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November 25, 2013 3:52 PM

Oklahoma State arrived at Big 12 driver’s seat from back seat

Two months and no losses after an embarrassing defeat at West Virginia, Oklahoma State has resumed the preseason role in the catbird seat. If the Cowboys beat Oklahoma in Stillwater on Dec. 7, it will do no worse than share the Big 12 title and be the league’s automatic representative in a BCS bowl.

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