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Fun (never-ending) off-season reading: Interesting national title claims
The most absurd and controversial national title claims in college football history -- https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...ll-history
06-29-2020 09:57 AM
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I for one, am claiming the 1916, 1919, and 1920, and 1922 National Titles in the name of The University of Tulsa. All seasons we finished undefeated. We did finish with a tie in 1919 and 1920 though. But 1916 we won 10 games and beat OU and OSU. 1919 We won @OU, @Ark, and Tied @OSU. In 1920 we averaged an astounding 56 points a game and that's with a 0-0 tie somehow thrown in there. In 22 we finished undefeated with wins against Texas A&M, TCU, and Arkansas with a "mutually agreed no to play the game" against OSU.
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(06-29-2020 11:55 AM)invisiblehand Wrote:  I for one, am claiming the 1916, 1919, and 1920, and 1922 National Titles in the name of The University of Tulsa. All seasons we finished undefeated. We did finish with a tie in 1919 and 1920 though. But 1916 we won 10 games and beat OU and OSU. 1919 We won @OU, @Ark, and Tied @OSU. In 1920 we averaged an astounding 56 points a game and that's with a 0-0 tie somehow thrown in there. In 22 we finished undefeated with wins against Texas A&M, TCU, and Arkansas with a "mutually agreed no to play the game" against OSU.

Done... forthat vyou get an invite to the new "Southwest Conference" 04-cheers 04-cheers
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(06-29-2020 06:36 PM)GoOwls111 Wrote:  
(06-29-2020 11:55 AM)invisiblehand Wrote:  I for one, am claiming the 1916, 1919, and 1920, and 1922 National Titles in the name of The University of Tulsa. All seasons we finished undefeated. We did finish with a tie in 1919 and 1920 though. But 1916 we won 10 games and beat OU and OSU. 1919 We won @OU, @Ark, and Tied @OSU. In 1920 we averaged an astounding 56 points a game and that's with a 0-0 tie somehow thrown in there. In 22 we finished undefeated with wins against Texas A&M, TCU, and Arkansas with a "mutually agreed no to play the game" against OSU.

Done... forthat vyou get an invite to the new "Southwest Conference" 04-cheers 04-cheers

Puts us in a tie with GT, Washington, Cal, Iowa, and Texas for 4 claimed NT's. Suck on that P5's!
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