Byline: Randall Mell
Dec. 1--It's Texas' turn to scream.
If you can't hear the outrage echoing out of the Lone Star state, just open your door.
The BCS has struck again.
You know what that means. Yet another deserving team believes it's going to be unfairly excluded from the BCS National Championship, and folks who love the Longhorns are furious.
In Sunday's newest BCS standings, Alabama held tight to its No. 1 ranking, but the real news was Oklahoma moved up to No. 2, jumping over Texas, which slipped to No. 3. Florida is No. 4.
This means Oklahoma is headed to the Big 12 Championship to play Missouri in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday. The Sooners are almost certain to advance to the national championship with a …