Texas leads Oklahoma 28-0 in Red River clash at Texas State Fair Longhorns quarterback Quinn Evers was sharp in his first showdown, completing 16 of 22 passes for 211 yards and three touchdowns in the first half to give Texas a huge lead over Oklahoma. Running back Bijon Robinson had 77 yards and a touchdown on the ground for UT.
Oklahoma played aggressively in Brent Venables’ first battle against Texas, but it wasn’t enough. After QB Davis Beville struggled, the Sooners turned to a Wildcat attack that saw five different players take snaps. Tight end Brayden Willis was the primary receiver, rushing five times for 17 yards and leading most of the handoffs. Beville has just 31 yards passing and one interception.
Defensively, the Sooners failed to get any pressure on Texas. Oklahoma has produced just one QB rush as Ewers has picked apart OU’s secondary. The biggest win over Oklahoma in Texas history was the Longhorns’ 45-12 national championship in 2005. If things stay this way, the deficit will be even bigger. Stay tuned to CBS Sports for live scores, updates, analysis and highlights from the Red River Showdown.
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