Mizzou, WVU losses turn BCS standings into game of chance
SAN ANTONIO -- College football's national championship has turned into a political football, which might be why Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops sounded very much like a guy standing behind a lectern in a YouTube debate.
No. 9 Oklahoma had just defeated No. 1 Missouri 38-17 Saturday night in the Big 12 Championship Game at the Alamodome. In most seasons, an 11-2 record would get a team a lovely parting gift of a BCS bid. But in a season in which no ranking is safe, it appears likely that ...
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