Oklahoma Football: Odds Nation's Longest Active Home Win Streak Ends in 2011

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Oklahoma Football: Odds Nation's Longest Active Home Win Streak Ends in 2011
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Nobody wins in this man's house!

There's no dispute that the Miami Hurricanes of the mid-'80s to about the mid-'90s were one of the most dominant programs of all time.  Backing that up would be their incredible string of 58 straight home games without a loss.  Let that soak in for a second.  Most schools play six games a year at home, so we're talking almost 10 years without a loss.

That was no easy task either, as the record they broke belonged to Alabama and it was 57 games.  Their string lasted from 1963 to 1982!  Can you imagine being one of their season ticket holders during that time frame?!  Should make Longhorn fans everywhere enormously envious.

Don't look now, but there's another home win streak that is five years old and up to 36 games.  Oklahoma currently owns the nation's longest active home win streak with that number.  Not too shabby so far, especially considering that the Sooners have only lost two games at home since 1998.

What better opportunity to lay the odds on if Oklahoma's home win streak continues through 2011 and into 2012?

Since Oklahoma's schedule hasn't been released officially, these may not necessarily be in order.

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