Oklahoma was dominating the Red River Rivalry in the first half. And then the Sooners added two more touchdowns in the first half of the third quarter.
Frank Alexander forced a fumble and returned it for a touchdown on the first Texas series of the second half to make the score 41-10, and then Dominique Whaley broke a 64-yard touchdown run that pushed the advantage to 48-10. Landry Jones, so good in the first half, has only thrown for 21 yards in the second half.
Even the things that go right for Texas aren't actually going right: D.J. Monroe's kickoff return for a touchdown was nullified by a holding penalty.
Worst of all: Oklahoma has more than half of the third quarter and the entire fourth quarter to add more points to the board. "The Red River Rivalry is turning into a Red River bloodbath," said ABC's Brent Musburger, and it's impossible to argue with that.
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