Kansas Over/Under Results

It was bloodbath out there Saturday night for the Over/Under players with an average score of 3.1. That’s the lowest average since Willie Earl began keeping track.

Tom Yoxall, David Bergstrom and David Frink tied for first with five correct answers. Quite well done considering how the game went and the overall scoring average.  They all went 1-1 in with their picks against the line.  On the final tiebreaker Bergstrom and Yoxall both predicted Dallas would beat Philadelphia. Bergstrom gets the win beating out Yoxall on margin of victory with his 27-13 to Yoxall’s 30-23. David Frink had Philly winning 31-24.

Dan Adams, Clayton Frink, and Kelly Malek tied for fourth with four correct answers.

“Winning is Hard”

When you were in school there was probably a test you knew you weren’t prepared for and in your professional life maybe it was a presentation you knew that you weren’t going to nail.  Over the last couple of years, there have been golf tournaments and matches when I knew before I teed it up, because of the way I’d been practicing, that it probably wasn’t going to be my day.

I’m wondering if Tom Herman, Todd Orlando, and the Texas defensive players knew they weren’t prepared to perform well against Kansas.

Oh well, a win is a win is a win … right? 

To paraphrase Bill Belichick, “On to Fort Worth.”

More coming Friday on Kansas and TCU.

Hook “Em,


5 Comments to “Kansas Over/Under Results”

  1. Congratulations to all who placed in the over / under. Kelly, way to represent for the ladies!!

  2. Dewey Defeats Truman!

  3. As a die-Hard Longhorn fan, I was heartened to be reminded by Brian Davis’ piece in the Austin American-Statesman this morning that Oklahoma last year won the Big XII while fielding the conference’s absolute worst defense. All it required was Blow U averaging 50.1 points per game on offense. A familiar number when rounded off. I accept that the Longhorns Defense this year will not get better. However, I believe the offense might. Ipso Facto, okay, cool. Hook ‘Em.

  4. Worst win ever. I retract all prior win out comments
    I defer to Clayton Drink

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