October 19, 2006
Ask the expert: OState.com writer Jeff Johnson
Texas A&M had a statement win last Saturday when they upset No. 19 Missouri, 25-19. Oklahoma State made a statement itself when it scored 42 second half points to score a come-from-behind win at Kansas.
OSU showed that it has an offense that can catch fire at any time, but A&M has shown that they know how to control the time of possession battle, keeping opposing offenses off the field.
Which will win out? To help us get the answer we spoke to Jeff Johnson from OState.com.
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