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Play the Percentages: Sept. 11, 2011

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Dean Blevins has been nothing short of dominant in the recent history of Play the Percentages, slating John Holcomb as an underdog in the clash of sports directors.

Former Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson signed the most lucrative running back contract in league history and has gained more yards in the NFL than any other OU runner in history. What are the chances that he cracks the top 10 all-time in rushing yardage?

Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden has now turned in two stellar performances in the first two weeks of the season. What are the chances that the Cowboys' signal caller will hoist the Heisman Trophy this season?

The Sooners are coming off of a bye week and heading into their big non-conference test Saturday, a road game against the Florida State Seminoles. Simple question, what are the chances OU comes out with a victory?

Serena Williams lost in the final of the US Open Sunday, and is nearly 30-years old. What are the chances that she wins another major before retiring?

With Texas A&M still set to bolt the Big 12 in favor of the SEC, what are the chances that Oklahoma and Oklahoma State both end up in the Pac-12?

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