A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:Since Texas Tech, Texas, and Oklahoma all tied in conference record and the head to head matchups do not favor any of the 3, the tie break is BCS ranking.
They haven't tied yet. OU still has to play #12 Oklahoma State this week, while Texas & T Tech play Baylor and A&M. It's very likely that all three will win, but it's not guaranteed.
Assuming all three win their games, it's most likely that Oklahoma will jump Texas in the BCS, and Flesh is right about the BCS ranking being the tiebreaker.