Red River Rivalry: Oklahoma vs. Texas

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  1. Maynard

    Maynard Banned

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    Red River Rivalry: Oklahoma vs. Texas

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    #1 Oklahoma vs #2 Texas
    Saturday, October 17
    Cotton Bowl
    Dallas, Texas

    Team Stats
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Texas Oklahoma
    Coach ThaEra25 kutis
    Rank #2 #1
    Record 5-0 5-0
    Prestige ****** ******
    Offense 2071 2549
    Passing 1236 1504
    Rushing 835 1045
    PPG 43.0 63.2
    Pass TD 14 12
    Rush TD 7 30
    Sacks Allowed 8 9
    Defense 1189 1649
    Passing 1006 1133
    Rushing 183 516
    Points Allowed 12.0 19.0
    Sacks 25 14
    Fumbles 4 10
    Interceptions 10 8
    Turnover Differential 10 10


    Player Stats
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Passing Rating Comp Att Yards TD Int %
    Texas
    Colt McCoy 158.8 83 142 1233 14 4 58
    Oklahoma
    Sam Bradford 208.1 73 106 1333 12 2 68


    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Rushing Att Yards Avg TD Long
    Texas
    Cody Johnson 128 653 5.1 9 25
    Vondrell Mcgee 33 126 3.8 0 14
    Oklahoma
    Demarco Murray 108 682 6.3 19 59
    Chris Brown 62 366 5.9 9 49


    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Receiving Rec Yards Avg TD Long
    Texas
    Blain Irby 19 232 12.2 4 29
    Jordan Shipley 15 281 18.7 2 40
    Malcolm Williams 15 213 14.2 4 37
    Cody Johnson 8 81 10.1 2 32
    Oklahoma
    Demarco Murray 15 200 13.3 3 58
    Ryan Broyles 14 215 15.3 2 44
    Jermain Gresham 14 383 27.3 3 71
    Jameel Owens 14 263 18.7 1 54


    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
    Defensive Tackle TFL Sack Int TD
    Texas
    Blake Gideon 42 11 4 0 0
    Lamarr Houston 20 8 5 0 0
    Sergio Kindle 19 4 1 1 0
    Oklahoma
    Austin English 28 11 6 0 0
    Ryan Reynolds 27 2 0 0 0
    Brian Jackson 26 0 0 1 0

    courtesy cbssports.com
    Column 1 Column 2
    2008
    Texas 45, Oklahoma 35: Mack Brown can finally say he's done something in the Texas-Oklahoma game that Bob Stoops hasn't -- pulled off an upset. And it's a big one. Brown's Longhorns grabbed some second-half momentum by foiling a fake punt, then Colt McCoy and the defense built on it, carrying No. 5 Texas. The Longhorns outscored the Sooners 25-7 after stopping the trickery, and their half of the record crowd of 92,182 fans loved every bit of it. At game's end, the folks in burnt orange enjoyed the biggest postgame celebration in the 103-game history of this Red River Rivalry. With the win, Texas grabs the inside track in both the conference and national championship races. The last two teams to come out of this game unbeaten -- Oklahoma in 2004, Texas in 2005 -- went to the national title game. [​IMG]
    2007
    Oklahoma 28, Texas 21: Since he's only 19 and was playing just his sixth college game, Oklahoma's Sam Bradford can be excused for thinking he can do things most quarterbacks wouldn't even try. Like calling an audible on third-and-14 from his own 12 amid the roar of Texas fans. Or going long on third down to a guy who spent the last few series getting treatment for a sore hamstring. Then again, Bradford is proving to be not-your-ordinary quarterback. Facing a tough foe in a hostile setting, Bradford looked as comfortable as he did in his record-setting first few games against overmatched opponents, throwing for 244 yards and three touchdowns and hardly making a mistake while steering the Sooners past the Longhorns. [​IMG]
    2006
    Texas 28, Oklahoma 10: Colt McCoy probably doesn't realize how quickly things have changed in the Texas-Oklahoma rivalry. Not long ago, the No. 7 Longhorns were the ones getting outhustled, outcoached and flat-out beat. Now, it's the No. 14 Sooners who are finding ways to lose. Adrian Peterson thought the ball bouncing off his hands meant an incomplete pass, not a fumbled lateral. Texas cornerback Aaron Ross wasn't sure, but scooped it up and scored just in case, and wound up with the touchdown that sealed the win. [​IMG]
    2005
    Texas 45, Oklahoma 12: The game was over, the "Eyes of Texas" had been sung and Vince Young was still on the run. The Texas Longhorns had finally beaten the Oklahoma Sooners -- stuck it to 'em, 45-12 -- and more than 30,000 people wearing burnt orange were on their feet turning five years of frustration into sheer joy. Young showed the Sooners how much he's developed since their last meeting, throwing three touchdown passes and guiding the No. 2 Longhorns to the victory. "We wanted them to feel everything we were feeling," Young said. "It was a great moment for all of us." [​IMG]
    2004
    Oklahoma 12, Texas 0: The Oklahoma Sooners found a new way to devastate the Texas Longhorns. Slowly. Painfully. And with a freshman plucked from East Texas doing most of the damage. In just his fifth college game, Adrian Peterson ran for 225 yards and made many big plays when No. 2 Oklahoma needed it most, helping the Sooners grind out a 12-0 victory over No. 5 Texas and stretch their winning streak in the storied rivalry to five straight. The Longhorns got shut out for the first time since November 1980, a run of 281 games that was the longest in the country. [​IMG]
    2003
    Oklahoma 65, Texas 13: The Oklahoma Sooners have the drill down pat. They stomp rival Texas, send the Sooner Schooner circling the Cotton Bowl turf, then gather around the 20-yard line for a team photo with the scoreboard in the background. This one read 65-13, and it provided the No. 1 Sooners with plenty to celebrate. Jason White threw four touchdown passes, Mark Clayton set a school record with 190 yards receiving and the defense came up with six turnovers as Oklahoma handed No. 11 Texas the most lopsided loss in the history of their Red River rivalry. The Sooners had two touchdowns touchdowns in every quarter and stretches of 20 and 38 straight points. [​IMG]
    2002
    Oklahoma 35, Texas 24: Just as the Red River shootout started to slip away from the Oklahoma Sooners, Quentin Griffin ran to the rescue -- and all over the Texas Longhorns. Griffin scooped up a loose ball and scored the go-ahead touchdown, ran 17 yards for the game-clinching score with 3:02 left and finished with a career-high 248 yards to carry the No. 2 Sooners past the No. 3 Longhorns 35-24. Coach Mack Brown fell to 2-7 against top-10 teams. Chris Simms was 12-of-26 for 156 yards with three interceptions and four sacks, including one on the game's final play. [​IMG]
     
  2. ThaEra25

    ThaEra25 Oregon=Longhorn Country

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    Now thats what I'm talking about...Who's ready to hit somebody...The Longhorns are READY!
     

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