Landry Jones threw for 236 yards and two
touchdowns, DeMarco Murray ran for two scores on hurry-up plays and
No. 8 Oklahoma survived another fourth-quarter swoon Saturday to
hand No. 21 Texas its second straight loss, 28-20 in the Red River
The Sooners (5-0, 1-0 Big 12) jumped out to a two-touchdown lead
in the first quarter, then got bailed out by a muffed punt late for
a second straight week. The Longhorns had scored 10 straight points
and were set to get the ball back in the final 62 seconds when
Aaron Williams dropped the punt and James Winchester recovered it
to let Oklahoma run out the clock.
Two plays earlier, Jared Norton had a chance to give Texas (3-2,
1-1) the ball inside the Oklahoma 10 but instead knocked Jones'
fumble out of bounds.
Until the wild finish, the Sooners seemed in control from the
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