Oklahoma is threatening to make the Red River Rivalry a blowout before the half. Landry Jones hooked up with Ryan Broyles for his second passing touchdown of the day, and the Sooners lead 20-3 with over 10 minutes to go in the second quarter.
Jones helped save the Oklahoma touchdown drive, which began near midfield after a David Ash interception, by calling an audible to Jaz Reynolds on third and 25 — and connecting on a 30-yard pass. He's now thrown for 196 yards on 15-of-22 passing.
Texas' offense isn't looking like it has the firepower to keep up with the Sooners, either. The 'Horns have just 56 yards, and no plays of more than 18 yards.
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