Oklahoma Demolishes Texas: Live Blog
Let’s get this started. It’s on:
— Sergio Rodriguez G (@sergiordzgro) October 13, 2012
Oklahoma should easily climb back in to the top 10 after this rout of Texas
— Matt Ryan (@Matlanta1989) October 13, 2012
— Jared Davis (@Jar_edD) October 13, 2012
Congrats to Texas scoring their first offensive touchdown on Oklahoma’s second string defense!
— Kenneth Ward♿ (@KingKenneth3) October 13, 2012
As a Oklahoma fan I don’t wanna see Texas score anymore this game.. no field goals. Just punting & sacks.
— Clyde Frog(@BPerry318) October 13, 2012
I absolutely love when Oklahoma is beating Texas…it’s just the best feeling.
— Nicole Thompson (@ncthompson10) October 13, 2012
— Anderson Starling (@AMStarling) October 13, 2012
The Oklahoma/Texas game has been awful, but the music going to breaks has been on point. Just now, “You Dropped The Bomb On Me” #GapBand
— Robert Flores (@RoFloESPN) October 13, 2012
— J__Reyes (@J__Reyes) October 13, 2012
TEXAS GETTING SMACKED BY OKLAHOMA 46-8 WAY TO SHOW UP LONGHORNS
— DAVE BRANDWEIN (@CHICAGOSPORT14) October 13, 2012
Roger Clemens watching Texas-Oklahoma. Why is this important? Because his necklace is awesome. twitter.com/TheSportsHerni…
— The Sports Hernia (@TheSportsHernia) October 13, 2012
This Texas and Oklahoma game U G L Y
— Tavario Miller (@TavarioMiller) October 13, 2012
Mack Brown is the highest paid head coach in college football but yet #TEXAS can’t seem 2 beat Oklahoma. Oh ok.
— Armon Brown (@JustSABrown8504) October 13, 2012
1st downs… Oklahoma 21, Texas 3
— Cassie Lund (@Rising_Above) October 13, 2012
Texas MUST score a touchdown atleast once every 6 minutes and not let Oklahoma score at all. Thats our silver lining for this game.
— J o s e p h ^-^ (@joelara31) October 13, 2012
Landry Jones INT is retuned for a TD, Texas misses the extra point, Oklahoma Leads 36-8
— Edwin Delgado (@EdwinDelgado13) October 13, 2012
This game is at the State Fair of TEXAS – NOT Oklahoma. So why are we getting run out of our own state fair? Mack Brown, secret OU agent?
— AggieRickisAnnoying (@VivaLonghorns) October 13, 2012
— Mike Skow (@MikeSkow) October 13, 2012
I just looked it up and about 50 of OU’s 99 player roster is from Texas, there’s like 20 from Oklahoma and the rest are from all over.
— Tyler Satoshi (@TylerSatoshi74) October 13, 2012
The Oklahoma-Texas game gives me an urge to do a meme.
— Dan Tylicki (@DanTylicki) October 13, 2012
— HornsNation (@ESPNHornsNation) October 13, 2012
— Heidi (@HeidiL_RN) October 13, 2012
Yard total at the half Oklahoma 407 and Texas 65. I mean do you need the rest of the stats?
— Sean Adams (@thatsean) October 13, 2012
Rush yards: Oklahoma 206, Texas 2. A stunning no-show by Texas.
— Bill Haisten (@billhaisten) October 13, 2012
RT @dufresnelatimes Oklahoma is leading Texas 91-19 since the start of last year’s game….
— Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) October 13, 2012
Good grief, Texas. You know today’s game against Oklahoma is fairly important, right?
— Kellis Robinett (@KellisRobinett) October 13, 2012
This is the worst Texas performance against Oklahoma since…last year.
— Smushy F Baby (@SmushCaptain) October 13, 2012
I know it’s early, but if you took that #Oklahoma -3 vs Texas than you’re probably sittin pretty good right now.
— Ben Fitzpatrick (@benpdtfitz) October 13, 2012
My cat could tackle Oklahoma better than Texas…
— Leslie J. Benson (@BamaGRL19) October 13, 2012
— Mike Fernandez (@MIKE_GeauxLSU) October 13, 2012
It’s whatever. Half of Oklahoma’s football players are from Texas anyway. We all one fam:) … **only saying that cause Texas is losing
— Vincent(@TheVincentBryan) October 13, 2012
Red River Rivalry not much of one right now. OU 27, Texas 2. Total yards: Sooners 315; Longhorns 300 minus that. bit.ly/OwSARo
— Sporting News (@sportingnews) October 13, 2012
Texas: 4 possessions, 4 3-and-outs, 14 yards. Oklahoma leads 20-2.
— George Schroeder (@GeorgeSchroeder) October 13, 2012
— Kevin (@K_Mart10) October 13, 2012
The way Oklahoma is beating on Texas they can give WVU a run for their money week 10
— Jon Rackson (@Jack_Boy27) October 13, 2012
Oklahoma is going ham on Texas right now at the Fairgrounds. Mack Brown is going to need a fried pickle at halftime.
— Dave Shook (@DShookCSL) October 13, 2012
If I understand the Red River rivalry correctly, Texas won and sometimes Oklahoma wins a football game.
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) October 13, 2012
Are we seeing an elevated Oklahoma? Or a flat Texas?
— Ishtiaque Hossain (@ihossain2010) October 13, 2012
Watching Texas and Oklahoma is laughable, not what it used to be. 5 SEC teams would crush both of these squads.
— Bryan Harper (@NoDoubtGuy40) October 13, 2012
Ref at the Texas Oklahoma game looks like he could give Hochuli a run for his money!
— Brian Zimmerman (@blzim50) October 13, 2012
Oklahoma RB Damien Williams’ 95-yard TD run was the third-longest run in OU history. Sooners lead Texas 13-2. #TEXvsOU
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 13, 2012
Woof! Worth checking out D Williams’ 95-yard rushing TD for Oklahoma against Texas just now – gas, elusiveness, great blocking: lovely
— Josh Gardner (@joshgardner) October 13, 2012
Texas has another opportunity to score as Oklahoma goes for the extra point.
— FanSided College (@FanSidedU) October 13, 2012
Watching the Texas-Oklahoma game now…So THAT’S what a full Cotton Bowl stadium looks like #TicketCityBowl
— Matt Maisel (@Matt_Maisel) October 13, 2012
If you’re watching Texas – Oklahoma, that was Quentin Jammer’s little brother who just returned that blocked PAT.
— Darren Smith (@DSmithShow) October 13, 2012
Home run Seahawks! RT@thesportshernia Texas 6, Oklahoma 2. Who will be the first middle-aged sportswriter to craft a baseball score zinger?
— HumbleSportsGuy (@HumbleSportsGuy) October 13, 2012
Oklahoma is up on Texas, 6-2. I think it’s in the bottom of the second inning.
— Sports Shmorts (@Sports_Shmorts) October 13, 2012
Lol woooowwwww what just happened??? This Oklahoma Texas game is craaaazyyyyy
— أنا معجزة (@SpliGG_Gullis) October 13, 2012
And Oklahoma continues the streak of successful fourth-down conversions against Texas to six. Blake Bell scores on the next play, 7-0 OU.
— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) October 13, 2012
— SBN College Football (@SBNationCFB) October 13, 2012
My backwater #ABC affiliate is airing local D-III football instead of the Oklahoma-Texas game. I am dumbfounded.
— Ryan Winkler (@Ryan_Winkler) October 13, 2012
Split right down the middle. A bucket list game folks: twitter.com/BryanDFischer/…
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 13, 2012
#Big12Insider For those watching on ABC, OU fans have the Cotton Bowl from the 50 to right as you view the game. UT fans seated to left.
— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 13, 2012
Anybody have an answer for this? Oklahoma is called “The University of Oklahoma” (UofO), but their helmets say “OU”.. Why? Go.
— Dustin Stinson (@DustinsonSays) October 13, 2012