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Play the Percentages: Sept. 18, 2011

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Dean Blevins is riding yet another hot streak, with four consecutive wins under his belt, but never count out John Holcomb in the weekly battle of sports directors as they Play the Percentages.

Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones connected with Kenny Stills for a 37-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to put the Sooners on top of Florida State 20-13 Saturday. What are the chances that the go-ahead pass will be his "Heisman Moment" this season?

The Oklahoma State Cowboys start conference play Saturday with a touch matchup, heading to College Station to take on No. 8 Texas A&M. What are the chances that the Cowboys leave College Station with a win?

Much maligned Texas has switched quarterbacks and looked impressive enough in a win over BYU to move up to No. 19 in the polls. What are the chances that the Longhorns are the real-deal and can contend in the Big 12?

Rumors abound that as many as five schools could leave the Big 12 for other conferences, so what are the chances that the conference remains intact?

Finally, what are the chances that either Dean or John could return a serve from Andy Roddick.

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