either Mizzou or Kansas).
The drama the rest of the way in college football's regular season is going to reside in the Big XII South...you've got Texas Tech sitting undefeated, and UT, OU, and OSU all with one loss. Here's how I think the rest of the season will play out...first, I think TTU will beat OSU next week, giving the Cowboys their 2nd loss. Then, unfortunately, I think TTU will lose at Oklahoma. You'd then have TTU, OU, and UT all with one loss. And to end the season, I think OU goes to Stillwater and loses to OSU, giving OU 2 losses. I think Texas wins their remaining games, which would leave Texas Tech and Texas standing with one loss each, but TTU has the tiebreaker over UT via the head-to-head win, and they'd go to the Big XII Championship Game. It'll be a crazy final month in the Big XII.
The Big XII South his year has made this NCAA season the most interesting season in college football since .......well since Vince Young beat USC for the National Championship.
Nothing to be ashamed of.
Same goes for Alabama...
I am starting to like this Texas thread. :crazy: