For the past decade, Oklahoma (and until last year, Texas) had established a stranglehold on the top of the Big 12.
The Sooners won their seventh Big 12 title since 2000 in 2010, but did it after winning a three-team tiebreaker atop the Big 12 South and erasing a 17-point, second-quarter deficit in the Big 12 title game.
The two teams that tied Oklahoma for the division title?
Texas A&M, which beat the Sooners by two touchdowns at Kyle Field, and Oklahoma State, who lost a heart-stopper to the Sooners in Stillwater with the South on the line and the Cowboys favored to win.
The result was a three-way tie for first place atop the division, the best finish in Oklahoma State history. Texas A&M's perched atop the division for the first
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