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  1. The day after the tyrant Santa Anna arrived at the Alamo and began the siege/bombardment, Col William Barrett Travis penned this call for help. Never forget the sacrifices that created a Nation and the most unique state in the nation. To the People of Texas & All Americans in the World: Fellow citizens & compatriots—I am besieged, by a thousand or more of the Mexicans under Santa Anna—I have sustained a continual Bombardment & cannonade for 24 hours & have not lost a man. The enemy has demanded a surrender at discretion, otherwise, the garrison are to be put to the sword, if the fort is taken—I have answered the demand with a cannon shot, & our flag still waves proudly from the walls. I shall never surrender or retreat. Then, I call on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism & everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid, with all dispatch—The enemy is receiving reinforcements daily & will no doubt increase to three or four thousand in four or five days. If this call is neglected, I am determined to sustain myself as long as possible & die like a soldier who never forgets what is due to his own honor & that of his country—Victory or Death. William Barret Travis Lt. Col. comdt P.S. The Lord is on our side—When the enemy appeared in sight we had not three bushels of corn—We have since found in deserted houses 80 or 90 bushels & got into the walls 20 or 30 head of Beeves. Travis
  2. Not sure how serious of prospects they were. It was a small/smaller class but using average star rankings (granted from Rivals), TEXAS finished #9. And frankly average star tells the "quality" question better than the "sum them all up" method which is a function of quantity. Need to find at least 1 LB in the grad portal. Know they are looking at another WR but our WR room is in decent shape.
  3. Loved nabbing Collins, huge get. Bummed there were no real surprises. I honestly expected to land 1-3 more guys. Big class in 2021 so now it's time to get these young pups ready. CTH has 2 years or he's gonzo
  4. Not sure how 1 signing or 2 changes in ANY WAY that a coach leaving does not impact kids.
  5. Any off the wall/surprise guys like Jerry's grandson on y'alls radar?
  6. Yea I know, too early but some filler before we see what surprises CTH has in store the next 24 hours. https://collegefootballnews.com/2020/02/big-12-college-football-recruiting-team-rankings-top-players-biggest-strengths-whats-missing Star Recruit (duh) Texas RB Bijan Robinson, 6-1, 205 – Get him out there already. The Tucson native got away from Arizona and should be a workhorse back who can catch, run with power, and crank out yards in huge chunks. Key Schools In The Running: Ohio State, Oklahoma, USC Recruiting strength Texas Offensive Backfield There might be a bigger bulk of talent for other spots, but the stars behind the line should be the game-changers. RB Bijan Robinson might take over the program, and QBs Hudson Card and Ja’Quinden Jackson will make things interesting when Sam Ehlinger is done.\\ What's missing from the recruiting class (interesting 4 of 10 schools was DL) Texas Defensive Tackles There weren’t any to count on in the 2019 class, and this year there’s just Vernon Broughton. He might be a special prospect, but next year will be about the depth in the defensive interior. All BigXII recruiting team OFFENSE QB Hudson Card, Texas RB Bijan Robinson, Texas RB Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State WR Marvin Mims, Oklahoma WR Troy Omeire, Texas TE Jalin Conyers, Oklahoma OT Anton Harrison, Oklahoma OG Nate Anderson, Oklahoma C Zach Frazier, West Virginia OG Aaryn Parks, Oklahoma OT Andrej Karic, Texas PS, my edit, I'll take our OL haul over anyone in the conference. DEFENSE DE Reggie Grimes, Oklahoma DT Vernon Broughton, Texas DT Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma DE Sean Martin, West Virginia LB Prince Dorbah, Texas LB Brendan Walker, Oklahoma LB Shane Whitter, Oklahoma CB Kitan Crawford, Texas S Xavion Alford, Texas S Bryson Washington, Oklahoma CB David Vincent-Okoli, West Virginia 2020 Big 12 Recruiting Rankings No, really. How good were the Big 12 classes this 2020 recruiting season? 2. Texas The big haul was last season. The future of Texas football was all about upgrading the talent level across the board and getting faster. This one is more about trying to upgrade a few spots and create good depth chart fights. It’s not a huge class, and there weren’t any massive needs, the program just needs past classes to come through and be stronger. This one isn’t going to be quite as strong as Oklahoma’s, but it’ll blow away just about everyone else’s haul.
  7. Welcome aboard. Curious what thoughts are on the kid. Let's be candid (I'm always honest), TEXAS has not done well at TE despite some pretty good talent. 6'3" and 190 is WR size.
  8. Ranking for the bowl games not for the season but nothing wrong with good press: 10. Tom Herman, Texas – 5 Thoughts on the Alamo Bowl Texas 38, Utah 10 That was a fantastic Utah team that got totally dominated. If getting up for a bowl game is one of the biggest keys, Herman has that side of things down. Utah was the much better team coming off a much better season, and Herman’s team owned this from the start. https://collegefootballnews.com/2020/01/head-coach-rankings-all-78-this-2019-2020-bowl-season/4 Others of note: 23. Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M – 5 Thoughts on the Texas Bowl Texas A&M 24, Oklahoma State 21 Texas A&M got the win. It wasn’t pretty, and the offense struggled to work, but Jimbo is great in bowl games and his defense was fantastic after the first quarter. Kellen Mond had to save the day, the team was a -2 in turnover margin, and the eight penalties hurt. Jimbo got the win. Poor Aggie and E Acho is an idiot. 20. Mack Brown, North Carolina – 5 Thoughts on the Military Bowl North Carolina 55, Temple 13 The ACC team is supposed to beat the Group of Five program, but Brown’s team didn’t leave any doubt with a great overall performance. There was offensive balance, the D held Temple to 272 yards, and it turned into a laugher. Brown’s Tar Heels were ready. 78. Manny Diaz, Miami (dead last) – 5 Thoughts on the Independence Bowl Louisiana Tech 14, Miami 0 The first ever Independence Bowl was played in 1976. In all the time since then, no team had ever been shutout. After what Miami did this bowl season, Diaz has the bar set low now going forward. The program of Testaverde, and Kelly, and Irvin, and Portis, and on and on and on managed just 227 yards of total offense, turned it over three times, and got blanked by a Conference USA team.
  9. Upon further review, you are correct, they lose a ton and now Rhule is gone. A return to normalcy as it realates to TEXAS v Rape u I am properly chastised. Obviously you are no so old you can remember William Hurt's classic line in The Big Chill: "I had a small but demented following".
  10. View from the Cheap Seats-Utah Utes get TRUCKED in Longhorn Stampede In what was the most complete game in all 3 phases of the ball for TEXAS during Coach Tom Herman's 3 year tenure, the Horns absolutely destroyed a talented and well coached (well not New Year's Eve) #11 ranked Utah Utes. Keep in mind that had Utah beaten Oregon, they most likely take OU's spot in the CFP, with the exact same results. Coach Tom now 3-0 in bowl games, off to a better bowl game record than any coach in TEXAS history. And he's done it against some very stout competition. Many predicted TEXAS would get run out by Utah. Believe the line was 7.5, TEXAS covered by nearly 30. TEXAS' Defense was absolutely suffocating, shutting out Utah in the 1st half and only allowing a FG in the 3rd quarter. Coach Naivar showed the value of coaching, generating massive amounts of pressure while still running TEXAS base 3-3-5. Of course his big "tweak" was turning our LBs loose which completely disrupted the Utah O. Special teams were actually pretty special, lead by D'Shawn Jamison's 104 yards on 4 punt returns and our offense was both efficient as well as effective. Had you told us that both RBs would average over 8 yards per carry, we likely would not have believed it. Had you told us that Sam would not even attempt 20 passes, we likely would not have believed you. Of course had you told us this TEXAS team would dominate both sides of the ball, we likely would have laughed. Yet that is EXACTLY what TEXAS did. Opening the game with the type of big strike between Sam and Collin Johnson we expected to see all year. The tone was set early and the Horns simply kicked ass. It was interesting to see CTH slow down the O in the 2nd half and start milking clock in the 3rd quarter. Have to admit, damn nice to see both sides of our lines dominating the opposition. Joseph Ossai gets his own paragraph. The young man played the game of his early career and showed us for 4 quarters why so many are so excited. 6 tackles for loss and 3 sacks. As Louis Riddick (an announcer I like, the opposite of E Acho) commented, Utah's All Pac QB Tyler Hundley is going to have nightmares about Joseph Ossai for years to come. Cannot remember the last time a TEXAS defender so dominated a game. And it was great to see Ossai turned loose on the QB to disrupt our opponents offense. And a game where we only spotted one missed tackle, very refreshing to see. Cannot wait to see JO terrorize teams in 2020. Way too early projection, TEXAS enjoys the 3rd BixXII DL of the Year in the past 4 seasons. Offensive Player of the Game: Defensive Player of the Game Stats that matter The Future For the 3rd year in a row, a big bowl win propels optimism for the following season. This year brings the biggest changes on CTH's watch as he is replacing both co-ordinators and several position coaches. Like many HC's, CTH is a stubborn one and he waited too long jettisoning staff member who were either out of their depth or out right insubordinate. The biggest change will be seen on the defense as we are thankfully ditching the failed 3-3-5 model for a more traditional 4-3. This has already had a positive impact on recruiting D linemen as players who had us off their list, now have us back on. Hopefully it's not too little too late. Coach Ash brings a reputation for coaching players up, teaching fundamentals and getting the most out of his players. A welcome change from the past 3 seasons. The D will lose Brandon Jones and Malcom Roach as key starters from 2019 but should enjoy improved play with another year's worth of experience for a team that was young and showed it often this past season. Future is very exciting for on this side of the ball though CTH likely looks hard for another LB to add depth to a talented but thin group. On offense, Coach Y will use the same scheme as CTH, which frankly is a good thing. The O will need to replace our top 2 WRs including Mr 3rd Down Duvernay and a pair of offensive linemen but the player generating the most excitement for 2020 will be true freshman 5 star RB Bijion Robinson. Biggest question is whether any WR or combination of WRs can step up on replace what Devin Duvernay brought the table. Today he appears the most difficult player to replace. 2020 needs to be "the year" as Sam the Man will be a senior. Time for the no excuses tour to begin and the TEXAS season will largely be defined by 2 games, a trip to Baton Rouge to face a rebuilding/reloading LSU team then as always, facing off against the land thieves in the Red River War. Both opponents will be breaking in new QB and will lose a bunch to the NFL. The defensive play should be much improved but can the offense maintain consistency instead of floundering down the stretch in 2019? The CO changes were needed and not sure CTH could have landed a better pair to step in and improve the team. CTH did an excellent job keeping the bulk of the recruiting class at home but we lost some guys who would have driven this class higher. Based on the new COs and the way the bowl game went, we're projecting CTH lassos 2-3 "surprise" recruits in addition to some guys who already have TEXAS high and will not sign until Feb. No idea whom though a grad transfer/JUCO OL and LB would be welcome. Don't place too much stock in "team ranking" at this point as TEXAS only has 17 commits (all signed early) but measured by "average star ranking" (quality not quantity), TEXAS is #6 in the nation. Pressure is on, CTH has 2 to 3 seasons left at TEXAS to show he can take the next step and bring home a BigXII title. The Cheap Seats fully expect TEXAS to play in AT LEAST 2 of the next 3 big title games. Bold prediction for 2021, Casey Thompson is the starter for the entire season but not sure he can hold off Card/JJ (do not under estimate JJ) in 2022. Hopefully TEXAS blows out enough teams in 2020 for Casey to log some real reps. Cheap Seats has LSU by 10 over Clemson for the title. And our homer/way too early prediction for 2020 is TEXAS 11-2 winner of the BigXII title with another Sugar Bowl trip in store. TEXAS should enjoy the best QB in the conference (though there is some comp here) the best OL in the conference, the best RB stable, a top 3 (talentwise) group of WRs. Today the most glaring weaknesses appear to be TE on the O and LB on the D. Schedule's biggest negative is that after a 3rd week bye, TEXAS does not get another break. It is interesting that TEXAS ends the season not on the usual Friday date but Sat in Stillwater which means Bedlahm isn't the last game of the year either. 202 Schedule break down: 50/50 games. Games were TEXAS has as much chance of winning as losing Tough games we should win Upsets if we lose Hope my small but demented following has enjoyed the read this year, certainly have enjoyed writing the Cheap Seats. Happy New Year and Best wishes to all you filthy animals.
  11. I've tried it, it's very nice. I am a bourbon guy though I've been known to sip a Sapphire and Tonic from time to time. If I'm mixing, it's Crown and Diet Coke (sue me I like the taste better) But mostly I like the small batches with just one ice cube or whiskey stone. 1792 Buffalo Trace Bluiett Angel Envy A new favorite I have discovered, Jefferson's Ocean Also, the white labeled TX makes for an excellent after dinner sip. And i can vouch for JoeyWa's collection, had fun sampling one night.
  12. Thank you sir. Thanks, agree with your take. Indeed, unselfish kid.
  13. View from the Cheap Seats-Texas Tech TEXAS beat the crap out of TT. . . .yea. At the final gun, it was a nice win over a bad team. It was a performance by the offense that had we seen week in an week out, TEXAS would be enjoying the end of a good season even if it still would not have included a BigXII title game trip. Instead this year finishes at 7-5, most likely a Camping World Bowl trip and certainly not indicative of "We're Back". We hate to sound petty and un-appreciative about a blow out win, at home, on Senior day, certainly better than losing but pre-season expectations have lead to yet another season of under achievement. And it was 3 pretty good quarters of football, at least on offense. How many were thinking WTF when we looked up to see TEXAS down 14-0 in the 1st? And then we scored a TD only to have the PAT blocked. Who else was thinking "oh no, not this shit again"??????. TEXAS would then go on a 49-10 run the rest of the way to bury a weak team wrapping up their season on a wet miserable Senior day in Austin. As mentioned in last week's edition, the snub of Devin Duveray by the Belitnikoff committee is a complete head scratcher. #1 in the nation in receptions per game. #3 in the nation in receptions for 1st downs from 3rd down, #14 in the nation in total yardage. All he did vs TT was record 6 more grabs for 199 yards and another TD. Every completion DD recorded was a 1st down or a TD. Here's hoping his reward is having his named called by the Dallas Cowboys in April as the long term answer at slot receiver for them and a multi million dollar pay day. There is no question DD's play will be missed next year. Will be interesting to see who steps up in 2020 to be that "go to" WR for Sam. Eagles and Smith should be able to see their future at TEXAS is bright, very bright. On defense we saw the best and the worst of what we have seen all year. Between missed tackles and broken assignments we also saw a bend but don't break defense that rose up strong on 3 of 4 4th down attempts by TT including what might have been the biggest play of the game, TT's 1st drive of the 2nd quarter when Coach Todd's young charges faced 1st and goal from our 2 and held TT out of the endzone on 4 straight plays. This while giving up almost 500 yards of offense but recording 2 fumble recoveries. All in all a pretty typical night for Coach Orlando's crew this season. Rumors fly of coaching changes over the weekend. One name to consider for Coach O's replacement might be Jimmy Lake of UDub. All he's done the last 7 years is held Mike "Pirate" Leach's high flying offense to 14 points on average with a game high of 17. He also develops players well and has sent many to the show. We simply have to have a staff with not only can recruit but can also teach and develop. TEXAS is big time football and Coach O simply not ready for prime time. Sorry, he's a good man but that is reality. Having said that, in the pre-season addition we talked about the coaching challenges facing CTH. Can he coach a team as the leader not the underdog, would have to rate this a failure for the season. Can he grow the team year over year? Nope. Can he beat the mutts on the schedule? Again, nope. lost to a TCU team that isn't going bowling this year, was badly out coached by an out manned ISU team and lost to a Baylor team were TEXAS enjoyed a marked talent advantage. Pretty much CTH has whiffed in the coaching department. And shown off some VERY thin skin being interviewed which makes us question if he has the self reflection to see/admit to the problems. But they almost always allow the HC to change coordinators and see if that fixes the challenges. So here is the problem, Coach Mensa has a massive ego and is very stubborn. Will he continue to make comfort hires or will he hire coaches who can put TEXAS over the top? This weekend will be interesting. And we fully expect to see CTH here at least 2 more seasons. Offensive player of the game: DD nudges out Sam due to being a Senior Hon Mention: Sam the Man. Sorry Sam, TEXAS was a long way from being back but we suspect you will have a major chip on your shoulder your senior year Defensive Player of the Game Brandon Jones-Lead the team in tackles and his leadership will be missed Hon Mention: Marqez Bimage, TFL, forced fumble which lead to 7 points Stats that matter 5 for 5 (6 for 6 counting 25 yards in) Red Zone chances and TDs scored 9-100 TEXAS entered the game #115 in the nation in penalties and continued to show their ineptness 10 It's been a decade since TEXAS won the conference. 5 Years since the home team won the game in the TT series 7 Total TDs in the game, more than the last 3 games combined Conclusions: Don't get too excited. Yes we beat TT, yes we looked better than we have looked in weeks. It's also the 2nd worst team in the conference and you are supposed to beat up the dawgs. Now TEXAS awaits it's bowl bid as Baylor and OU square off for the conference title. If we're CTH, we are shutting down Caden Sterns, we are not even considering letting Whittington touch the field. Let the key 2020 players heal, let the young pups get loads of work. Make the changes on the staff which need to be made, make Carrington a coach and let him hit the recruiting trail to salvage this class. #1 issue for CTH is to keep the team together. #2 is showing the world he can make changes to put TEXAS back on top. Oh yeah, CTH needs to scourer the JUCO ranks hard. We need help at OL, DL, LB and CB Too early look at the 2020 line up: QB-Sr Sam the Man RB-Fr Bjiion Robinson/Jr Ingrahm/fr Whittington WR- Jr Eagles/So Washington WR-So Epps/So Woodward Slot-So Jake Smith/Jr Moore (soph? if he's still with us) TE- Sr Brewer/So Lieto LT Sr Sam Cosmi LG Sr Imodi or Sr Urquidez C Sr Kerstetter RG Jr Junior RT Sr Okafor or So Jones The OL has to become a team strength and the running game has to improve for TEXAS to reach it's goals. How quickly can Sam get on the same passing page with young WRs and does TEXAS continue to force the Power Spread with a TE or does it go to a base 4 WR set to play to their strengths? Defense (we'll go with the idiot 3 man front but we really hope wehave another scheme in 2020) NT So Cobern (very excited about his future)/So Sweat DE Sr Bimage DE Sr Graham or Sr Jones LB So Mitchell Lb Jr Ossai S Jr BJ S Jr Sterns S Jr Overshawn (consider him a hybrid rover LB) CB Jr Cook CB Jr Anthony CB Jr Jamison Plenty of talent on the D but can they be coached up to play assignment football, wrap up on tackles and stop making so many stupid mistakes/penalties? What is the 2020 scheme and #1, regardless of scheme, can TEXAS figure out how to get pressure? Mack watch Close losses has Mack/UNC needing to beat rival UNCSt to go bowling. We're betting on Mack to complete one of the biggest turn arounds in the nation and doubling up UNCs total wins the last 2 years. BigXII summary 2 teams on top, TEXAS not one of them. 4 teams going bowling, none of them impressive. TEXAS, ISU, KSU and OSU 4 teams that didn't make a bowl, the door mats of the conference and TEXAS lost to one of them and needed a last minute Dicker the Kicker FG to beat another. ugh. TCU, WVU, TT and Kansas It's been a tough, very roller coaster season for Horns fans. Hope you have enjoyed the cheap seats, this year harder to write than many.
  14. When the pre-season edition of the Cheap Seats was authored, there is little doubt that had one of the predictions been that the TEXAS offense would be the weakest link by the end of the season, that it would be one of the poorest offenses in the conference, most would have laughed. Yet that is where we find the TEXAS' offense today. In the past 6 games, TEXAS has recorded 27 points, 50 points (Kansas) 27 points, 27 points, 21 points and 10 points leading to a record of 2-4. We watched a team be physically dominated for the 3 of the last 4 weeks. We watched a team be outcoached for the 4th week in a row. Pre-Season we ranked the strength of the team #1 QB, #2 WR and #3 OL. Our offensive line gave up 5 sacks (good for #112 in the nation, putrid) vs Baylor and that was not worse only due to the efforts of Sam E. We're calling it now, we think Sam has been playing hurt. His game is significantly off from the QB who lead TEXAS to a 40+ point per game average over their 1st 7 games. That scoring average is now down half over the last 4 games at 21 ppg. Thus the title, where is Waldo. Or better said, where is the TEXAS offense. Also in the pre-season addition, we discussed the Coaching challenges under CTH. Can he win as a conference leader not as an underdog? Can he develop the talent on the team or said another way, can his Cougar High staff show they can develop players. Outside of 3 coaches, this staff is the same staff he had at Houston. This is perhaps the most deeply concerning issue TEXAS faces. It's fine to recruit better than most everyone (more on that in a minute) but if you cannot 'coach those players up', all the X's and O's don't really matter. Case in point, Baylor. Over the past 4 seasons, Baylor has recruited 11 four star players total. Combined with the disaster that was Art Briles, Matt Rhule was hired away from Temple. Temple is a basketball school. All Rhule did for Temple was take them to their conference title game in 2015 then he won the conference in 2016. He just punched Baylor's ticket to their 1st BigXII title game. Clearly he knows how to 'coach his players up' since he only has 11 four stars to work with. On the other side of the field is TEXAS and CTH. In the past 4 years TEXAS has recruited 14, 8, 18 and 15 four star or better players, not counting Bru. So how do we account for players who are fundamentally unsound, who have been "out physicalled" and "out coached" in at least 3 if not all 4 of the last games TEXAS has played? It's clear why Matt Rhule has NFL interest, he is arguably the best HC in the conference, certainly he is doing the most with less. And we would trade staff's with him in a heart beat. And wasted in 3 of our last 4 games has been a much improved though still unsound, defensive effort. They have played well enough to win each game assuming our offense is producing at a 30-35 point per game level, which we assumed pre-season would be the standard. This season is spiraling and the ramifications are great. #1 coaching challenge, can CTH keep the wheels on, best a weak TT and get an insignificant bowl bid? We're hoping we slide to the Armed Forces Bowl vs Air Force for personal reasons but we're guessing the Liberty of Cheez-It Bowl (whatever the old catus bowl is now called in Phoniex). #2 Coaching challenge, protect what is left of the current recruiting class. No more de-commits and need to add some quality players #3 Coaching changes. Even with TEXAS D play the last 4 games, the way Coach Todd runs this scheme does not compare to Phil Snow (Baylor) or Matt Campbell's ISU team. Our DBs are poor tacklers and do not defend well compared to Baylor or ISU's 3 stars. Will Coach Mensa's ego make the changes necessary? Needless to say, this offseason will be very interesting. Devean Duvernay not being a Belitnikoff Semi Finalist is a complete joke. #1 in the nation in receptions, #8 in the nation in yards, #2 in the nation in receptions for 1st downs. Longest 8 game catch streak in the nation. We only hope the Dallas Cowboys draft him in the 2nd round to replace rent a player Randall Cobb (no knock on Cobb but he'll get more money somewhere else). But Mr 3rd Down Duvernay will get paid this offseason. Offensive Player of the game- Mr 3rd down. TEXAS did poorly on offense but not DD's fault Defensive Player of the game Demarvion Overshon/Joseph Ossai Ugliest play of the game Stats that matter Conclusions CTH has his work cut out for him. If he loses the team completely and loses out, the 2020 recruiting class could be in jeopardy. Frankly we're predicting we lose 3-4 more recruits before signing day. Will his ego allow him to make the changes needed. Face it, some of our coaches will be looking at high school jobs if let go. As we pointed out above, talent is not a problem except along the DL. The good news, JUCO and the portal could be his friend. But without an upgrade in staff (including from within his own mensa mind), TEXAS is mired in 2nd tier at best status. We'd put Phil Snow of Baylor under very serious consideration as a DC. Mack Watch Beat Mercer (duh) and needs to beat a weak NCSt team to go bowling. every loss this year by 7 points or less. There is no question that Mack seriously upgraded UNC and with his recruiting charm, the future is bright for UNC. Ranking the BigXII #1, Land thieves. Always sucks to type, not sure they make the CFP playoffs but maybe with a quality win over Baylor. If Utah wins out, we think they get the 4th spot CFB spot. Predicted bowl: Sugar vs Bama or Georgia #2 Baylor. Likely finished 11-2, Predicted bowl: Cotton Clear 2nd Tier teams #3 Okie Lite, finished 8-4 (we hope they pull the upset) and goes to the Alamo Bowl #4 ISU, they face KSU to see who finishes 8-4, predicted bowl winner ISU/KSU Camping Bowl #5 KSU, see above Predicted bowl: loser ISU/KSU: the Texas Bowl #6 TCU, needs to beat WVU to go bowling. We predict: Cheez it bowl #7 TEXAS Bowl eligible but TEXAS travels well so do not be shocked if one of the above nabs TEXAS despite 7-5 at best record. Liberty or Camping. Doormats/cannot qualify for bowls and this hurts the BigXII #8 TT #9 WVU #10 Kansas (though we'll take their play caller today) College Football Playoffs tOSU (barring BIG title upset) Clemson LSU (barring SEC title upset) Utah if they win out Just a bit outside OU will be interesting to see. OU has been last 2 years and not looked good. Georgia with 2 losses, 1 loss and they are in
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