Texas leads Oklahoma 28-0 in what becomes a historic blast against Red River at the Texas State Fair. Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers was sharp in his first game, completing 16 of 22 passes for 211 yards and three touchdowns in the first half to give the Texans a big lead over Oklahoma. Running back Bijan Robinson also has 77 yards and touchdowns for the UT.
Oklahoma played hard in Brent Venables’ first fight against Texas as the main man, but that wasn’t enough. After struggling QB Davis Beville, the Sooners switched to a Wildcat attack that featured five different players. Tight finish Brayden Willis was the primary receiver, rushing five times for 17 yards and leading most deliveries. Bevel has only 31 yards pass and intercept.
Defensively, the Sooners failed to put any pressure on the Texans. Oklahoma only created one wheel of QB as the Ewers cut a minor OU. The biggest win in Texas history over Oklahoma was the 45-12 decision in 2005, the year the Longhorns won the National Championship. If things go this way, the deficit could be even greater. Stay connected with CBS Sports for live scores, updates, analysis and highlights from the Red River Showdown.
“Coffee ninja. Web fan. Hipster-friendly beer enthusiast. Professional creator.”