|Ted Ginn, Jr.|
Last year, the Longhorns knocked off the Buckeyes 25-22 in Columbus, paving the way for an eventual national championship. At the time, only 38 percent of SportsNation voters thought the contest would wind up being the biggest game of the regular season. But while Notre Dame-USC and others might have challenged it, it's tough to argue against it in hindsight.
So what happens this year when No. 1 Ohio State travels to Austin to face No. 2 Texas? Will a loss shove the loser out of the national title picture? Will someone from this game end up playing for the national championship? Is a legend in the process of emerging in Texas quarterback Colt McCoy? Vote on the big game!