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Texas's 28--20 Red River loss to Oklahoma last Saturday signaled the end of its recent strong run in that rivalry and marked its first back-to-back L's since '07. On Sunday, UT fell out of the Top 25 for the first time in 10 years, snapping a streak of 162 weeks, which had stood as the nation's longest.
Age—he's 67—and celebrity proved too much for the former NFL coach to overcome as he became the third person kicked off the 21st season of Survivor, in Nicaragua. But don't cry for Jimmy. Said Johnson (left), who lost 18 pounds on the show, "I was miserable the whole time."
As in the hideous Easter egg--inspired sweater vests sported by the Americans (including Phil Mickelson, left) as they dug themselves a fatal three-point hole last Saturday at the Ryder Cup. Also troubling: not-so-waterproof team rain jackets that got ditched on Friday.
As in "overrun turnstiles." Chicago blockers—especially two fill-in tackles—put up little defense in allowing 10 sacks and two QB knockouts (see Jay Cutler, left) by the Giants on Sunday night. At its current pace, Chicago will yield 72 sacks, which would tie for fourth most all time.