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Something’s amiss at the Big 12 championship

Kevin Kaduk
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You don't need to be as smart as Keith Law to notice the spelling mistake in the banner above.

But it should be noted that it was the ESPN baseball expert who first alerted us to the "Failll" banner that currently hangs over the Big 12 "Baseballl" Championship at RedHawks Field in Oklahoma City. Far be it from us to point and laugh at a typo — y'all know the Stew has been guilty of a few (thousand) over the past few seasons— but, well, it's hard not to point and laugh at this one.

Yes, it's easy to hit an extra key somewhere along the way. It's worth an extra chuckle, though, when that typo is somehow transformed into a giant banner and then hung above a gathering of the nation's finest student-athletes without anyone noticing. Edjamacashun FTW!

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Then again, we're talking college athletics here. When the Big 12 has 10 teams and the Big Ten has 12, perhaps getting it somewhere close is good enough.

By the way, we're taking the Lllonghorns over Baylllor in Sunday's title game.

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