Saturday, October 13, 2012

Oklahoma racks up 63 on Texas


How many people thought the Oklahoma/Texas game was going to be close this year?

After all, both teams came in ranked in the Top 15.

Folks, this one wasn't close.

At all.

Oklahoma didn't just beat Texas in the 2012 version of the "Red River Rivalry", they destroyed them. Your final score in Dallas today--Oklahoma 63, Texas 21. And it wasn't that close.

Damien Williams had a 95-yard TD run and Blake Bell ran for 4 TD's. Add in Landry Jones with 321 passing yards and a couple of TD's along with Trey Millard's 119 yards receiving and...well, you get the picture.

Oklahoma moves to 4-1 on the season and keeps themselves a game behind Kansas State for the Big 12 lead along with getting their mojo back after struggling early, Texas goes to 3-2 and raises the same questions that popped up over the last couple of seasons: Are they really this bad?

Here is an early highlight for you.

Check out Millard taking the screen pass and hurdling an oncoming tackler. He didn't score, but this was an awfully impressive move for a fullback.

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