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The state of Oklahoma loves its football. Well, in general – even in a state that cherishes its pigskin action so, not everyone is going to be a fan. And when those non-fans reveal their non-fandom to the wrong person, some really dumb stuff can happen.
You Can Officially Freak Out Now: LSU And Alabama Will Play For The National Title (Plus: Reactions To All The BCS Bowls)
It’s official: LSU and Alabama will square off for the second time this season, this time for the national championship. This news will not sit well with everyone, but it’s where we stand. Reaction to that, and the rest of the BCS matchups, after the jump.
Following an improbable comeback over Texas A&M earlier this season, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy danced in the locker room. And last night, after his team clobbered Oklahoma for the Big 12 title? Guess how he celebrated.
Earlier today, SI’s Jon Wertheim tweeted (it’s apparently no longer there) about how this week has to stand alone as the worst ever in college sports. And it’s tough to argue. Penn State. Syracuse. And now this.
Locked-out NBA superstar Kevin Durant was bored last night, so he asked his Twitter followers if anyone was playing flag football. One of them was.
Well, this just happened in the Texas-Oklahoma State game: back-to-back kickoff return touchdowns. As SB Nation’s Spencer Hall points out, you better hope you weren’t playing a drinking game with a rule about kickoff returns. Otherwise, thanks to Justin Gilbert and Foswhitt Whitaker, you are very, very drunk right now.
Victorious postgame locker rooms are boisterous places, and when you get a win as big as Oklahoma State did on Saturday – overcoming a 20-3 halftime deficit to score a conference road win over a top-10 Texas A&M team – you’re going to have a lot of loud, happy people in one place…including the coach. Video proof after the jump.
Doug Gottlieb got pulled over for speeding while on air, and the entire incident was captured for your listening pleasure.