Set 'em up, Joe. We'll have a Bailey's over ice. Make that a double, considering Texas' first lead…
Apologies to Jamaal Charles ...Again
I'm sorry. I'm so very sorry, Jamaal. We were wrong. The Nebraska comeback wasn't a fluke derivative from the nation's absolute worst run defense being tired in the fourth quarter, it was a turning point. He's running different. He's running stronger and more confident, holding onto the football and making much better cuts and reads. Yes, he once again had just one huge quarter, but even heading into the fourth, Charles was already averaging 6.1 ypc in the game. Of course, his 125 in the final frame took that average up to a sick 11.2 for the game (180 on 16 carries) to go with his three touchdowns. For those of you keeping score at home, that's 341 yards and five TDs on 20 carries (17.1 ypc)...in just the fourth quarters of the past two games. Again, Texas came back, but Chalres also did it in a game he wasn't supposed to. Oklahoma State had the nation's 116th ranked pass defense heading into the contest. This was supposed to be the Texas Airshow, yet the Longhorns didn't...
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