Originally Posted by slow99
Hookem, just curious as to what you're calling big games? in my opinion i think i'm a little iffy on the ohio st game b/c of mack's questionable record in big games.
the ut/ou game every year i would call a big game. the big 12 championship ut dropped is a big game. one loss (that i can think of off the top of my head to a and m is a loss in a big game. loss to arkansas in cotton bowl was a big game loss.
Beating #7 Nebraska AT Lincoln in 1998 wasnt a big win?
Or Beating #6 A&M the same year?
Beating #3 Nebraska in 99 wasnt a big game?
The Cotton Bowl Loss to Ark was a big game, but the blow out of LSU wasn't?
Beating #16 KSU wasnt a big deal? It was HUGE.
And I suppose beating #12 Michigan in the Rose Bowl, a BCS BOWL GAME, wasn't a big game?
As to A&M, MAck Brown is 6-1 against them, including W's over a #6 A&M in 1998, and a #24 in 2000. His sole loss was the Bonfire year, and no team would have beat the Aggies that day....just would not have been fair.
i would consider him more like less than 50% in big games. the loss to tech in 02 was a big loss, and at the time that was a huge loss. or are you considering big games games vs people other than the baylors of the football world? simply curious, i really am wondering where you can justify mack being like 70% in big games? also, why is everyone still saying to this day that mack is O-fer vs top 10 teams? thanks![/QUOTE]