After a long time of silence, the biggest losers in Survivor: The Big Ten Championship are back.
The winners of the game’s final two seasons are heading back to the Big Ten this week, with the winner’s hometown teams heading to the semifinals.
Here’s a look at 10 of the biggest moments from season seven.
The most memorable line from season eight:The most unforgettable line from seasons seven and eight:I’m gonna make it to the end of this season and I’m gonna have some fun.
The Big 12, of course, is headed for a big upset.
I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long, long time.
It’s just a matter of when.
I just hope I’m not the last guy to get there.
This season’s winner, Texas A&M defensive lineman David Washington, is one of the best pass-rushers in college football, and he’ll be a huge threat to the rest of the league this season.
But I think the best way to honor David Washington is to get a shot at winning the national title.
It’s going to be tough, man.
You have to play some good football, but if I can get in that ring with someone that I think can take me there, I can’t complain.
It will be the best feeling in the world.
I know I have the best job in the country, so to be able to win that title, that will be a dream come true for me.
I know this is a tough one, but we can’t wait for next season.
We can’t look back at this season with any sort of bitterness.
The guys here have done so much for us.
We know it’s hard, but the guys have done a great job.
We just need to make it work and just continue to fight and try to get to the finals.
It’ll be hard, man, but I’m sure we can win.
The Big Ten’s top two teams are going to meet in the national semifinals, with a rematch between Baylor and Oklahoma State in 2019.
It has been a great year for the Big 12.
We have had some unbelievable players come through the conference, and I can only imagine what’s going on with Baylor, Oklahoma State and the rest.
I can see them being a real strong team next year.
It would be so easy to forget how good we were.
I don’t think you’ll ever forget this year.
I’ve seen it in my head.
The last two years, I have to say, we’re pretty good.
I have no doubt.
We’re just in the midst of the greatest season that any team has had in a long long time in the Big XII.
I’m very proud of the way we’ve played.
I think we’re going to make a lot of history this year and I know that we’re headed to the playoffs.
I am going to say that.
We’re gonna play hard, we are going in the right direction, and we’re just gonna keep working hard and fighting hard.
It is the most fun I’ve had in my life.
We are just gonna go out and try and win games.
I hope everyone is rooting for us to do well this year, because I think this is going to get us to the next level.
I can’t thank Baylor enough for everything they’ve done for us this year in terms of coaching and playing.
It hasn’t been easy, but this is the greatest year of my life, and now we’re playing in the best conference in the nation.
I just feel like this is an amazing team.
They have a great coach, great players, and they have a special team.
It just feels good.
This is going the right way.
It feels great.
It feels like I’m playing my first game.
This will be my first bowl game, and it’s going be my favorite bowl game in the history of the Big South.
I never expected to be playing in this bowl game.
I never expected this to happen.
It has never been an opportunity that I thought would ever come.
It never will be, but it’s definitely something I’ve been looking forward to.
I want to play my best and give them a big win.
This is my fourth year playing in a bowl game with the Sooners, and my fifth year playing at home.
I’m excited to be back at home, and to have a chance to play in the biggest bowl game that the South has ever seen.
It was a dream to be in this position, and obviously I have a lot to be proud of.
I really appreciate the opportunity to be a part of this game, to be part of a championship run, and especially for my brother, who is a big fan of the Sooner football program.
It definitely is a dream that we have in our heads.
I will always remember the time we played Kansas State, the last time we ever played them, and what it meant to be here.