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DALLAS -- Sometimes it's all about finding mismatches and exploiting them. While both teams are relatively even athletically, Texas' 28-21 loss to Oklahoma was all about mismatches and the Sooners taking advantage of them.

Football can be a complicated game, pitting two teams in a delicate, strategic battle, with coaches weaving intricate game plans to best put their respective teams in position for victory. But sometimes it's just about being bigger than the guy across from you. In too many instances on Saturday afternoon at Cotton Bowl, the Sooner was bigger than the Longhorn. Quite often the opposite was true... Recommended Stories

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