Also, Fiesta Bowl Championship. And if you really looked into the title of the book, you might find it is about "more" than a championship. Like players showing character and playing through the adversity of a coach losing his wife and a plane crash tragedy that shook the university on a gameday.
Most of the book is about what went on behind the scenes of a season that included a Big 12 and Fiesta Bowl Championship. Stuff like Justin Blackmon's relationship with a 10 year old cancer survivor, how the team took care of a coach after he lost his wife and how the team bounced back after a loss the same day 4 Cowboys were killed in a plane crash. So "book worthy"? Anybody who knows anything about what it's like to be a member of the OSU family would say YES. And based on your two idiotic posts on this board, I'd say it's obvious that you know nothing about that.
Welcome to the board CowboyMatt. If you are born in '76 and have suffered all the heartbreak we all have had before last year, it's a surprise that we're not chipping in for a documentary or movie to be released by Fox Studios.
Oh, and another post like that and we will all be bidding you farewell.
We will never know for sure. It had been discussed before last season began that the lack of that extra game/win could cost a Big 12 team a championship bid. At 13-1 we would have had a better record than Bama, and that additional win would have prepelled OSU ahead of Bama in the two computer polls that very slightly favored Bama. If OSU took all 6 of the computer polls in lieu of 4 that most likely would have put OSU on top on the final day. The extra exposure and win could have also earned us some more brownie points with the voters. In short, as close as it was, I dont see how it would have done anything but helped our cause. As it sits I see no reason to change the round robbin system. Win the Big 12 in your in the final four when that comes to reality in 2014.