ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - A couple of 10-2 teams on five-game winning streaks are preparing for this evening's Cotton Bowl.
Led by Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M takes on Oklahoma in the first bowl matchup between former Big 12 rivals.
Oklahoma's two losses this season are to top-ranked Notre Dame and No. 7 Kansas State, while Texas A&M lost to No. 4 Florida and No. 9 LSU.
Oklahoma is trying to win 11 games for the 10th time under coach Bob Stoops, who is going for his 150th career victory. The Aggies haven't had an 11-win season since 1998, the year before Stoops got to Oklahoma. Texas A&M is wrapping up its first SEC season after leaving the Big 12.
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