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OKLAHOMA STATE WILL SEE YOU IN COURT, PART ONE. There is a lot of money riding on whether or not Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline is calling plays for the Longhorns, because apparently it's a good thing to claim ownership of the offense that ranks 105th in the nation in yards per play and 83rd in offensive F/+. It's clear what OSU's strategy should be here: call Wickline to the stand, show him every bad play Texas has run this season, and ask him to affirm that he called each one.

OKLAHOMA STATE WILL SEE YOU IN COURT, PART TWO. There are no bad billable hours if you're an attorney, and that includes suing New Mexico State for having a similar logo. Here, of course, is Oklahoma State's Pistol Pete in drawn form:

And here's NMSU's logo:

Personally, I'm not seeing the overlap.

THIS WEEK IN SCHADENFREUDE. Went up late last night, and if you think the ND Nation section is abhorrent, let me assure you -- there was much, much, much, much, much worse that I couldn't even feel good about copying and pasting.

BILL C. IS UNWELCOME IN STARKVILLE. "If Kentucky beats Mississippi State?" Sir, this means war. (Starkville war involves a taco salad built in the shape of a life-sized trireme; first one to finish wins, and punching is encouraged.)

PUT THE KING ON HIS THRONE. Sure, it's fun that Bill Snyder's up for College Football Hall of Fame entry, but have you seen the other names on this list? Tim Dwight! Cade McNown! Rashaan Salaam! It's a veritable who's who of OH SHIT DANNY FORD DANNY FORD DANNY FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORD.

ETC. You can now find us on Facebook, and we promise not to comment on pictures of your kids in their Halloween costumes with thinly veiled racism about Ebola. (We will save that for pictures of your kids opening Christmas presents.)