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Play the Percentages: August 28, 2011

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Sunday nights bring the titanic matchup of sports directors, as Dean Blevins and John Holcomb square off in this week's edition of Play the Percentages.

College football is right around the corner and Oklahoma and Oklahoma State start the season with favorable matchups, but what are the odds that Tulsa or Louisiana-Lafayette will play the game within 20 points?

Since the expansion, Oklahoma State has never been able to fill Boone Pickens Stadium, but with a Top 10 ranking and a potential BCS Bowl on the line in Bedlam, what are the odds they sell it out this year?

An Associated Press story was released this week saying Texas A&M was expected to announce their departure from the Big 12 in the coming week, so what are the chances the Big 12 stays together in some form after the Aggies bolt?

Tulsa star Damaris Johnson was suspended indefinitely from the team earlier after his girlfriend was arrested for embezzlement, so what are the chances he sees the field for the Golden Hurricane in 2011?

Finally, with the Aug. 28 edition being the 10-year anniversary of Dean and John sharing air time, what are the chances of another decade of Sports Director Blitz Bliss?

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