Found October 31, 2012 on Blatant Homerism:
Big brothers always like to pick on their little brothers to show them who's boss around the house. That’s the way it seems with Oklahoma and Iowa State. The Sooners have roughed up the Cyclones 69 times in 76 meetings. Little brother occasionally gets in a lick (five wins for ISU) to keep big brother in check. A couple of times they came to a draw (1936 and 1981), and both brothers went to bed with no clear outcome in their tussle. As conference opponents with at least 20 bouts, OU has whipped Iowa State more times than any other team has defeated its conference brethren. In the 85 years of sharing the same conference, big brother has 40 blue ribbons, and little bro has none. ISU got a couple of conference titles a century ago when it won the Missouri Valley Conference back-to-back. But since being adopted into the household shared with OU, little bro hasn’t even sniffed a crown. OU's Record Against Conference Opponents Team Years ...
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