Texas pulls off upset, gives Sooners first loss in dominating 36-20 victory in the Red River Rivalry…
Horns Handle Sooners
The 2013 Longhorns were supposed to be a team years in the making. Top recruiting classes in 2010, 2011 and 2012, forged through the crucible of seeing the field too early, agonizing losses and and surprising rebounds. In 2010, Texas struggled with too-soft play on the lines and a lack of impact athletes to tote and catch the ball. By 2013, supposedly, those players were replaced with speedy deep threats. At running back, Texas returned both Johnathan Gray and Malcolm Brown, two backs who were ranked among the top backs in their respective classes. Saturday was a window to that talent. Saturday, despite missing a starting quarterback and starting right tackle* — wounds that would have waylaid the 'Horns just three years ago — Texas overpowered and out-athleted a team that entered the game 5-0 and ranked No. 12/10. Oklahoma's last two games included a solid win at Notre Dame and a victory over TCU, a team many considered to be a Big 12 favorite before the season started. But it wasn't...
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