Texas A&M tailback Sirr Parker scores the winning touchdown in the 1998 Big 12 championship game against Kansas State, a loss that likely cost the Wildcats a spot in the national championship game and ranks as the most disappointing loss of the Bill Snyder era.
Texas A&M tailback Sirr Parker scores the winning touchdown in the 1998 Big 12 championship game against Kansas State, a loss that likely cost the Wildcats a spot in the national championship game and ranks as the most disappointing loss of the Bill Snyder era. File photo
Texas A&M tailback Sirr Parker scores the winning touchdown in the 1998 Big 12 championship game against Kansas State, a loss that likely cost the Wildcats a spot in the national championship game and ranks as the most disappointing loss of the Bill Snyder era. File photo
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