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2010-01-18 01:15:07
2010-01-18 01:15:07

Troy Aikman at OU???? I am not sure what you mean by OU? If you are speaking of the University of Oklahoma that would be very odd since Aikman attended UCLA

Actually Troy did attend Oklahoma 84-85 he broke his ankle, OU won the national championship that year Troy lost his starting job then transfered to UCLA..yes i am a cowboy fan

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