I can’t sleep. I’m excited about seeing the Cotton Bowl in person with my ol buddy Cal Shuler.
I noticed the Dallas Morning News sports reporters are making some predictions on the game:
Chuck Carlton Oklahoma 42-37
Little disruptions can mean a lot in bowls. Johnny Manziel’s Heisman schedule and the departure of offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury could change the A&M offensive equation.
Tim Cowlishaw Oklahoma 27-24
And the winner in passing yards is … Landry Jones. His final season didn’t go as planned, but here’s the chance to make one final statement while the rest of the world is watching Johnny Football.
Rick Gosselin Oklahoma, 37-34
The Aggies may have reinvented themselves in the SEC, but the Sooners will have to see it to believe it.
Kate Hairopoulos Texas A&M 42-24
Aggies jump on OU early, limit Landry Jones in his farewell.
Mike Heika Oklahoma 38-28
Lost in all of the Johnny Football Heisman hype is the fact the Sooners have five Heisman winners, including two in the last decade. Expect OU to have a Big 12 chip on its shoulder and play with a great deal of intensity after watching all of the Johnny Manziel appearances on late-night television.
Kevin Sherrington Texas A&M 35-28
Johnny Football shows what life would have been like if the Aggies hadn’t gone to the SEC.
I want to keep track of everyone’s prediction so I can ask them about them after the game.
Johnny Manziel is too much for the Sooners.
Texas A&M 38