The Tribe has spoken. It's time to go... Texas Longhorns.
The first shocker in the 6 weeks of Survivor was this week's ousting of one of the preseason conference favorites. Their season thus far hasn't lived up to Texas-sized expectations and you consequently voted them off. Despite best efforts from Burnt Orange Nation, the Mizzou rallying cry on Rock M Nation was just a little bit stronger.
Before a final push against the 'Horns it looked like the "dsmba Rule" might be invoked, as Texas and Missouri were neck and neck in the polls. But, like what happened on the hardwood on Wednesday, a super-majority of the vote on Wednesday pushed Texas off "Big 12 Island."
We are now down to 5. Come back Monday to vote on who will be the next one (or two) kicked off Big 12 Island.
See who is left, and who has been kicked off, after The Jump
Colorado - Kicked off February 10 after home losses to Kansas and Missouri. Received 37% of the vote. Iowa St. - Kicked off January 27 after losses at Texas Tech and at Kansas. Received 45% of the vote.
Nebraska - Kicked off January 20 because of home losses to Kansas and Iowa State. Received 30% of the vote. Oklahoma - Kicked off January 13 because of loss at Baylor 91-60 . Received 45% of the vote. Oklahoma St. - Kicked off February 10 after home losses to Texas and Texas Tech. Received 40% of the vote. Texas - Kicked off February 17 after home loss to Kansas and win vs Nebraska. Received 51% of the vote.
Texas Tech - Kicked off February 3 after road losses to Texas and A&M. Received 72% of the vote.
Evan Pfaff, Senior Editor
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