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9/13/2013 6:02:00 AM
Column: Oklahoma just wants in the game
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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Sports Illustrated busted Oklahoma State for paying football players, tolerating drug use, and using the OSU girls' pep club to have sex with high school recruits. It's really so simple. You either want to compete with Southeastern Conference schools, or you don't.

Las Vegas announced Thursday that the city will construct the world's largest ferris wheel. Revelers will be able to drink all night and then spin in circles high above the Strip. Las Vegas Boulevard just put up a traffic sign that says Watch Out for Falling Drunks.

The International Olympic Committee announced Friday it has awarded the Olympic Summer Games to Tokyo in seven years. The IOC overlooked the country's leaking nuclear reactors. That explains why the Japanese Olympic logo is Soapy the Three-Headed Sea Lion.

The White House got low grades on foreign policy from the American people in a poll Wednesday. The contradictions abound. On the same day John Kerry assured the Senate that America is not the world's policeman, a study said that Americans eat the most donuts.

President Obama insisted Tuesday on the option to attack Syria if Syria is believed to have weapons of mass destruction. It's amazing. If Joe Biden accidentally shot a friend with that shotgun he brags about owning, Obama could change his name to Bush.

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