Anybody who can write an article titled 'The chess game' about Saturday's Nebraska-Texas game is a national treasure.
"Football, by its nature, is a lot like chess, which is sport's version of a war battle. The coaches are the architects of the battle, and the players are the warriors who execute. The strategy begins long before the game, as coaches and players view films and check tendencies to plan their attack, or their defense.
And that is why Saturday was, in its own way, a masterpiece."
If this was war, Mack Brown would be George McClellan and Bill Callahan would be Braxton Bragg.