STILLWATER, Okla. -- And I'm dead serious.
This game looked good when it was assigned to me a few weeks ago, but the more I look at it, the more handsome it gets. It's kind of like me in that regard. Moving on ...
This is the biggest season-opener in Oklahoma State history. It's possibly the biggest game in OSU history, although any number of rivalry games with Oklahoma probably deserve that billing for now.
But No. 9 OSU has never (before now) started the season in the Top 10, and it has never played in a stadium as majestic as the one recently refurbished with money from booster T. Boone Pickens, and then when you add in the fact that the opponent isn't San Jose State (no offense) but No. 13 Georgia? With its own issues in the post-Stafford/Moreno era?
This game is huge. Not locally huge. Nationally huge.
And there are more subplots and twists and turns and rumors and all sorts of crazy s--- that I haven't even mentioned, but I'm saving some of that for my game column later. Please come back? I promise it'll be worth your while.
Even if the writer is only me.
That was an attempt at humility. Needs work, I know.