Texas A&M leads Oklahoma, 34-13, with more than a quarter left to go in the Cotton Bowl. Likely the backbreaker: a 33-yard catch-and-run from Johnny Manziel to Ryan Swope, giving the Heisman winner 243 through the air and Swope 104 (in his last college game), which was set up in part by this quite-rude stiff-arm by Mike Evans.
The Aggies have 519 yards worth of offense, to Oklahoma's 266. That's already the second-most offense the Sooners have surrendered in a game all year. West Virginia has the mark, with 778. Whatcha got left in the tank, Kevin Sumlin?
Manziel has rushed for 169, with the team as a whole -- well, that A&M running game is making a miserable Sooners rush defense look abominable:
*Eleven point nine* for A&M RT @sbnationcfb: Oklahoma ranks 97th in yards allowed per rush, as you can see.— Jason Kirk (@JasonKirkSBN) January 5, 2013
It's not getting any better, either, with the first three Sooners drives of the second half resulting in three-and-outs.
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