Sunday, November 7, 2010

TWTW: Oklahoma Splits Saturday, State Slows Baylor While OU Loses To A&M


Saturday was a weird day for OKlahoma-based football...

First, OSU can win the Big 12/11/10 South Division. They can win the Big 12/11/10 title, and they can go to a BCS bowl.

The Cowboys defense held Robert Griffin to only 267 passing yards. Brandon Weeden lit up Baylor for 435. The team put up a school-record 725 yards. Weeden broke two school records with 34 completions and his passing yardage.

Justin Blackmon, back after a one-game suspension for his DUI coming home from the Cowboys game, had 173 yards receiving, 69 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Jenni Carlson and Brandon Chatmon analyze the good...

For Oklahoma, they once again started another week by giving up points and an early lead. The HQ was trying to figure out where this particular Texas A&M team came from- scoring 19 unanswered points behind QB Ryan Tannehill's fairly flawless first half.

But, then in the second half, Tannehill became human and the Sooners closed the gap to 19-17. OU tried a fake field goal for the lead, but the pass was dropped in the endzone.

A&M then went down the field to score and put the game out of reach.
Does Bob Stoops realize he, probably, saved Mike Sherman's job for another season...?

Berry Tramel and Jake Trotter analyze the bad...

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