This was posted in another thread and several responded that we should have a separate thread so we can mark them off.
Streaks we can break this year,
Haven't won at OSU since Mar 2nd 1988 (score 97-88)
Hanen't won at Baylor since Mar 4th 2000 (score 76-64) Haven't won at Texas since Feb 5 2005 (score 92-80 in OT) Have never played at West Virginia (lets start this one right) Most consecutive wins is at 13 Longest home winning streak is 39 (we are at 19) Longest conference home winning streak is 19 (we are at 10) Most conference wins in a season is 14 (we can get 16 still) Last Victory over #1 team, Jan 14 1957 we beat #1 Kansas at home (score 39-37) Last victory over a #2 team was at Kansas on Feb 19 2005. We won 63-61 in OT. Last conference road win during the week was Feb 28 2007 against Nebraska 69-63.
A few we will have to break next year,
Haven't won at Kansas since Feb 19th 2005 (score 63-61 in OT) Haven't won at Texas Tech since Jan 24th 2012 (score 76-52)
Looking at this is humbling and encouraging at the same time. We have a ways to go, but we have come so far in just a couple years.
I thought this thread was going to be about delicious beef steaks.
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