It didn't take long for Oklahoma to erase Missouri's lead and take their first.
Landry Jones led the Sooners on a 12-play, 69-yard drive that took 3:48 off the game clock and seemed to last only slightly more than that in real time.
That's the power of the Oklahoma no-huddle attack, which can score points in blurs and bunches, and if Oklahoma really has it revving, it could be curtains for Mizzou in Columbia. Despite a couple of turnovers by the Sooners, this has seemed like a game that Oklahoma will inevitably win by a touchdown or two almost the entire night.
And given the continued audio problems, Brent Musburger saying "That will be curtains for Mizzou in Columbia" might not sound that odd.