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2023 Oklahoma Sooners vs Texas Longhorns Full Game Replay | Red River Rivalry | 1080p

May 24, 2024
fresh and fresh in the Cotton Bowl for a beautiful day in college football the 119th Red River

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here come the Oklahoma Sooners 5 and 0 in a rebuilding year the second year under Brent vbl without thinking about the pain of the shutout of the last year here at the hands of the The Longhorns are not the favorites today, this Texas team is also five and 0, they are a professional team, says St Sarkeesian, they keep their emotions in check, but they already passed a massive test on the road this season, a resounding victory over the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa.
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Tavian Sanders looks like number zero. healthy and ready, that's good news for Longhorns fans. They are a talented tight end. Both fan bases are beyond excited. They both feel good about where their football teams are, but they can't feel good because they know the challenge that awaits them on the other side of this. Today's legendary stadium is absolutely unique, so sit back and enjoy the next few hours and welcome to the All State Red River

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s is precious, but when these teams are undefeated and have championship dreams, they feels a little bigger and more important, that's what we have here today, two football teams that really complete you. I have two quarterbacks and Dylan Gabriel for Oklahoma BR Yu for Texas playing at a very high level and surrounded by playmakers who like their matchups against opposing defensive backs and then of course there is the all important ferocity of the trenches when these two teams meet the line. from scrimmage very often decides things Aris Gabriel his 43rd start but this is the most important moment of his career that he couldn't pass a year ago the concussion protocol knocked him out and the man from Hawaii, the lefty in which you can spin the ball so beauti

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y, it's been the zone so far this season well, it's been a dozen years since these teams were undefeated and since 55 it's exactly dead even 33 wins a piece 5 and 0 for the first time it's 08 which was a memorable season for both programs Dallas has hosted for the last 95 years, this is the final chapter of course as the Big 12 Conference will leave for the SEC next season.
2023 oklahoma sooners vs texas longhorns full game replay red river rivalry 1080p
H Ro has a ringside seat for this one, he's with Steve Sarkeesian Well coach, there's been a lot of buzz all week, this atmosphere is electric. Do you want your team to use it productively? I just want you to have fun today. You know these guys worked really hard. They had a great week of preparation. I want you to enjoy the moment. Play good football. You've got a couple of key guys. who were waiting due to an injury, how do you see Sanders performing today and Jayen Watt? uh, JT Sanders is ready to go. Ryan Watt won't be able to go today.
2023 oklahoma sooners vs texas longhorns full game replay red river rivalry 1080p
Thank you very much coach, thank you. Great day for football, isn't it? Is incredible. yes, temperatures in the 60s, they will be in the 60s throughout the game, it's a breezy day and you're watching a Big 12 presentation on ESPN. K Street has made its way through the crowd and is here at a pretty good time. Yes, 153 to the elevator. Oh, we set the table a few minutes ago, Kirk, but as you know, this is how it is and you can feel it on the field. It's one of those games where the physical and emotional fuel overflows for each player, how can you not let it? who take control in such a big game.
I give Texas an edge there because of the experience they have not only this year, but this is a team they've been through a lot. Think about the defeats that have accumulated. In the last two or three years, some of the embarrassing moments they had and now they are a veteran team that survived Oklahoma in year two under Brent Benol. This is new for them, they embarrassed themselves last year on this field, I think I've used that as motivation to get them ready to play and avenge that loss. What happens on this field just resonates forever in these powerful moments of rivalry over the years, and sometimes today you have to keep an eye out for the little moments because they can be magnified and have an impact. big impact on the result 5050 as always the crowd on the left side as you watch this the Orange Nation burns the Crimson of the Sunna Nation on the right side U won the toss and Brett Venol as he does so F so that Texas gets the ball first when the Yours has been so calm, he was calm, very introspective in our meeting last night, but he knows what it takes to have the right mind for this.
Heen Robinson returns to return this very solid Zack Schmidt for the Sooners to help us get Red River's number started. 119 Robinson rises and will have a chance thanks to the good coverage of 11, the Sooners flew down the field behind that high kickoff and you are backed up at the 19 yard line when he comes out for his 16th start, it looks like he only has 20 years. he's been around longer, he tried it last year in a mismatch. He knows that the challenge against this U defense is much greater today, without a doubt. I really thought there was a possible face mask there in Oklahoma on this kickoff, but move on.
Note that he mentioned that Texas, split 50/50, will start the ball and ERS right in the heart of the U side of the field, with that crowd being a factor. Jonathan Brooks had an excellent first five games at running back as he immediately passed the ball to Xavier. worthy two years ago here he scored from 75 yards on the first play this time he accepts a loss. I think Woody Washington, one of the veterans of this Oklahoma defense, was part of the loss. What a job to set the tone. I know it is. the first play is important, but it's a screen where he just throws at Jatavian Sanders' potential block and makes a great tackle for a loss.
Both DBS sets will be tested in coverage and run support today, you have the ball. he almost screwed it up, he threw a straight pick to Gentry Williams who jumped the route, big mistake of yours and oh you'll take over in the Red Zone, yours gets confused here Chris, he had two Slants Oklahoma does a good job and what an incredible job. by jentry Williams jumping this route look at the ERS hesitation, not sure, not sure to throw it anyway and great job by Williams undercutting that to get in front of Mitchell anticipating that great slant work from the U defense in these first two plays and now what. field position to start the game for Dylan Gabriel chooses in consecutive games for Williams Marcus major is back to the right of Dylan Gabriel has the ball on the floor gets a block on the edge of Stogner the tight end but Texas stops him There are jumps by there Dyan Gabriel, a quarterback who didn't get a chance to play in this game the second year in this system.
They're going to go very fast today against Texas Gabriel, who can run, takes off, has some space, in fact, he's a. a Farooq in the back field there a wild cat snaps so early wrinkle here solid gain yeah but receiver here like you say a little wrinkle for C catch Texas off guard with the pace and on third and one they hammer forward and get a first target, you know him and I'm talking about this, it's a lot like what Tennessee was doing last year with Henden Hooker and that Josh Hy scheme. Very similar style to Jeff Levy.
It's so fast that you practice it all week. It's so hard to simulate and prepare. see it until you see it for the first time Gabriel on the long throw intervening Andre Anthony wasn't quite on the same page Terrence Brooks in coverage they don't have Ryan to see his excellent corner today and they will test in that corner who is in and One of the things you have to deal with is not just the tempo, but U is going to get the ball out of Dylan Gabriel's hands as fast as he can. They have a lot of respect, as they should, for the Texas front and their ability to apply. pressure that the ball comes out fast Gabriel throws darts up the middle and scores the players draw First Blood quickly cashing in the pick he did a very good job selling this and in F follows his right guard M metaler watch him wait patiently allow those to set blocks themselves on that left side, good work on Stogner's part, the winger tied up on that left side creating that wall cleared it for the guard to come, but a lot of patience on Dill and Gabriel's part to get that shape in front of him.
Oklahoma couldn't have imagined a better They start, they take the takeout only the second pick you've thrown this season and Gabriel takes it to the end zone for the fifth time running back fourth in the last three games on defense with a big interception remember they were torched a year ago come back get the turnover give Dylan Gabriel great field position and the Sooners cash in here early in Dallas sunny and windy day in Dallas aerial coverage presented by Good Year celebrating the challenge of the games out and about everywhere are you ready for the trip? good year more driven less More than two minutes early with a touchdown and Kirk, who tried a few minutes ago to start this game, had to shake off a terrible mistake on the second pick he threw, by far the most costly Robson expects again on the goal line and he likes to return it from the four lateral steps, a man and advances through the 28, so what does Taresian say to him?
Well, the only thing he relies on is last year's experience and he had moments like that and that's where we all feel like he's really grown, you know he has to adapt to this game. HRH talked this week about not being emotional, a lot of emotions in his St, a lot of movement with the players on the field, his quarterback has to be beyond what he is. a real strength of his, so now he has to bounce back from adversity, it's what you do, you're going to be through enough football in his life to know that putting that behind him and moving on is Brooks' short gain covered by Ethan DS in Oklahoma. defense with a lot of new faces a lot of transfer portals some young players they worked on have improved a lot over the first five games of last year's nightmare your back faces the field and they will attack it a short sack no one opens and the pocket collapses around him, so Terry caught him, yes, this is the area where Oklahoma has improved the most and has worked hard to improve: the defensive line and the ability to get after the quarterback, we have an offensive lineman to he.
Texas is a veteran offensive line with experience and they played a lot of football together, it looks like it could be Jake Major, the center, well he is a hugely important figure on this team, a third year starter who is the quarterback of the offensive line . We'll step aside while you take a look at Jake, the All State Red River rivalry on ABC presented by Head and Shoulders. Make every wash count in part so everyone stays in good hands and Chick-fil-A, the new Honey. The Pepperoni Chicken Sandwich has arrived at Chick-fil-A, enjoy it for a limited time, well here's the catch of Dean Terry as he fell, he fell on the back of Texas number 65, center Jake Major, who He walked slowly towards the band, here's another one. look and again one of the main stalemates of this offensive line, the left leg there curls into every offensive lineman's worst fear and the third and 13 ERS just throws a little pass to Brooks out of the backfield, who had too much work to do do.
To get there, Danny Stman, the best tackler in this conference a year ago, tackles him and the Sooners get off the field with a stop. He does a good job. You see him almost drop 80, but he forces him out of that pocket, this Oklahoma. defense to think about where they were a year ago 49 points allowed in this game almost 600 yards 6 yards per carry 36 first downs these first two drives for Texas have been relentless uhoh and now in Oklahoma territory is Jordan Whittington, the sarkeesian wide receiver feeling that something had to change early and he rolled the dice, you're absolutely right, a late shift, Oklahoma didn't see that so they were able to flank them at the edge and he's able to get the yards he needs, you see it all the way. here Oklahoma didn't adjust, it was a late break from the Huddle Oklahoma caught completely off guard and I love your point about even though it's their own territory, they had to do something to create a spark and a little momentum by playing on their The fourth edition of the Red River rivalry makes a big move now yours.
He has been harassed a lot from the beginning. He tried to give it to Brooks with a gun shot, but Ethan Downs made him uncomfortable that time. What about that? I thought I was crossing the line. from scrimmage maybe he was just behind, he was very, very close, you see the line of scrimmage around the 48, look at the pressure, a lot of good coverage downfield, his whole body looked like he was on the other side of the line of scrimmage, in In any case, maybe just a foot. stay behind the line but without a flag, it only takes one part of your body to avoid the penalty and they do it and this is the type of race that Brooks has run a lot this season the quick burst up the middle wellblocked key lawren stopped it Hayden Conor left the guard, nice little counter play here along with Gunar Helm and now they are showing Oklahoma some of their own medicine that goes fast as the defense is not aligned but they close out Brooks very quickly and stops at the 40 Gentry Williams who had the the big selection makes the entry and now another decision for sarkeesian is the fourth down, he tries to catch them off guard.
Oklahoma did a pretty good job again up front. Bo, that defensive line is penetrating very actively in this game with Majors out. Conor Robertson in saan red at Wildcat. position CJ Baxter Freshman is to his right and a shot up the middle and is caught completely Sarkeesian with another big gamble now the ball is loose at the end of the play and a fumble recovery was ruled by the Oklahoma Gunner Helm, the tight end, caught the pass. and then he fumbled the ball at the end and savian red is known as, like you say, the wildcat, he's a running back, he hasn't shown it much, he's a running back, but he's through the defense communicating, hey, he's in, he's inside, so let's look up. they bomb thisThe sponsor watches the defense collapse, so it's a great decision by Sark one step ahead of the defense and Brent Venal, you can see the ball almost comes out.
Boy, his right knee may have been down. Bring on Bill Iman. Texas crowd reacts as sh on big screen Bill, what do you see on this play? This is a huge decision. At the beginning of this game, yes, they're checking it right now, but the knees are down, the ball is coming out,

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is going to reverse this. They keep the ball Bill, how about Bob? I grabbed that one right there. Bill started to lose control at that moment. Look, he started fumbling the ball. They're trying to knock him out right there, but good job showing strength. to keep him now he has it locked in and like Bill said it's very close it really is a barn and it's a barn usually it goes with the call on the field you have to go with the call on the field Richard Brown is the

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official for this team 12 grand, is the evidence that he still had control clear enough to overturn the decision on the field?
Bill, if you were in that position, what would you do well again? The call on the field is a fumble and a recovery, so they have to have indisputable video evidence to say no, he had complete control, so they have to follow the call on the field, in that case, what sarkeesian SE on their own fake punt, they get it, they face another fourth down, they go to a crumple and throw a pass, it's all going to come down to whether or not they feel the ball was moving slightly before the knee hit right, check this out, We apologize, we are having some serious technical problems in the first minute of this broadcast.
I hope our team does a great job, but it's a power issue and our team is as good as any trying to understand camera terms and Mike Thron is back up and running the last view I just saw from the repeat booth. I have firm control of the ball with my knee down, okay, but you went back and forth a couple of times, didn't you? That is your final verdict. I'm going to go with that now, he just saw a different shot that he feels better about. what a call this is, whichever way it goes, I mean everything going in Oklahoma's favor early, the fake punt to keep the drive alive, a potential conversion here, like I said, the ball gets hit right there by Billy Bowman, he is able to maintain control of it and then he starts to come out, but this is Judgment, if the knee was down before he came out, the knee is down right there and you could certainly argue that he still has control with the two hands, but it's kind of a split second, literally.
How about how about SAR via the fake punt and then the fourth down with the Wildcat quarterback after the first down at the 14 yard line wasn't the call on the field, it was the call from the booth, but this is? huge, so Texas, with a couple of bets, is set up at the 14-yard line, what a sequence of plays, what a start to this 119th Red River rivalry, their crowd should have the benefit of a relatively quiet series as they try to tie it . the score here and here there is a reverse, another wrinkle at the end, as ke Robinson sarcus shows a lot in these first 20 works that comes with a script and has gone off script a couple of times.
I think he had to adapt because I think what surprised him. I had a lot of respect for what Brent Benes had done in recruiting to see this defensive line. They punished him a year ago, but Bren Benal in this second year has different people to work with up front and they are winning. the line of scrimmage sar's strength to get the ball away from that front Robinson and Brooks flanking you and a shot Sanders leaned in the air and intercepted the second takeaway Kendall Dolby appears with the pick Billy Bowman hit it in the air He launched it into the air and pierced Sanders' chest in the process.
He's the veteran there, just a grinder. How fitting for him in this rivalry game, he makes this play sitting here waiting for the potential threat right there, I think. Viewers at home watching it live wondered if it might be a defenseless player who was hit with loose high balls, but he hits it clean below the neck area, so it's a clean hit, the ball on the spot. timely moment rises into the air and Dolby is there to take it away from Junior. The Denton safety is a great playmaker. He made an interception in the fourth quarter.
A close game in Cincinnati ended the Bearcat's hopes of winning that game. Last week, third play of the game. It's a pick six against Iowa State and now this big hit and one of the big weapons in this Texas offense Sanders and Oklahoma two takeaways Texas offense only had two turnovers all season now One wrinkle on this side is Gabriel , the quarterback is split, stepping under center, now he will step back and take the throw, it's faroo running left a lot of movement by the Sooners just trying to affect Texas' communication, they are in big play position Stutter Step that will get sucked in from behind after a brief gain, so Oklahoma dropped back for this possession and the Texas defense did a good job so far, they've created a 3rd and 13 Baron cell and then they stop and now it's super loud for the Oklahoma offense on this end Gabriel from his own End Zone throws it high and incomplete tried to find Drake Stoops in the middle and long.
Horn hits a three and it comes out well when they spread you so much horizontally that it creates great vertical seams. Look at all the space to work with for Gabriel to get the ball out quickly, but with the blitz on the way it's just a one-on-one matchup. with Stoops against Thompson, but an Aent pass never had a chance there on third down and Xavier Worthy waits in Oklahoma territory to receive Josh Plaster's punt and is blocked and Texas scores a touchdown. Could you ask for more wild things in the first few minutes of this game Malik Mohammad is a true freshman in the fourth he made the play there is a flag on the field I think it's a celebration flag this score will count but it's probably over-celebration The way Texas ended this game I mean, this is classic U Texas this is the Cotton B, this is what it's all about, right, I don't know, man, we've seen a lot of these games.
I have seen very few. It started like this. It's crazy. He is telling you that you could probably receive this penalty. maybe the kickoff or the extra point. You know, special teams, like you said, always have a way to factor in FS a touchdown after the play. We've already seen Bowman. He has blocked two puns this year for Oklahoma. You thought they might have a special team. Edge comes in, but looks at Malik Muhammad's move. Mohamed ends up jumping on the ball. Good job by Crawford to get his hand on it. Crawford is one of the Gunners, he is one of the best special teams players.
Tremendous work. of letting it run and Mohamad there for a touchdown and not a safety, catch your breath here, six minutes later in Dallas, some crazy stuff, seven a piece, he's taking the fourth-ranked Buckey back to Chris and Herby Kevin Dan, thanks . There's a lot going on in this midday ET window, nothing wilder than what's happening here, two interceptions made a fake punt, then a quarter and talk we rest on a fumble that was overturned and then a blocked punt for a touchdown, that's it, that's it. If you just join us, you missed Lefty Stone to kick it.
Farooq, who appears in a variety of roles here throughout the year, is the returner and upwind he will have a chance from about the 14 yard line and now a trick on the return, the ball is thrown back and this It's pedway and he has the ball near the 45 yard line, what else can happen? Well, with that unsportsmanlike penalty on the Texas bench, they end up kicking it from their own 20-yard line, so there's plenty of room for the Sooners to work with and another, why not, a little Dazzle from both sides and big yards with Texas out position to their own 44-yard line, so special teams on both sides impact this game, both coaches. feeling an adventurous mood today, all the advantages they can try to get in a matchup that we think is pretty good, even yeah, the board, if it weren't for Sark and of course Jeff Banks, the special teams coach , Texas would be down with the fake punt, call it fourth and five and then the blocked punt, it's one of the best in the country, it came with Sark from Alabama.
We're going to bring Bill Ammane back in because Richard Brown, the replay official, is going to look at this or not. The little pass on the kickoff return was a forward pass that wouldn't be allowed Bill, they're looking at the kickoff point and then the touchpoint, you know, live on the field. I didn't think it was a questionable decision at all, but I was looking. It's here on the replay again, it's amazing how tight this is, but the ball is coming forward from where the receiver is, you almost have to do it to get it to him, see it come loose right there on the other side of the 20, yeah, and look where he catches it. pass yes that will be a point foul and a 5 year penalty so a point foul from the 22 would move you to the 17 if they take it away that's about a 44 yard difference or from the 44 yard line , so if you are scoring at home for lman bar burners for the official replay match that is appropriate for this game hey, a friend of mine texted me and said we should call the replay cheaters, proof that it is one of those things you practice and wonder if the coach is ever going to call you If you have to time it perfectly, BR threw the ball in the air, but a little too soon upon closer review, the throw went forward from the 20-yard line pass and from there it will be at the 15, what are you Kirk?
Both head coaches know they are the misadventurers so early. Sometimes you keep it well. You wait until maybe the second half. I think these coaches realize the importance of trying to get out early. We haven't even gotten into the flow of this game of Jeff Levy's offense and the pace and the strength of Texas' defensive line who's going to win the battle. We haven't even really had a chance to get into this game because there have been so many giveaways. and coming so many unusual plays say that Again, except that the 15 Major is the Texas CRS from behind, the line and the Major will be knocked down after a short game.
It's an Oklahoma run game that can be effective on Spotz Kirk, but do you really expect them to be able to move the Texas fine? this afternoon, well, they're going to have to wear them down with the pace, that's their only chance. This hasn't been an explosive run offense, it's really been more about a quick pass rush and trying to make plays with Dylan Gabriel and these R receivers moving along the throw, Stoops gets a block on the edge and is out of bounds at about the 25 yard line, he's right near the scoreboard, nicely blocked by Nick Anderson in front of him to give him a chance to get the first play fast as they move the six Gabriel hits as he hits a drive from behind and the ball falls incomplete, that was big.
Andre sweats with an inner power move, yeah, and that's what you expect to see from this front, you know, that's why. Oklahoma wants to go fast because they don't want to deal with it, are you kidding me? I mean, he's a big man at 362 pounds, he's got some crunch, believe it or not, with one arm he just pushed the lineman back and affected the quarterback. Gabriel runs away. the pocket now has to look and make a play to the left of him and he's not going to get there chased and chased by true freshman Anthony Hill who had a big impact on the win at Alabama, yeah that was aUnusual move by Dylan Gabriel. he gets back in the pocket, he crouches there, yeah, and he had a wide receiver in the slot to his left if he could get the ball out quickly and flash, but because of the size, that's been a big emphasis with Texas, Dylan Gabriel on the roster. at 5'11 I don't even know if he's that tall, so not only will I penetrate him and get to him, but I'll also get a push from Collins and Murphy and sweat so that right in his sight he takes those Lanes throwing back next to the noisy Third Street. and Walker with 11 toes is behind Gabriel goes straight back to throw, has the timing off and then is caught by Anthony, but the first down is missing, so again they get pressure and it was sweat who put his hand on the B.
I could see What is this vertical? There's no way the big guy he made took off pretty well at 362, the big man put his hand on him, the big man w in that series for Oklahoma, so here's Josh Plaster, who just got hit in the face from his own side. area for the second punt worth waiting for at 25 if the player can get it out this time Texas retires and plays for a return it is a very ugly kick from Line Drive a flag is down he will roll dead in the Texas 42 wow what an adventure for the bettor , a flag 26 And it's on the far sideline, close to the line of scrimmage, if he was trying to kick it rugby style Kirk, just bounce it off the ground, it certainly looked like it took a few, you know, two or three steps to their right, they usually kick or punt those balls much lower and just wait for them to pass talking to the Texas sideline special teams who play a key role, but maybe not as key this early, talking about the flag that was back. near the line of scrimmage Five guys in the back field illegal formation kicking team number 10 was covered as anible number and then shible puts Texas at 47 if you're good you can breathe deeply that pick cost him seven points but the horns longs playing their own special teams have stabilized it from time to time, now you really get into your game plan, but again the line of scrimmage believes that Texas would win that, but they haven't been able to do it yet.
No, Brooks, there's not much room to stop right at the line of scrimmage HollyWell guys, Jake Major, the most important part of this Texas offensive line is in the locker room, they took him off the field, they examined the bones and the ankle and the left foot, tried to push him, but it didn't work, so they took him back. inside he's a big deal, he's the most effective communicator up front, he sets the protections, the lines, he's such an integral piece and the guy replacing him right now is a freshman, a freshman. in a red shirt, it's a great story to watch guys, it's Conor Robinson.
Now you're right, Majors has a tremendous calm about him, a great Cent personality that ERS counts on. You will have to do it. Whittington on the near side manages to catch it in Oklahoma territory. It was a much better job of giving him something. The time Hayden Conor came down to help Robertson in pass protection, he at least had time that the play couldn't be run down the field to get a first down, but it's just one of the few times he's been able to sit there and examine coverage. Ed Mitchell, left of the formation, ERS is going to fake the pump and then he'll lunge forward and they'll go to six.
Another tactical fight. You've done a lot more of that this year very effectively. It's a good job. I wanted to free him, but. he senses pretty good coverage here from the stud, he gets into that throwing lane so he has to get out of it playing with the down tempo flag before the snap and it's a false start so that's the other part of the equation when you try to get the defense disorganized 5 yard penalty still first downs Mitchell that night Mitchell just flinched a little while Winnington was on the move, you're right about the hectic things that happen here, no offense could really get established, no we have to look at what's going on other than the U's defensive front is playing well yes playing a fake long throw and slipping a tackle is Winnington but a short gain as the chase caught up with him just can't say enough about how different things are in year two for Venable and Ted of the defense. a coordinator you know if you are a fan of the U when they hire Brent venables this is what you imagine this is the defense you think of when you think of Brent benol to a defense that flies moves confuses a quarterback confuses protection ERS doubts and that's going to be fatal for him today, he breaks through to free Jean Terry, he's hanging on for dear life, it's another capture for the previous front again, that's what we just talked about, it's showing one thing and moving on to another, seeing good coverage on the field.
So the front and the coverage marry each other, so ERS is not just the pass rush, it's the confusion with good downfield coverage that you force yourself to hold on to the ball and then by doing so you give him time to the defensive front to get there. he is now Oklahoma with a key guy on the field Dean Terry, the nose tackle made the sack on Viers and the play that injured Jake Major is now being analyzed by the Oklahoma training staff if you look at Terry and Ford Lacy Laulu I want I mean, they have four transfer portals of guys that came in and made a difference and added depth.
This is where we are. This is the first throw ERS had, it was an interception and allowed Oklahoma to get on the board early. with d Gabriel gave Texas credit, they came back, it looked like they were going to drive and put points on the board, the interception defense does its job, forces the punt and Jeff pretends that the unit comes with that block and a touchdown to tie the score In the middle of all that a fake punt and a Sarkeesian call that worked third and 19 Texas on the verge of wasting a great opportunity with field position ERS has a lot of space but a long way to go and just has to turn it away this Texas offensive line is losing their The center is having a hard time protecting the quarterback right now and you know a quarterback that I think stepped up to the plate against Alabama and played so well.
I think everyone across the country is really excited about Texas and this offense with its potential. but U is fired up, he's five of nine, only 12 yards, two picks and has been sacked twice not to mention all the rushing, so Sandborn will try to pin Oklahoma down deep. Gavin Freeman 5 fo8 sophomore standing in Oklahoma eight boots Sanborn, he's tall Kicking into the wind and Freeman makes the fair catch, so it starts at the 12 yard line, tomorrow Sunday, NFL countdown, watch Christian Mcaffrey has been inspired by Bruce Lee Beed on a Monday night football in F, the Raiders host the Packers at 8:00.
Eastern 5 Pacific pton and Eli on ESPN two Packers lost to the Lions, they did it, the lions are doing great, they are deep in their own territory again, special teams impacting this game beyond the obvious. U wants first downs and wants to pick up the pace. it's the back T Walker moving Gabriel to a quick spike and then just runs it up the middle they're going to have to keep a spy or someone focused on him, he's hurt every opponent running the ball well, but Texas thinks about a big key. In this game, his defensive line is being outnumbered because of the formations with the receivers, you have to spread out, but if you can stay with fewer numbers in that box and still get away with it, he got five on the first down and Now Walker, who is 59 but built like a tank, looks at the power there is 216 and it looks even bigger than a first try.
I don't know how he got that, I mean, they found him maybe two or three yards short of the first down, but that power allows him to fight for those last two yards to get him out of the Shadows there on his own goal line. He is very thick. He's been breaking tackles for the first part of the season on this U's C offensive line and didn't create big gaps not many yards before. contact so it's up to the backs Walker Major to make the guys lose yeah this line feels like three transfers poor little guys they're still a little gelatinous.
Here there is pressure from the left hbert forward by Walker, who shows that power makes him third and middle. They're going to need about four and a half here, you've got three guys leading right tackle from TCU, right guard Matou is from Cal, left tackle Ralph's from Stanford and the teams they've played don't come close to what they're facing today, the Cincinnati front. It gave him a difficult time, it was a professional victory on the road, but Texas is another level above that major, behind on Third and Three and the step eludes him. Gabriel wasn't looking, he picks it up, tries to make something happen and just takes it to the bench, avoids what could have been a disastrous play, now he looks to his right establishing movement for his receivers and the rain breaks the ball.
Look at him, he's looking to the right when he claps for the ball. remember remember where they are on the field, that's the hardest part of this stadium for this offensive line because it's down by the horns what Gabriel's job is he feels Mente's presence there to just come back and pick up the ball instead of giving up. beaten on the play throws it for the second time it happened this year R not on the same page where you saw Gabriel looking at his hand when it comes out a flag is down since Texas may have hit the cast the bettor another shocking special team plays if it's the 15yd variety it's a first down DJ Allen went in there what else can happen and special teams alone the leg extends of course it's a 5 yard penalty that's what seven 5 yard penalties are the results of the yard and a first down is enough to turn it into Ken Robinson. there he did his best to avoid contact but he just grazed him and that's it because Gabriel Kirk was able to round out that early play and get something out of it if they took a loss, his subsequent penalty like that wouldn't have made a difference. at the end they kept it fourth and short and now the Sooners with fresh Downs here from the 34 four up on the fake play Gabriel goes back and goes downfield for Jalil Faro who makes a catch at the Texas 21 beat Jaylen Catalón our safety first play downfield today This is a matchup they want.
Catalón is better known as a hitter and can get to the field. Create that one-on-one matchup with Farooq. Good job locating the matchup and Gabriel brings it to the forefront. of him where he can run under the football 43 yard gain this is Walker hammering to the right an area of ​​great improvement this season for Gabriel to throw the ball down the field no matter what his hand is carrying that is, of course, his hand that he doesn't throw, but he has a power obtained it didn't affect that deep ball much what a good job by Jeff Leevy that's what he does, he spreads you horizontally to make shots vertically Walker breaks the first inning, but Jayen spins him behind the line of Ford hit, the leader of this long, tone-setting defense, one of the most instinctive linebackers you'll see in college football, tackles another player, stops the clock here.
There are 39 seconds left in a frenetic first quarter. Dallas, they played this 119 times. I can't imagine too many first quarters with more wild things happening. It looks like it's safety Jaylen Catalon who just got hit deep with that ball. Who is down on the field. He's third and 10 for Oklahoma, so they make the deep throw and get in position. but now he's facing a third and long, but if you're not familiar with what Brent Venables is doing offensively, you can see that Catalon is sitting, now what he did was hire Jeff Lebby and Jeff Levy is very similar. you saw last year with Tennessee you want to go Tempo you want to spread out and you want to take some shots getting those one on one opportunities cadine in Walker's tackle you can see he turns around and he's on his feet but he's limping a lot and Derek Williams is a real student of first year in Louisiana backing him up talked about the importance of seniors on the offensive line, the importance of cadaver in this, the secondary is huge, he's just a great playmaker and a guy that's kind of the glue.
Back there and now a true freshman is replacing him. Jeff Levy has cooked on this third down and 10 blood in the quarterback's pants. Tex is showing no pressure on this third attempt. They don't take it out of the bag for long. Throwing to the far sideline in an attempt to dive Anthony, does he have it in bounds? Yes, you can see Gabriel's accuracy and arm strength and it's a long throw for any quarterback. What an accurate shot and great job by the transfer. from Michigan Anthony to put that left foot down I don't know, they're going to stop the game, maybe take a look at this one too, the look we just saw, unless he bobbles the ball out of bounds.
It means that he surely put his foot down.F great, look at him right there, you see his left foot below, he lost control of the ball after we lost it there, let's see if it looks better here, that's the only thing that can prevent this. If it's a catch, it seems like he has it, what an effort, what a shot, the left foot down, the right arm seems to have that ball blocked quite well, yes, that's the catch, like I said, the only thing is if he threw it after But it does not appear. that he did it at all he didn't lose control he was more perplexed when someone looked around like they had stopped that I had this this drives you crazy when they stopped the review because the Oklahoma offense was getting going they were up there ready to run a play first from the 11 yard line now Texas has a chance to take a breather and maybe coach Dereck Williams has been thrown into the fire, that's what he was doing with Oklahoma's offensive style again, it's a lot like Tennessee with Henden Hooker and what they're doing this year with Joe Melton, it's fast, fast, fast.
You look at Auburn, any of these teams, any time they can stop an offense, they're going to have a guy that, you know, potentially has an injury that he's just going to go down. even if it's not an injury and quotes, yeah, so you're right, they want to go as fast as they can and things like this slow down and Gabriel in the rhythm in this offense there was a slight movement of the ball, but he got his toe right came down just before the knee hit out of bounds, so he regained control. I didn't see any good B's for you watching that weird start, but now Gabriel has found some rhythm here with the deep ball and Walker's big third down.
In the middle of heavy traffic, it's hard to move those 300 pounds in the middle, that's where the big guys are, that's where the big guys are, that's where it's hard to slide well, except for the second quarter of the All State Red River rivalry here on ABC presented by Head and Shoulders Sooners threatening here a 77-nine second of play Walker is back along with rake steps for now in the back field to the left of Dylan Gabriel there are already a lot of wrinkles now as STS gets moving, It didn't look like Gabriel was ready for the snap, he was surprised because he took Walker's hands off.
I tell you what a man is being tested there with these snaps. He and Rain better be on the same page, that ball came back where his athletic ability potentially saves that OP. from that ball bouncing off his shoulder pad, so again keep in mind where you are on the field, the loudest part of this stadium for this U offense on that first line or for Gavin Satuk, who is the running back coming off the field empty rear now Texas runs towards Gabriel thinks about fighting, will take off now turns towards the end zone almost through an interception following Jiren Thompson, the safety, wow, Gabriel to avoid a pick, there he really is, he wanted to go to his right, right here, the safety takes it. completely and then he has to come back, see what it looks like now, he's going to come back to work here once he makes that decision, he looks in the Texas safety's eyes, reads it perfectly and brings him in there to make that play.
Man, both. Kirk defenses have some experienced and smart safeties.will make the quarterback pay for a bad decision Chip Shot here for Zack Schmidt and that's an easy special teams play, we've had very few so far, it was a big OK move columia, they traveled it 78 yards in 13 plays, four. Minutes and a half back on top as they beat the local Tigers up 22-7 on ESPN Chris Herby again, your crafty undefeated team, hey, you picked it on the board, okay, I feel good about that, see if it holds up with a line kick and Ken. Robins will bring it out and break a couple of dropped tackles at the 15 yard line, that's where he'll set up well since the Big 12 was formed in the '96 half, like a trivia question asking which player has the most touchdowns runs in his gaming career. between Oklahoma and Texas, so quite a race, yes, very similar to Adrien Peterson for Mar Murray Williams was at the beginning in the Big 12 Jamal Charles biges L of good opportunities to be the right hand running to the left is CJ Baxer The student freshman who was He started the game, but then injured his ribs and had to miss some time, but he's powerful and instinctive and shows you why he earned the five-star tag for sure.
ERS currently has a completion beyond the line of scrimmage 0 of three looking for his first. Here and the high throw is caught for a first down across the 30 yard line by Jordan Winnington, that's all he needed. He just mentions that he's 0-for-3 from the field and then gets some nice one-on-one work using that. The move ends by throwing the ball to Winnington and now a first down throw up the middle and the catch is made by Adonai Mitchell. Finally, a little rhythm for you where a flag appears after the play and it may be an ineligible man on the field.

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to clear that pass yeah, they're going to get him, they're going to bring this back.
You can see how he is using that pre-nap movement to affect this defense and his communication, this time he is back to back. We'll have to go back2, we won 21 plays for the Texas offense, the two longest plays, Whittington's 20-yard run on a fake punt and then the fourth and a red-handed pass that would eliminate a fumble that they called back, those They are the two best. The plays they've had on offense are way off script, so Majors takes out Robertson on the run pass option, meaning you can either hand it to him or throw it.
He decided to make was the right read, but Robertson came back first and 15 handoffs and breaking tackles his sponsor just doesn't physically look like a true freshman at all, very, very impressive lower body power, without doubt, limping, seen a lot of injuries, we've seen a lot of unusual plays, hope

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y he. He'll be fine as you said he had to battle some injuries early on suffering that injury earlier this year. Brooks really emerged as the backup to his 200+ mark last week against Kansas. It is an important game because he prepares a second. and six and now they give it to Brooks it will be third and short I love Brooks I love what he can do he plays with a purpose like a tattoo on his right forearm about his father who passed away on March 22 uses that as motivation, that's his higher purpose, who thinks about the plays with a lot of passion, a lot of maturity also to sit as a starter in the first game, recover the job when Baxter was injured, averages 119 per game, R checks the sidelines in this third and three plays .
F at five and they pass it to Brooks, he makes a quick burst, breaks a tackle, they try to free him with a punch, he doesn't let it go and gets tackled at the Oklahoma 30 by Jentry Williams. I think this defense is waiting for a shot, but look. the combination block up front, how about Robertson does a good job of getting close to the linebacker, connects with his guard down waiting for the pass and they catch him in the middle, 31 yard gain and they run down and try to play really fast and it's another false start? this offensive line didn't have a single one of these in Tuscaloosa Poise credible number 52 5 yard penalty this Tempo is different today it really is and I and I think the reason you're seeing that is to be honest if you go back to when Ryan The day at Ohio State he played against Clemson and Brent Benal with his defensive coordination, they won convincingly that year, there is a lot of good talk, BR Venol gets the last look and some people accuse him of stealing signs, he just tries to give him a Last look.
The response to that from many offensive play callers is to change the pace to not allow him to have that look and now have to take a timeout. The clock was ticking as Texas attempts to keep the All State Red River rivalry on ABC presented. by Head and Shoulders is brought to you by All State, you are in good hands and true to Property Restoration, restoring more than just a property. Athletic trivia question. We were thinking about all the great running backs on both sides, Kirk, and on one question, the Texas fans were yelling at him. us, it's Sam Ellinger Sam Ellinger had 12 touchdowns in games between U and Texas count the big eight Big 12 championship game 18 one of those games here was almost like a Bruiser just scoring touchdown after touchdown in the Red Zone area, for what Texas had the beginning of the fall, then they go through a timeout, so they're still first and 15 ERS change direction trying to escape for their lives and they shoot him down.
Ethan DS got the first one from him, it's a play they love to use, but it takes him a long time to develop. Watch La laulu take this. The eight visitors do a good job of anticipating that they ran the exact same play a week ago against Kansas, but this time it was taken away from them, they lost 10 yards, now theirs, a long throw reception made worthy recovers a large portion of the yards from second and 25. I'll be third and manageable now inside the tied end with maximum 30 protection in the back to help him and that's just a one-on-one matchup.
I think it's a smooth corner, easy to read, throws rhythm and time that time. by ERS gives him a chance here, yes, Texas Subs, Oklahoma had a chance to do the same and catch his breath before this third and seven falls quickly, one-handed grab made by Brooks, who fights close to the first down, the stallion forced him out and he goes. being right there on the scoreboard look at this with one hand like you said it then diving to try to get that first down it's a short fourth down yeah but not by much what a great effort by Brooks Bert Auburn the Texas kicker has been struggling . a bit for their high standards in sarkeesian it doesn't go with the field goal here it's about a yard and a half they need yours on the move throws it touchdown Gunner in the end they released him and makes him pay and Texas is on top what decision what decision again U's eyes in the back field on a short yard play fourth and two fully expecting that they will try to run this ball and once ERS moved to the right, no one picks up the tight end and of all the tight ends in this game, you're tying a sandard, you don't care Gunner Helm Gunner Helm is there to block and set the lead on the first touchdown of the season, just his fourth and fifth sack today in which he figures prominently is the guy, we caught the pass on fourth down and then we fumbled the ball, but the replay took it away from us on Texas 85 yard Drive in nine plays to jump over yeah Gunner Helm right here and look how it ends almost hey guys I'm just here. to block, don't mind me, once the quarterback roles look at the defense, all eyes are on the quarterback, no one thinks about the threat of Gunar Helm, so SAR goes against the grain, here he gets to the 65,250-pound tight end who is usually out. there to block on a Cherry Creek high school that is a powerhouse in the Denver area and now he got his first touchdown as a Texas Longhorn and it's a memory for a lifetime and it's a great moment in this game as Texas drove down the field . and the best news for them, they got their quarterback going exactly, they got their quarterback going and got the rhythm out of him.
I think a game within a game is sar's play against Brint venables the cat and mouse game settings mixing Up Tempo trying not to. Give the venables a chance to make those late adjustments that will continue throughout the game. Stone to rip it off and this is too far away for a fair sack and the Sooners will take care of the 25. Holly, well guys, Quinn is redeeming himself on that last trip. He had a rough start with the interception losing his center a lot of chaos but he's been working all season on his mental conditioning. He had a meeting on Thursday with Dr.
Cin from Texas to make sure his fear of failure doesn't increase in this game and he faced some failures early in this game, but in that drive he comes to the sideline after the big touchdown calmly, no you'd know there's nothing going on by the look on his face, this is something he's been working on recovering from. that's a great point Holly, breathing exercises, sports psychology, those are the tools at your disposal, which there was a lot to recover from early on, this is Marcus Major Works, the right side, it's a pretty first down game solid, they haven't had many on the field.
You see, what Jeff Levy did - he started with four receivers on the right, brought him back to the left and the Texas adjustment gave him numbers back to the right to run long runs - they really weren't lined up to defend the pass. . the other side but they pass Major runs this way and it's Baron tackling him but it's a first down yeah the whole goal of the Oklahoma offense is to get the defense to look over the sideline while the ball is snapped . trying to get the call Texas trying to avoid that against this Tempo up the fake play Gabriel the short throw majer makes a man miss knocked down at 45 by Anthony Hill but this is whatthat they say it's on the schedule for this offense I also love how the term that says we want you to create completions just by operating within this offense if it's a quick throw like that stay on the schedule let us play fast this is the slowest it's ever been.
You'll see Oklahoma's offense here got a faster game with a 75% completion rate. that would break Baker Mayfield's school record when Gabriel this time plows up the middle and gets nothing so he sets up a long third and three, it was the right read, he had a chance to read that type of power play, the quarterback power returning. another way out of that fake play but a great defensive line that doesn't let anything start there in the trenches Sooners two of six on third so far Walker is the back Gabriel has time and delivers a caught pass Far Side is a first down for Faroo I I don't know if it's because he's left-handed and he's not the tallest.
I mean, I know people compare Tua to his system and the way his mechanics, that ball comes out so fast, credit that offensive line that gives him 14-yard gain time. on third down Gabriel has a lot of time here and now we'll take off makes a cut makes his way down starts to slide gets hit Oklahoma fans want a flag and they get one Jiren Thompson arrived but the quarterback was starting to give up himself above that is part of his game that is very underrated the way he can escape and create much better this year one of the worst in the country a year ago he was very pressured he did not have the opportunity to make plays like this now one of the 10 best quarterbacks in the country to do this after the play.
Q. Missing. Late hit. The quarterback's defense slides toward the goal at first. It wasn't really after the play. Bill was sliding, but he had begun that movement to surrender when Thompson. He arrived, how do you see him doing well technically when he starts to slide? The work is dead. Well, technically it's a late hit. It's good that fans know when you start SL, not the slide itself once you start going down. You're giving yourself away, you know, and that's the exact spot the ball is going to be placed, right in Oklahoma, trying to regain the lead established inside the Texas 15 and at the end of the round it's Gavin Freeman, he's Bu's returner, he's got good speed in small spaces and its worm. way to the great job of the two again of getting away from the big, strong defensive lineman, getting him to the edge where he has some room to work with that quickness.
The Texas defense barely prepared when they broke him in the hand, it's a big run. a burnt orange wall that looks a little different there, you've got the linebackers on the safeties trying to get down, there's no place you want to be, there's no time, it looked like Baron, the safety, went in there, the nickel that Oklahoma he did as a substitute for Texas. a few new defenders first and target Walker, a short-range power back, but Gabriel holds on, takes a hit and will be stopped short of the goal line. Derek Williams, a true freshman pressed to do his duty with Catalon out of the game.
A good job as he is known. As a physical freshman, you can see that Baron goes in there with a lot of long horns, but it's fun to see Derrik Williams, a five-star with a lot of promise, forced to do his duty and prove that he's not just a guy who has skills you are not afraid to acquire. There and with the thumb they are on the quarterback that time, Gabriel already won the rushing touchdown, he hit the Walker this time and he just manages to get to his feet. Oklahoma responds to Texas' response and regains the lead that Kaden Green is having in this game. right now he's on the left side, look at the work he does 70, he's a true freshman, good double team job there in the middle, center, rain, right guard Mater and they open that hole up real good , is the AT&T 5G clicker, Walker's third.
The 75-yard season 10 play touchdown run for the Sooners took about 4 minutes, so it took a while with this frenetic start, but both are really finding their groove right now. 1714 Sooners, a beautiful day in Dallas. Good year providing air coverage. Tested and ready to game, are you ready for the road? Good year, more hosted on Prime Time on ABC, don't go back to battle with Duke and now they face Louisville on the road, undefeated car, think about the last two games. Notre Dames had a game they played. Good enough to beat Ohio State pulled away late had to respond last week another emotional game found a way to beat Duke now against undefeated Louisville tonight on ABC, it's three weeks in a row, they'll have to bounce back and see what they can do This It's going to be a good game tonight, well, ERS went back to work on the last drive, it was four for four, 59 on the touchdown, yeah, they finally threw the ball downfield to that point, they haven't completed, this is a third down in short . acknowledging that it's a good job that Brooks was able to get through there, he's always going to make those safeties miss, this is fourth and one of the moves affects the eyes, they take Gunner Helm back and the Texas offense goes See like the Texas offense for the first time today.
Without Jatavian Sanders, who had an ankle problem, was targeted once, remember Billy Bowman shook him, a play that resulted in an interception, is not there and Adon I Mitchell has not been a factor for this passing game either, no catches a target. in the middle it is worthy of being a passing factor with many errors they found open space and beat the key Lawrence Chet's movement affects the coverage in the backside notice how the safeties have to respect that no one stays in the middle ERS sees he delivers the ball in a hurry 39 yards two back look here is Brooks behind Robinson's block running to the left you only see Carasan's beautiful play design all the mental power on the other side you have talked about defensively for venables what great game of chess again I think that's the aspect of this game it's a lot of fun Brent Bble is one of the best defensive minds in college football the head coach is still very involved you can see it Sark wants to make sure he's delivering his offense and his quarterback is an advantage, he doesn't want to just line up, he will always have movement, which will cause U to have to adjust.
That's movement-worthy, two looks back and they hand it off in there to CJ Baxter, who's close to the scoreboard, and with those two runners, Brooks. lead the way and like I said, you'll see Sark's response to not let Brent Venal have a chance to make late adjustments, whether it's going too fast or moving with the pre-SNAP move. Sanders is back in the game, which is a good idea. sign, oh you got yours now to the left, yeah, savan red, back to the Wildcat quarterback on third and a Baxter flank and it's a goalie makes a cut, boom, lowers his shoulder, makes a first down on the red 20, of course, who came in, he throws the Yeah, he's a running back, he's their fifth running back behind Robinson and Blue, so he knows what to do when he has his hands on the ball, but you'll see him as your short Wildcat distance.
We already saw the launch as a different wrinkle. and obviously when he keeps the ball he knows how to pick up those yards, two tight ends positioned on the right axis in the backfield and a whistle and a timeout spent by venables on defense, he feels like Texas is operating. The pace wants to get your guys organized on the same page 313 before Halim Horns trying to regain the lead good first half so far, back to Chris and Herby big moment here is a Red Zone possession here is where the Oklahoma defense is in his prime and Texas hasn't been as efficient in the Red Zone this season coming via an interception of his only trip to the Red Zone before this, it's not like sar's offense is ranked 109th in a nation, a touchdown percentage in the Red Zone, an area they have really emphasized, was on the Movement flag.
The down catch is made by Adon at the N9 yard line. I Mitchell would be the first of him if he keeps to b. Check the scoreboard. I think it could be defense or retention. Look at me like Winnington is trying to get out on the floor. The defender held on to his jersey Mitchell is a guy Kirk 10 catches 141 yards in the touchdown against Kansas he has been a great player in his career Mitchell has a catch in every four cfp games he has played number 0 that penalty in his home game it was a first down L for guilty but They'll let Mitchell have the catch and he's just a guy who's been too quiet so far, but you know the difference he's made, you could argue that there are a lot of great transfers, the impact he's had.
In this offense he has been as great as any of these top contenders in the country. Internal delivery. Boom knocked down his sponsor. I'm not saying he's doing anything wrong. They are doing a good job with him once they get him involved. different and you know that's coming and we'll see if Sanders is able to hold on, but when you throw Mitchell in there, it takes a lot of pre-pressure from worthy, I think with worthy and now Mitchell, Winnington and Sanders, that's a great group. for ERS to work with him and has spread the football to those talented playmakers second and the target is empty in the Back Field and swarming the backfield to make the play for Oklahoma is booy, lost four, who's the guy that was marked a second ago, yeah, me.
I think he saw it coming, it's a good job on Brent Benol's part, educating him and preparing him to anticipate whenever he sees a move coming towards him, be ready for that threat in case he gets handed that football on that sweep, happens. so fast that if you don't anticipate it, Ball is right around the corner, great job there at 80, the Wake Forest transfer is interesting here, you don't see it too often in college football in the first half, but clock management timeout by venables here, 58 minutes left in the half, it's a third and goal, so he wants to set up the defense, but also, whatever happens here, he wants to give Gabriel some time before halftime, yeah, I think with your offense and how fast. they can execute how fast they can attack it's a smart little move this is a great sequence right now with two minutes left this third and goal you're down by three the way the game has gone the way it feels like it's going runs the game This is a matter of points in each right of possession and going back to your point about your struggles in the SAR Red Zone saying we've emphasized it more this week than ever because we want to get back to what you're most comfortable with in this.
The area, yes, is really a premium on your execution, it hasn't been a strong point here so far this season. Brooks moves five receivers. ERS has some space PP fakes and is not going to fool anyone. Hanck dragged it to six and it's fourth down, but they extended it and it came up empty, creating some one-on-one opportunities, but instead of Oklahoma, they'll sit more in a Zone and do a good job of keeping an eye on you in case they get escape and kic is there doing a good job almost as a spy because of the way ERS is pulling out this year in this third good job from Downs being aware that we expected to see more Oklahoma Zone this year which was a good time out employed by vbls.
They mentally kept time for their offensive. They prepared the defense well. It seemed like I saw Sark frustrated. I don't know if he thought it was a Canic mask. I know. Yes. I know he is upset with the shutdown. It seems not. went down his forearm grazed him but the contact was on the chest R Auburn is reliable seven of eight from close range has had a couple of misses in the last few weeks of Beyond 40 norly pretty solid down here you're going to try to tie things up he has than dealing with an angle my my my spotter Mike Black says Kirk has to keep his head down, that's the technical thing here, keep your head down if you're a kicker when you're faced with an angle like this from the hash mark. so we'll see if he does it he can't help it no, he loves it he has to stop be careful he's ready it's 25 years to tie this at 17 he keeps his head down and goes through it that's 68 yards field goal Drive in 10 Place three and A2 minutes and now Gabriel has 153 to work with, we'll be back in 8 seconds, but now a look from the Ram trucks Ram trucks built to serve Gabriel So experienced and well traveled for three years at UCF, this is year two Once again, a reminder that I couldn't play this game a year ago.
I took a target hit from a TCU player the week before he was there in a jersey saying it was a really helpless feeling to see this offense shut out. They had five different types, included. The punter's pass attempt was 39 yards in last year's loss. It's amazing what a difference the year makes, but how is the scene here for people who have never been in this environment? It's amazing, it's a one-of-a-kind state fair. of people who walk through this stadium do not haveidea that a game is going on, well there are approximately 100,000 people in here enjoying the game, split from the 50 yard line, crimson and cream on one side, burnt orange on the other, very unique and A game lives up to what you expect to see with some unexpected excitement and Faro will let it bounce when we talk about the importance of this game.
Both teams at 5 and 0 certainly have hopes and dreams of a national championship. This is the chance to get to the playoffs to get. In the group of four teams you can see that no matter which team wins 72% for Oakam 73% for Texas, it is very likely that both will be the favorites in the rest of their games. It could be the first of two meetings. 20 miles to the west is the conference championship game, I don't want to say yes, there will be tests, they may meet again in the conference championship, but I'm just the springboard so this can give you the confidence that can give you, whereas if you lose this one, even if you are five one you are regrouping a little without timeouts minute 53 they throw it to andrel Anthony, who ducks under a tackler and doesn't reach the scoreboard the clock is still moving yes, Anthony, the transfer from Michigan I thought I was a little surprised when he came, but it's been working out well for him 61190 and they're going to run the ball and Major will move the six, the clock will keep moving as soon as they get them ready, yeah, Michigan, they're on such a mess that you have to get out of a Things in Arbor just aren't working, he said no.
He received many disconcerting questions when he decided to transfer, but it worked out very well for him. Anthony Gabriel and an inaccurate shot tried to lead the major, but it was not on the goal clock. He stopped at 120 to play against Texas just sitting in a zone. A couple of robbers ran into the safeties sitting around that 15-yard line. Mark just read the eyes trying to goad him into making any kind of throw, but no one opened the field. Patient Griel checks the lateral line here. The pressure comes, they pick him up, long throw, caught, hand, spinning, releases his faroo, they chase him, but a great play made a man miss, this guy is so good after the catch, he sure is and again, This is the improvement, look how far it is. the sideline, you'd love to see the defender this time.
Holmes uses that sideline to help him with inside leverage, but instead he gives it away and then gives up yards after the catch to 34 yards after the catch. Oklahoma thinks the end zone is not now. just one field goal attempt Gabriel took a look left now he throws it up the middle and this is Walker with the catch comes free again you can't take this guy down he's so powerful another first down at the 16 Gavin Holmes is having a difficult salt, just complete, that's what you do in this offense, you're right, he's a handful at reducing lower body strength, you can never assume you have him, Texas, trying to rotate bodies, come back to Brent Venol using those timeouts, this is why he did it, he's very confident in how quickly they execute and the fact that Dylan Gabriel has a great handle look at this, there's still a minute left.
They're within 20, it only took them 52 seconds to get that close and they will. run the ball again with the older Murphy wraps it up if you're going to run you have to have a little urgency between plays, yeah, and again, I think he says a lot about how fast they're going, that they're not panicking. We're not going recklessly fast, Anthony to the left and there's a whistle and a flag and the right guard actually moved to right tackle. It's been a really clean first half for either the Longhorns or the Sooners, the Longhorns have had six penalties, that's only the third for Oklahoma, this false start will be a possible 10 second runoff because the clock was running, start in false, infraction number 6, 5 yard penalty still second down.
This foul also includes a 10-second second lap. Set the game clock to a 30-second start signal. so suddenly that changes the complexion a little without that wait time, they were reduced to 30 seconds suddenly Walker gets excited Gabriel takes off he has a small crease makes a man miss he still fights within 10 the score is missing the clock continues to run can't stop him with a timeout what a great decision and now he has so much acceleration on third and two from the pocket going back inspection time running the ball is incomplete at the one yard line with two seconds left almost K also took a lot of time back there and the ball drops, he walks into the end zone, he's had a great half here.
Walker showed what he can do running the ball, catching the ball. I think he started to think about where to go, the fact that he's going to go score a touchdown here in a Red River rivalry, he just didn't look at that's the goal line that Jaylen Ford walks on he had lost it, so Oklahoma will settle for a 26 yard attempt by Schmidt and take a timeout, yes there was a couple of things going on, yes if he catches it it goes in but Gabriel if he hesitates a little longer he could coming up empty in a 10-second runoff and the 5-yard penalty proved crucial and turned things around in the latter. drives, looks to the right, not there, looks at the blocks downfield, it's almost like he has the option to throw it quickly or a quarterback draw, he ends up running the ball on the next play.
You've got the matchup. You've got what you want. Create once again off schedule by Gabriel Once again You don't think these points are important in this Red River rivalry The team that leads at the half has won 10 of the last 12 games in this series How nice Big deal and U gets the ball to start the second half. Last year's 49 zip explosion was an aberration before the last eight had been by a single score. The football matches were definitely headed there today, this time Schmidt will tackle an angle from just inside the left and right side. So in that frenetic first quarter neither offense had much rhythm that changed in the second quarter a combined 23 points and Oklahoma trots down the tunnel with a 20-7 halftime lead of the 119th Red River rivalry.
Everything you expect and what you expect when these two teams meet and that's how with re vbl, well coach, the beginning of this game was so chaotic, how do you feel like your team was finally able to settle into some kind of rhythm? Yeah, I mean, embrace the chaos, you know, that's us. I talked about it a lot and you know pressure is a privilege, chaos is what this game is always about, but you want to have poys under pressure and I thought for the most part we did that, we gave up a couple of drives there in the second quarter, I thought they got some momentum back, but there was a big drive that you'd love to convert there and turn it into a touchdown, but great job by Zach, the middle eight, sitting in a solid position there and again getting the ball back in the third quarter.
Thank you very much, coach. I thank you. You have bet. Thoughtful, analytical and thorough. At the end of the first, it is re vbl. Embrace the chaos. Pressure is a privilege. All the catch. Brees is coming here. The state park halftime report will be released later. these messages hope you're ready for more in the second half the All State Red River rivalry on ABC presented by Head and Shoulders this presentation of the Big 12 on ESPN final chapter of this great rivalry in this conference wow what an eventful first half and ahead Oklahoma will get the ball to start the second half and maybe we'll get a chance to see these two quarterbacks and offenses build on what they did in the second quarter because Gabriel will get the ball and the guy who has a deep connection and confidence with Jeff Leby, their game leader, we've seen that on display as this game got going, yeah, it took a little while for the kind of flow of the game to settle in just because there was so much.
There's a lot of different things with special teams, but now we're starting to get there and I'll tell you Dylan Gabriel's legs are a big factor for Texas. They know something, they have to find some answers and figure out who he was. able to maneuver and keep a lot of plays alive, you think of him, you think of a quick delivery to get the ball out, great understanding of Levy's scheme, but this year he has shown in much of his career, you better keep that in mind when takes off and creates and the guy starts his 43rd consecutive game by the way, he couldn't play a year ago and he makes the most of this opportunity, the Stones kickoff to see Holly, what did you just find with Steve Sarkeesian and two of Their most important offensive players are very limited for this second half.
Center Jake Major is on emergency use only due to a left ankle injury. Jaav on Sanders does everything tight end is very limited and we won't see him much, so how they respond to that is huge. Factor at this point felt that they had gained some offensive rhythm, he said: I wish we had executed better and when I asked him if we will see more trickery in the second half, he gave me a big smile, oh Holly, you know me. I like it. Have fun Gabriel, the little option seems important to the limit, he gets dragged down after a brief gain by Cell, not to mention you mentioned injuries on the offensive sides, but with Catalon still out, Derek Williams is in this game too As a true freshman and very capable of making deep plays in the backfield, he has it quick around the edge and is a first down.
Oklahoma starts fast, that snap to him we saw in the first half and because he gets to the edge much quicker with the snap, they are able to seal the lead and it's nice to see Drake Stoops who is a receiver of So physical slot up front, leading the game. F Gabriel makes a long throw to the near sideline and a handspring catch across the 40-yard line looks like it's Andrel Anthony. strong arm, you know he can throw the ball, isn't that his mechanics? I know he's from Hawaii, he's left-handed, he's not the tallest, the way he moves reminds you of two absolutely Marcus Mariota is the guy who really inspired Gabriel was the one who listened the most when he was young in Hawaii to the Heisman Trophy speech when he approached all the Polynesian kids telling him he dreams big and did somersaults before reaching the middle, extends a big hand, catches and is taken down by a group of

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, including Jaylen Ford, but a first down near midfield near the checkpoint there, but they didn't call him at right guard, there was some penetration on the right side, good job by Byron Murphy getting in there, but I was done, I thought.
They were going to catch him, they let him go and a nice throw by G Griel on the slant catch made by Stoops and serrated like he always does when he touches the ball by the crow here, the son of the legend absolutely and he's out there because he's a great football player not by his father that hit caused the ball to come loose and then it landed on it it's an incomplete pass he was hit hard Thompson yes yes I thought maybe he completed the process the referee was there to call a catch right in traffic he has it initially, but it was a hit there to shake that Loose, said Chris Jaren Thompson, kind of the quarterback from that secondary tried S like he had a good catch, the ball hit the ground and went up.
I'll say it Kirk. We have seen it from the first snapshots of this game and it is not a surprise, but it simply reinforces what this rival is. Guys are hitting harder and coming faster overall. Some guys have been injured in this game. the pace yeah it's the toughest game we've ever had a chance to play we did a

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b game but this has a different feel with how hard these safeties and linebackers are hitting people we assume the replay will be clean. that up Richard Brown is in the booth will be second and 10 back on the U 49 after they fix it they got the stop near the end of the half as soon as the defense forced the field goal they preserved time Gabriel right in the back The field now has the opportunity to build the triple The before receiving the ball pass will be the second attempt at the previous point, you know, the middle eight is something that D Sweeny popularized at Clemson when Benol was there and now he is preaching it latest. four minutes of the first half the first four of the second half if you own those eight minutes, the chances are very good that you will win the game.
We're trying to make it happen here this afternoon. Again, taking advantage of this, Walker, back, is second and 10. after Dre Walker again powers his way to take him down and Anthony Hill just says uhuh, I'm not going to do anything but wrap you up and body slam you, that It's some strength for The Freshman, it's some strength, but it's a good push. The U offensive line, the key to this game for Texas was that their defenses made the difference in Third and two they give it to Stoops, who reaches back, catches and they move to six until the 37, they slid him out of rear field configuration. a good pick or a kind of brush there by faroo from the rightHe bends down getting up talking Gabriel long shot near the side Anthony free spin from a tackle fight at the 25 another first down what those big ones those open shots like that and this offense not only Is it a great finish on a first down, but it really stretches a the defense of Texas horizontally?
Eventually it gives you a chance to make some throws to Faroo downfield, other receivers on the field, get the fake Gabriel away up the middle and then stun the downed tight end at the 14 I like how Jeff Levy says it, goes back to the days from Tri Veiler, makes him defend every PL of grass on the field and that is the theory because you look at the formations, you look at how they attack on the perimeter. You have to respect things on the sides and then they gut you in the central goalkeeper. Gabriel follows a block and now jumps out of bounds at the 8 yard line and as a defender you don't know if he is going or coming when the ball is thrown. quickly outside and you go Tempo and they take vertical throws and the quarterback runs off a fake, it's a lot to deal with two running backs in the backfield, give it to Walker, who steps up, it's first and goal, oh you.
I think the secret ingredient to this offense is that there are offenses across the country, there are about five or six of them that run this style when the quarterbacks involved in the running game make it almost impossible to throw to deal with a quarterback of field that can run and throw two back, look again, dinner only a decoy and they run Walker to it, yes, that was the same look in which they threw the ball on the ground, he has the option to throw of that and throw it to Stoops or hit it at a time when he decides to give it, he was very close to hitting, they will huddle here but there will be no substitution, so Texas couldn't get fresh bodies for this second play and goal.
Walker touchdown. Oklahoma extends the lead with its first possession. from the second half ticket 75 yards in 13 plays water Ral the left side of this offensive line they are just looking to push and create this hole good job here throw Stogner there also the offensive line does its job and again the tough run Walker who dropped that potential touchdown reception this time, is able to cross the goal line for the touchdown, so before the offense scored on four consecutive possessions, two touchdowns, two field goals and Texas with its largest deficit of the season , down 10 in Dallas, and what a difference last year, of course, Gabriel couldn't play with Davis Beville, the transfer to the pit was done there, they just couldn't do anything on offense and today's story is different with a quarterback of healthy field and a lot of balance, yes, what an incredible difference in the rent of the second year.
Venable system, recruiting and culture and just making this team more representative than he imagined when he took over Texas today, which is a surprise to see what they have done in Robinson slips past some tacklers and Helen Robinson will be fought . in the 26th Zack Schmidt, the kicker, went down there and got involved, set up Kirk on Tuesday throwing a puck in a new NHL season, a triple header on ESPN PRS in the Blackhawks Lightning against Crosby and the Penguins, then the Golden Las Vegas Knights, defending champions, host the Kraken. games on ESPN plus what the ABS looks like this year bounces back here yeah there's a lot of talent jack is a big bounce hopefully they stay on a perennial bounce come on man fries trying to make things work here and they're down by 10 for The first time this season they try the middle and that's Danny Stman, who just walked in there.
I know Suman is not 100%. Today, Kirk, but he's fighting. I love watching this guy play football. I mean, it's a throwback and on a weekend where Dick Buus. He passed away and we are all thinking about him and his family. Stman is a linebacker that would make Dick very proud because of how physical he is. SAW. A second attempt shot, it is complete through the middle and Gunar. Helm has been a key figure today. I talked about him having to pick up with Gavian Sanders, who can't offer much, makes another catch, is third and short now that the ball was very lucky not to be touched by Stman and potentially intercepted a lot of movement in the pocket by ERS and throws from his left all the way back to the right and I think I don't know if he didn't see Stman, if he saw him, I mean, you're talking about an inch or two he can avoid it.
This is important. Texas has to do it. make something happen offends his defense needs a break on Third and two, the catch is made by Sanders, who is back holding out and the big number zero moves the sticks across the 40, looks at Helm, who scored the touchdown and towards the right, look how open, he has this that shows how much he loves Sanders, he will go to Sanders no matter what Sanders throws a block there, but not enough to protect the quarterback for long. Ethan DS has been great from the edge, we wonder if there is an Elite pass.
The running back in this game didn't really come in, but Downs made a big impact today, he sure did. It's a tough block for Sanders, who comes from right to left and tells them how impressive it is that Downs worked first. tight end gunar Helm and finally Sanders getting there fourth sack Allowed by this Longhorn offensive line Suddenly it's second and 16 they scream and back up a few yards about five, it's Whittington Sark trying to find a way to slow this front down they're really aggressive doing a very good job of shaking things up playing with a lot of confidence with this 10 point lead let's see if they come after yours here third down and 12 they bring the pressure ERS increases think about running he takes off no way he's going to get there he lost the ball, it gets loose, it keeps rolling and Oklahoma has it dentry Williams had an early pick now he has a fumble recovery right at midfield Payton Bowen, the true freshman, cause with a big hit this guy is a real student freshman, this is what you fear when a quarterback takes off holding the ball tight, he did it, but the freshman, who they say is a superstar in the making, shows up, unloads on ERS and fumbles the ball, he had an impact first as a special team player.
He had two punts blocked this season and now he forces the third. Loss by ERS today, the first two picks and then when he got the rhythm, he fumbled and now this is a big moment for the defense Texas. The Sudden Change Plus territory is actually right at 50 leby roll the dice here, try to create one. -against one and maybe take a shot downfield have a fleet of sliders on the field to work get to Walker Gabriel rolls and gets around the fourth or drag him down a good tackle from Jade Barrett in the open field to avoid a play more importantly, yeah, I think one of the most underrated players on the Texas defense, good effort he chased down from behind, showed off his speed, one of the leaders when you get really close to this team, like he plays with a little bit of resentment on his shoulder a lot of pressure on his Texas defense to step up after that turnover Gabriel has plenty of time to control him and Walker catches him in traffic, so it's going to be a third down and Jaylen Ford long to the right. there to make the stop, see if they slowed down a little bit here, yeah, Texas, sitting back here on these first two plays, more Zone, trying to keep things in front, trying to make Gabriel have to hold on to the ball, Let's see if they can score.
Up here they're going to bring it Anthony Hill you see him as a pass rusher took him up Gabriel receives the ball quickly he's incomplete trying to find Andel Anthony on the slant Terrence Brooks broke it and that's a huge stop for a defense that was 10 away the turnover, it didn't affect the play, but just to give you an idea, Kowski, the defensive coordinator, I just said they sat a little more conservative on the first two plays that time, they felt this point in the game down 10 they wanted to try applying pressure despite Gabriel getting the ball out quickly, great job at the buzzer.
D, get those three and come out after the ERS turnover, bring in your specialists in these situations. Luke Elzinga, a Michigan center transfer. punter and he's the best at throwing the ball deep and Texas' fair catch there is worthy, he chose to take the ball at the 5 yard line to get the porn defense to stop but the first one is still up by 10 here on the Texas State Fair, where there is no shortage of food options, is she a cheesy dog ​​the All State Red River Rivalry on ABC presented by Head and Shoulders is presented by Ram Trucks America's Best Light Truck for Truck Quality new vehicles Golden Hat awaits winners I love that piece of tradition here some guys use it better than others Taco Bell Student Section of the Year Contest livma.
You may love the Taco Bell app to learn more. The Texas offense operating from its end of the field must have the cooperation of the home crowd, but this Oklahoma defense is just like you. said they are operating with a lot of confidence and putting a lot of pressure on the quarterback, trying to mitigate that with the running game, but off the edge, a good play did a good job, a lot of movement, a lot of body rotation, kept cool in front. ERS right now you know that when you're backed up on your own 5 yard line, you're just trying to get a first down and get out of there, but at some point they're going to have to stretch this defense, just attack too much downfield or downhill causing a lot of problems against the run game in the short passing game from The End Zone tries to stretch the field and wide open is Xavier Worthy on the edge, he got away from Woody Washington, yeah, me, me.
I'm sure Sark senses and feels what we're talking about is that they're taking everything underneath and they're collapsing at some point, you've got to make them pay for that by throwing the ball downfield. and stretching things downfield, fourth reception for a worthy 81 yards, you get pressured, harassed and immediately blushed and you throw the tee shot to the gunner. Hel has become a big part of things this afternoon, boy, what a job here, to somehow escape this pressure. right here in the middle without your leader Lee major in there Kelly able to get in quickly delivery running right Brooks makes a cut into Oklahoma territory crucial possession for long wars to try to regain momentum his way, it's nice To see 24, if you're a Texas fan, you only have a little room to work with.
Going one-on-one with a defensive back will make you miss that time he made a pair of defensive backs. Mo missed Jentry Williams. along with Reggie Pearson, both sniffing trying to tackle number 24, 19 yard gain, his has plenty of time, which hasn't happened very often, today he makes a long throw on the far side and Mitchell makes the catch, they pick up six on the first try and good. I work on the offensive line forward that time, like you said, no, I haven't seen him spend a lot of time and it's nice to see Mitchell get his hands on the ball.
Brooks makes a cut, as he often does, he just finds space in the middle. Drop ahead another first down this looks like more than you'd expect you know they're buried inside their own 5 yard line and that big throw to worthy seemed to really ignite this momentum and now they've got a little bit of rhythm and momentum here. off the play fake ERS controls it Brooks again makes a man miss shows the strength and is close to the marker Billy Bowman finally brought him down just give him the ball in space he's going to come out of the backfield and again this defense looks at the sponsors sink, they want to make sure the entire downfield is Mitchell's threat, so okay, let's make a call, it takes Mitchell or the tight end behind, they get a sinking coverage.
I love that ERS made a quick decision, they just got the ball out. quickly the backs are there to give Brooks a break and the young Fell is going to take the oath behind the lineman Terry who had been out of the game is back making a play he is the fifth year transfer from Tennessee generally known as a guy who he just eats blocks, but when he gets there, you see that offensive line working to his right trying to reach, he's able to sneak in and penetrate G, he needs six on third, let's see if Sarkeesian is thinking about two plays to pick this up, pass him in and shot down. falling two yards from the marker is better, can you make it fall so far?
The offense stays there on fourth down. Yes, he is reading Mulla in an RPO. The reading gave him an indicator that Savan Red football has entered the game. He has been the running back used frequently today as a wildcat quarterback, running and throwing to Texas by the way, three for three on fourth down. Red played a big role in that and a penalty before the center of the offensive start on false number penalty of 62 yards still on fourth down and makes it fourth and eighth and that will change sarkeesian's thinking when the field goal team comes out, it's in the center Robertson there again replacing Jake Major, the bestoffensive lineman on this team who was injured early in his leg, so here comes Bert Auburn. from 45 did well on a Chip Shot before, but struggled in recent weeks from distances like this in a swirling wind, goes through it, it's an important field goal for Texas as they cut it to a seven point margin 153 in the third 67 yd Drive ends in three college football playoff national championship trophies presented by Dr Pepper hanging out here at the State Fair IUS is your home is what Great Vine close here inside the right headquarters yes, J W in Houston It's the championship game, so Texas was backed up early on that drive at the 5-yard line moved it downfield, the big conversion to worthy put it in position and Auburn drives it to make it a seven-point game.
Curtis Wilson on the All State bus made an appearance. in Dallas now heading to Seattle here, what are your good hands across the state? Play this weekend. Oh, we usually call it a night game and it's easy to watch across the country. Oh wow, let's go back to 01. in a 73 game at the end of this game, Roy Williams, the Superman game against Chris Sims, threw that ball in the air and Teddy Layman caught it in the air, secured the victory for the Sooners and Bob Stoops, one of those Texas special teams plays, line up with a punt down inside the 10 yard line that's set up Soon back to work Faroo finds the lead looks out, can fly knocked out across the 40 a couple steps away from really losing a great job by these Oklahoma receivers Drake sto look at 12 Over there, good blocking, good hustle down the field.
Everything around that group. Nick Anderson. Four involved, rejected, reaching up, it's Alfred Collins. The tackle, well, we haven't felt the presence of this Texas defensive front. We talked about this being a big factor in this game. Would Oklahoma deal with the Texas front? Jeff Levy and Dylan Gabriel would come up with a plan between the tempo and the different plays. They have slowed down the front that time. Shot down by Collins. A sack by the Longhorns. They have affected Gabriel several times. but not enough, show some pressure here. Gabriel has time and they hit him again.
That time it was Anthony Hill, so Downs, back to back, sets up a third and 10. He actually does a really good job here, he can't get to it, so. he just does what most good linebackers do: play with instinct, eyes on the ball. I can't catch him, the ball will come out too fast, so he's 63. He Almost not only did he knock him down, but he timed it so well that he wouldn't. I have been surprised if he fell with an interception four of 10 are the Sooners on third down Sauk is in the game G reliable pass protector let's see if they try to warm up Gabriel Anthony crosses in motion and a whistle on a timeout taken Sooners passes the timeout Gabriel here, just one of those guys who makes all his teammates feel important.
He has the ability. You come to this new program. You do what Baker Mayfield did, he intervenes from the outside, you thank yourself, you show it. You have to be a leader with your hard work, but he just has the chemistry, he has the it factor and he has had it since he was a high school star in Hawaii, yes, he had it when he was early in his career in the UCF. with Jeff Levy there and you know this continues with some of those guys you just have it naturally and he's been able to show that today Oklahoma as a team playing a much cleaner game than Texas Texas has three turnovers Oklahoma doesn't have Texas has seven penalties , Oklahoma only three and Texas has been sacked four times, as you mentioned, Oklahoma only allowed one sack.
Gabriel on his way to UCLA when Caleb Williams left Oklahoma entered the portal that Levy called him the day before his first class at Westwood. and he said guess what and he quickly changed his mind and it worked wonderfully third and 10 Gabriel feels the pressure and takes steps, he runs away and tries to get there with his legs, he gets a block on the rim but he won't get there, he fought very hard. but Derek Williams, Catalonia's true freshman, made the entrance on the opposite side. Collins here wins, forces him out of the pocket and then you're talking about a true freshman in the slot coming off a potential Drake block, stopping and doing it.
On one play, we're seeing flashes of what Derrik Williams has to offer this young Texas defense force forced to play and he's doing a great job, so while it's fourth down and drill, athletic training watches to Anthony from the other line. staff Holly, well, you're talking about Dylan Gabriel growing up in Hawaii. Part of this started because his father was an excellent quarterback at the University of Hawaii. He has mentored and coached this young man since he was a little boy. He met Marcus AR. marota for the first time when he was in third grade he vividly remembers a jump rope event for heart health and then got a shot at St Louis High School in Hawaii with Marcus and a group of other quarterbacks and guys, it's just the beginning. about two dozen or a dozen different quarterbacks in college football right now that grew up in Hawaii, it's really cool to see and Dylan Gabrian is making them proud.
Here is the DNA. There were guys before Mariota Timmy Chang played in Hawaii, but Mariota Tua, those guys were from St Louis High School Milani is where Dylan comes from, that's where Mackenzie Milton played and of course he was the guy that took him to UCF and he was his mentor there, kind of like an older brother to Dylan, it's cool to see that cool brotherhood of guys and, right? Now, how about the way you two are performing? Anthony is clearly in some pain and they also helped him have a great year this year with the Dolphins.
So how about this? The offense is on the field, they need almost two full yards to get down the field. 47 oh, he spreads it Walker is the running back, they are going to try to get Texas to Flinch, but they run a play. Gabriel throws leaning the other way and Stoops couldn't make it. Michael Taff, a backup safety, made the play and Texas. with that stop he has great field position, well that's all you can expect for Dylan Gabriel's ball for me, he's a little late and he's lying behind the field, but look at this cushion here, you'll get that ball out every time he came out now a little late and behind Stoops he's running out of space, but he went to the right target with that cushion in bounds and I felt like I had him out a little late now because you rolled a die and tried it in a rivalry game . look at Quinn's field position ERS on the horns ERS by the way has completed his last 13 passes they would lose the fumble in the middle of that but excellent Pace throwing the ball another high percentage throw to Brooks he said just get it for him in the space and creates a gain of about four yards just take those completions all day wanted to go wanted to make a shot looked like Sark wanted to try to test the defense after that turnover on Downs taken downfield no problem check it out at least get some positive yards what a sudden change in this game where that venal call and the incompletion stop gave Texas a real chance and Brooks converts the quarter bangster tackler who keeps running inside the 305 on the right side of this offensive line Campbell and Jones really good job on this right side Watch them work the double team and then go up to those sponsors.
Look at that hole. I mean, you're letting Brooks go downhill to the tee of that defense with speed. One more. Could you order the 119th rivalry of Red River, the Longhorns and the Sooners? fighting in a single score game 15 minutes to play after this message in a word from your local ABC station scheduled for the final quarter aerial coverage presented today by Goodye celebrating their Challenge and scheduled for the final quarter aerial coverage presented today by goodye Celebrating your away games challenge everywhere Are you ready for the road? good year more motivated which side which individual will make the plays here in this fourth quarter will be remembered forever the great story of the Red River Longhorns rivalry at 34 on the first attempt, he tries the middle towards Brooks and that time he was stopped for No Gain, that guy, Jordan Kelly, who's on the depth chart, he came in fresh, he's had a big impact the last two seasons, yeah, talking, talking, talking. also talk to the Texas team to let them know that there is a second chance Brooks makes a cut taken down by Billy Bowman it will be the third chance around five.
You could argue here as we start this fourth quarter in a 2720 game with Oklahoma going all out. at stake, this is the biggest quarter of college football we've seen all year, with everything at stake, the biggest quarter these teams have played in a long time, immediately touched by Winnington comes down to the one yard line, they played fast, they caught him. on a slant and found a nice crease in that area exactly, finds a crease and Oklahoma, the secondary with its eyes on the backfield, here is the culprit, the safety moves from the middle to the hash and good job recognizing that. and get the ball out quickly the pressure was coming from him from the blind side of him, but he bites the fake to give the spectators enough time.
You're going to like this Kirk Big Byron Murphy and tandre SWAT those studs on the defensive line and they brought in this game to improve the alignment in the backfield and they turn it over to Brooks behind everything they couldn't create enough space, he he stayed for nothing, good job, good job to be able to see all that size, no problem, he goes. going downhill and fixing that is a great job by Kip Lewis, the redshirt freshman, redshirt freshman, he just threw his body in between all those 300 pounds and made a great play now they go to formation by the eyes, the fullback position that Murphy is in in front of Brooks takes the throw and they are trying to push the pile, they won't get there desan Mulla in the Stop and the Sooners actually make him gain this last yard and Mulla takes the fight to Murphy, he's not the biggest guy, but look at this hit there's sweat right there, but look at this collision right here instead of sitting around waiting, bang, he hits it and ruins that play, that's a great job, the transfer guy from IU who was asked to play in space as a hybrid that time. returning to their old familiar in the trenches still with the jumbo formation they have not gained an inch in two plays Brooks again and again they have him behind the line Oklahoma gets up with Danny Stutman combining with desan Mulla is the fourth down and goal well , as big as you are, if you don't block this guy, you're not going to score running up the middle, nobody picks up stman, who's who, The Ball Hawk, the guy that makes all the tackles on this team smart and tough .
Instinctive and you may have all that size, but you become very predictable when you go three in a row trying to run after the bigs that didn't work out on all three plays, they lose a yard, another fourth down play for the Longhorns, gotta hurry up play. Clock at four, TR to throw it, worthy, stopped four plays that they can't get on an Oklahoma goal line that has just become part of the tradition of this rivalry. Billy Bowman got there, wow, what a moment, are you kidding me? what an incredible position oh you're protecting a seven point lead back to work from which they reviewed it and the call remains worthy.
Billy Bowman grabbed him by the neck, his butt hits the ball, he's very close to breaking the plane, but you're talking about inches, inches and a big stop mentioned four times, that's how culture is built for a guy in his second year as a head coach, but if you are Gabriel in the shotgun halfway deep in the end zone with Walker to your left you have to be very careful this again is the extreme noisy Texas crowd breathing down the neck of Gabriel here delivers to the end zone Breaking free is Walker he has a lot of room to breathe a first down at the 13 how about that inside his There's pressure on the one yard line, you know, Texas, they're just trying to get penetration , they're trying to ruin that backfield play with that defensive line they have and instead U does exactly what they need to do, they get something good. blocking angles and a good job of reading that play developed by Walker delay here you had Stogner and Ethan Burke had their masks intertwined from fighting there on the edge Gabriel loops it up the field caught oh incomplete Jaden Gibson stepped over Terrence Brooks had it right there, he couldn't pick it up, there's not much room, look how close he is to the sideline, but he takes a couple steps and the ball is thrown perfectly.
The ball couldn't have been placed out there. Look at it better. on that right arm, grab it, I'm not saying that because of interference, I'm saying that how it impacted Gibson by being able to raise both arms and hands to catch it, that's what youthey teach. a defensive back on those Fades Gibson, one of the big play weapons here that hasn't been involved yet, today Gabriel will be sworn in by Anthony Hill, it's a short loss, now a third and a long time coming, that kid is a super Superstar. Man Hill is I'm going to be a star in this defense again.
A true freshman from Denton went to Ryan High School 63 234. He gets moved around. What do you like? Here on third and 11. Coach at this spot on the field. Fastball out. Better salt in a. Hurry up, Texas shows no pressure and they just hustle and Gabriel eliminates the bomb fakes, he takes off and makes a great throw, but he makes a first down, he doesn't slide, that time the jet push hit him, but the quarterback makes one play, they brought pressure from here from outside. his blind side is picked up by Walker and that's just Texas, the best player on their defense, Jaylen Ford was there, but only a frozen jump attempt by Gibson that time is incomplete, a 12-yard scramble on third-and-11 for keep the ball up seven in In the fourth quarter, one of the big keys for Texas was that we had to keep Gabriel in the pocket, especially on third down, we can't let him believe, it's one thing to say it and another thing is to go out and have to execute, you are worried. on your left you're worried about your right you're worried about the pass and then here he comes so nervous that nervous in space Gabriel again takes a quick look and then walks away, weaves his way through traffic, he's on the loose Dylan Gabriel finally chased in the Texas 30 Keaton Crawford saved a touchdown but that's the run of his life again.
Look at the middle linebacker, he's there, Jayen Ford, you're talking about again, not one of the best players in Texas, but one of the best linebackers in Texas. the country was just a little slow to Spa Kirk 44 yards on that play Gabriel, your career-high 110 yards in the Red River rivalry on the ground, he's an added dimension to Jeff Levy and Tempo's spread and attack scheme, there's a lot to think about and then you have to worry about the quarterback's legs on top of that, and Oklahoma, after making a goal line forever there, trying to take advantage of this lead, they took it from one to Texas 31.
Sauk gets a rare carry and gets sucked in on his third down and again what makes it difficult is if you start to worry about the run game, you start to worry about him as a threat, you start to set your eyes on the back field, they have the receivers and if they leave a one on one. We saw Jaden Gibson get a one-on-one opportunity against Brooks. It was a great route, a great throw, he just couldn't hold it, but when you start worrying about him going away and running. You're going to give yourself up to potential one-on-one shots downfield vertically infringing a lot on Schmid's field goal range if they don't gain a yard here at the third 10, but it's Stoger who makes the catch, they get close, he's a few yards short.
When Jiren Thompson tackled him, there is an Oklahoma lineman still on the field, it appears to be McKade Matre, the right guard, but that pass is designed to put Schmidt in more comfortable field goal range, what momentum backed up to the that muscles it. down the field 72 yards to set up a field goal attempt here, here in Dallas, the card that takes M, the fifth-year senior guard of all his teammates reaches out to wish him well when it happens to one of the senior boys who started. for three years in the middle of the offensive line, Texas fans join Oklahoma fans by the way, standing to applaud the great friend fourth and five, they will kick the field goal here Zack Schmidt reliable in his career among the 40 and 49 years old, he has made eight of 10, this is 45 to make it a double-digit lead and he will slide to the right.
Schmidt was close, but Tex is still within seven with 755 to play, the wind is swirling a little here, I don't know if that was a factor, it just came out of that vertical right Old State Red River Rivalry on ABC is presented by Head and Shoulders makes every wash count in part by All State you're in good hands and Chili's three for me the best 1099 you can eat mcquinn yers was a young man a kid watching the game in the crowd while getting to high school dreamed of Kirk who could have the opportunity to be here and participate last year was a route this year has been difficult and dramatic and ERS had two of his first six Pass attempts intercepted today are now on a streak of 17 consecutive completions.
He showed a lot of courage here. This game was a rough start for him and the offense. Brooks piled up near the line of scrimmage. by Jacob Lacy. See the third attempt. Take advantage of that. Oh, we. got a penalty here late penalty in the stack obviously it's going to be a dead ball foul where is it going to go? Christian Jones the right tackle making his 41st start was the 70th in Texas involved a little bit in this potentially can be Texas player say he's at OU Kirk, look well, well, Trace Ford was tangled with him and I don't know, it seemed like I was kicking to get him off of me.
Trace Ford dropped, this is a really big call, oh my gosh, huge after the play. conduct Necessary roughness Defense number 30 yes 15 and penalty and automatic first set a third and four is an automatic first try the ball will move near midfield I think what pushes it initially was that and then you can see the reaction of Christian Jones from Texas counterattacking many Sometimes he will compensate due to retaliation, but continue strictly forward, so it would have been a third down and now you are first down in yardage. Ada's payment is in the game. Kirk, he'll be happy about that. young guys on the Oklahoma defensive line, young talented number 34, just call it double A, yeah, so one of those off balance penalties for the Sooners and Longor set at 47, you fake it to Brooks, the flag is down .
ERS on the other side. the middle ups high tried to get to Winnington incomplete the flag came out too quickly it's on Mitchell his movement began to lean before the ball was broken he began to cheat towards the line of scrimmage legal change legal movement offense number five moving forward on the penalty 5 yards is still the first down, so they will take the penalty going back five instead of incomplete. Keep waiting, keep waiting for him to make the right play. Say yes, here it is in motion. Look how it starts a little too soon. that's why the flag came out so fast two receptions for 17 yards for Mitchell he on first and 15 feels the pressure back to his right and turns it over there is Winnington who makes the catch knocked out at the 40 for a first down by Bowman what is he doing? make that quick move, you know the ball is slipping out of his hands, great, good job, this is where mobility comes into play.
You see the safety starting to go down to appreciate the threat from the spectators, maybe fighting and creating a great lane behind him, easy release. easy read 18th consecutive completion ties ERS with Colt McCoy, that's 19th of new record Whittington gets a block and Bowman Holly tackles him inside the 30 top injury news right now Gentry Williams, Sunor's starting cornerback, has been taken to the locker room in his place Kendall Doby is there right now number 15 keep your eyes on the secondary Williams on a great afternoon made the pick early now Brooks makes the cut on his face Brooks rushes the Texas touchdown Jonathan Brooks has a tight pick of Robinson's afternoon ready for the great longhorn left a 29 yard touchdown one point away from tying this football game you have to win on the edge agbo at number 80 as a tight end it's a glorified offensive line but look at the patience and then the ability to get up the field vertically, that's just Jonathan Brooks in a nutshell and he points to that forearm of his appreciating his late father Auburn low kick goes through him it's a Texas out that close miss on the field goal takes 73 yards and five plays and Honoring your dad with a touchdown you know you must be appreciating the ball game, okay, thanks. guys, fierce physicality, what you'd expect, this feels like two heavyweights Texas got that win satisfactory before in Alabama they still rank outside the top 10 trying to prove that they belong in that conversation and this is faroo of the three Jalil faroo or flashes of that speed.
Kickoff man Will Stone had to force him out of bounds for the touchdown. Let's get back to this and again Jonathan Brooks, with patience, some big blocks, let the blocks set themselves. He is emerging as one of the best running backs at my university. football and what he has been able to do to balance this offense with ERS in his passing game, look at the emotion that this kid plays with a lot of composure, he had two turnovers at the beginning, there you can see his emotion and there is Jonathan Brooks pointing that out . date 31822 when he lost his father Spire performance this is Stoops in the final round makes a cut and is dragged down after a solid first game walker made a block on the rim this is where rivalry game legacies are built correct 2727 less than 6 minutes left both The undefeated Oklahoma team had a chance to go up double digits and crashed the field goal.
Now it's a tied game and a swarming play, Dandre, sweat got to the rim, made Walker fall to the ground, now it's third down and five, Bo, that's a big job. coming off the block, you know he's that size, a double team, look at how he extends with his arms, takes off the block again, you have to keep in mind that he weighs 362 pounds to be able to be so agile and fast and have been able to get off of that. block Gabriel dealing with the noise at this left end of the stadium, sson throws but a high fast ball and Stoger couldn't get it.
Gabriel and this Kirk offense have been unable to click on some crucial potential conversions here in the fourth quarter. Yeah, when you're in the right hash and you get into the boundary, there's just not a lot of room to work with and you have to get that ball out quickly and instead of getting out on time, he makes up for it. by throwing it with a lot of velocity, it's hard for St to ask Stogner to worry, I'm going to put my feet in and then here comes a 95 M hour fastball coming right at you, there's Xavier worthy waiting for the special teams punt from Josh's cast. they have not only been important but adventurous today Blaster went off center it is a low kick that will bounce and where they feel it right at the last second closing in on him was pton Bowen that first year star of the special team a risky play for the veteran and a crucial 50 yard punt for the cast Bo Bowen blocked those two punts earlier has a bright future hoped worthy would try to get his hands on him mention the Legacy skirt here we go now it's your turn a disastrous start to this game has recovered nicely got a record streak of consecutive completions, 19 in a row, 449 to play in regulation, has Brooks with the hot hand behind him, fakes it, URS goes downfield for a worthy comeback and Woody Washington Longhorns split it up beautifully. not a good one, I think it's worth it if he had stopped running down the field and worked even harder getting back to the ball, he could have gotten a possible penalty, there's contact there Bill, what do you think I mean?
Super slow motion, seems obvious. pass interference, but in real time, what do you think? In real time, I thought it was a good play, but seeing that angle there, he got in early with his body even though he turned back to get the ball, This time he settles in the area. catch the rope breaks on 19 consecutive complete passes but you shake it off and get back to work, yeah that's what it is. Right, go back to an RPO, get the ball, hurry up, you should mention the key. Lawrence is no longer playing safety, he is playing safety now.
Corner. right there again he finds an open man, he's worthy of getting in space with the man you mentioned, yeah that's the reason I mention that is because he's a safety, it's a really hard thing to ask a safety to be there. on an island if Quinn ERS and Sark and are smart, I think they attack him, especially if you don't have security support behind him, playing fast, you're looking to throw again and now he'll just control it. Brooks on the edge advances there in midfield and picked up another one. Good Chunk on the first down Holly mentioned that Dolby is going to replace Gentry Williams now that they are on the bench, they have moved Lawrence there and when you are a safety moving the corner now Dolby really comes back into the game, Brooks patient, very patient.
Finally, his muscle will approach the marker. It's interesting how this is played now. Or you have a couple of 3 and a half minute wait times. The clock can move pretty fast with the new rules outside of two minutes. Here, how is this Sark in a hurry? be in this moment I don't think it's Oklahoma has gone through one of their timeouts before you stick with your game plan you know you're mixing up the tempos hooks forward bunts Falls forward for about four still a great momentVisions going on down there instead of stman that time it's kenck finding him in the hole with positive yards for the horns on that first and 10 plays playing with Tempo here believing they have the Sooners defense on the ropes in the dignified tilt ago that the catch absorbs a blow from the bow and holds and is the first out until the 35th yes, they used movement and I think that affects things.
Stutsman ends up going down. You see this move by Sanders. Now look at Stutzman Blitz. Good job seeing that by ERS. Look at that vacancy. right behind Blitz he saw the collision like you said he appeared from the first snap and Bowman took the receiver's throw he tried to get up and play through it then he just knelt down and was already very exhausted in the secondary this is exactly what that you expect to see in so many previous games in this series, hard hits, wild plays, outlandish things, a series of plays that could potentially be part of the Legacy story of this game and these individual guys, and now here we go two and one.
Half left to text us in March two and a half left I I this is not a point in the game that you're worried about hey let's kill the clock now if you get there within 20 and start thinking about that point about such Maybe that consideration, but right now that's not the case at all, they're just trying to continue executing. They're so impressed with yours today, you know, playing quarterback isn't just about running around in shorts and a t-shirt, you know? when he was in high school he had a lot of fanfare, a lot of recognition when you really earn your stripes as a quarterback, a guy you think of any guy in the NFL who has become a legend, it's what you do in these types of moments leading a soccer team. going through throwing a couple of picks early, enduring that, enduring that and continuing to play with poise, that's what we've seen today from the longhorns of number three asking his crowd for silence.
Bowman benched on first down. ERS is going to be absorbed. and sacked Jacob Lacy, the notame transferred six sacks and they leaned this defensive line right through this gap, right here it affects communication, he gets lost there, keep in mind that now they have the backup center who, by the way, has done a great job. Conor Robertson replaces Jake Majors for the first time, we've really seen some passion there and it was Brent vbl's good leaning decision using the depth in this defence, something they didn't have a year ago. Worthy on the Edge gets a pair. he blocks the cuts and that was a good play.
The inside cut was Payton's arc and that in the first year to avoid a bigger gain here we go on third down, not in field goal range, but they need nine rotation bots to continue with the rotation of the bodies up front for Oklahoma. I need to affect ERS getting penetration trying to get him out of his spot Mitchell down here we keep calling him Chris down here he's going to get a timeout Oklahoma will spend the timeout marking balls at the 35 that would make out on a 52 yard field goal attempt for BT Auburn, I wasn't trying from that distance in one up, something like Beyond 45 48 yards is tough, here's the ranking of the good year of college football we've been talking about in that Ohio State battle, but They now took a 20-point lead against Maryland.
Yeah, you know, Maryland had the offense to potentially challenge Ohio State, but it seems like they've settled on Florida State. Virginia Tech will be next on ABC. Come at the bottom. It's one of those days. just put your feet up and watch college football all day like every Saturday. Notre Dame and Louisville get close later tonight. The Irish will be challenged for the third straight week in the Ohio State game, the Duke game last week and now on the road against undefeated Jeff Brom. and Louisville, the Texas offense before it still had venables on their sideline, so they spent time there and had one to work with the rest of the way just on the outside edge of field goal range for this third and nine book breaks. an inning that struggled inside the 30 and sarkeesian was clearly hoping his back would break as he has a lot, but playing to improve the field goal attempt here, Oklahoma spends its last timeout in the 22nd minute, you know, it's the beauty of having a runner. that can lead to some tough yards for you, you're right, it means he thinks about SAR, he thinks about maybe throwing it, maybe trusting a quarterback, maybe setting up a play to get a one on one matchup, instead of That becomes more conservative. route on third down just to have a better chance at this potential go-ahead goal.
U now have run out of timeouts, more than anything, that's remembering how fast they can move through their offense in the 22nd minute if they're executing, that's not the problem even though they're out of timeouts, so Auburn made a couple today. It has been a complicated and dizzying victory. It could have played a role in Schmidt's narrow miss for Oklahoma early in the pregame quarter. This direction was becoming quite a strong breeze. It seems to me that he has died. goes down a little bit, start sending the offense now wow yeah, so I don't know if he's going, he's got time out so I don't know if he's playing around here, I'm going to try to get him away, try to get one cheap. here to get a first down or and then call a late timeout or what they're doing as soon as we're running, they had the field goal blocking team out there trying to set up a defense to see if they run a play, they're not even close. of organized.
L the horns need four if they break it looks like he's just trying, he's just trying to jump the sooner the time goes by, it's worth a try, we're sitting here talking, I'm looking at the Huddle, I'm like, wait a the second three is him , there's no way I would accept this oh, you weren't fooled in the end, well that's why you practice well, you're in that faraway field as a specialist during those dog days of summer, working at Focus. get ready for this kind of opportunity you dream of this opportunity as a kicker you hope it comes down to a tied game and they're talking to him the quarterbacks have their dreams Jeff had his kind of dreams too yeah so I was with him trying before of the game to loosen it up and continue trusting in you.
Auburn has missed a couple in recent weeks. Has been solid so far today in the snap from 47 yards out to put the longhorns in front with 22 minutes left, drives Auburn with plenty of distance to spare. Big Texas appears, it was down 10 now it has three up Dylan Gabriel your turn there are no timeouts but there is a minute 17 to play and that is key Auburn simply enters right at the moment and does not flinch beautiful Texas sky that ball goes through the posts What day for Sark and Jeff Banks, a special teams coordinator and what an impact it is not over yet, but the specialists have had that third phase of the game for the horns.
Remember that the U at the end of the first half had a play of nine 67 yards. Drive ended in a field goal took about a minute 53 now they got a minute 15 or so here mention special teams and the blocked punt ended in a touchdown they had a no run fake and a solid boock today BT Auburn three of three Gabriel It has lost I think a little bit of rhythm here in the fourth quarter. You haven't made a couple of makeable shots on third and fourth down conversions. Yes, this kid also wants this moment and goes for Woody Washington who comes around the corner to talk. he's a guy who couldn't play in this game last year now he's down by three with no timeouts can Farooq create a very dangerous field position Turner today Stone puts it right behind the end says forget the return so here we are go , Dylan Gabriel denied the opportunity to be on this field, had his heart ripped out for having to watch with a concussion and being a hero in the Red River rivalry.
The offensive line has some backups there, they have to wait, give them time, but they are made for this not only because of their Moxy and their attitude, but also because of their scheme, they go as fast as anyone in the country, so the first thing they What they need is that first first down to get their tempo going, how aggressive Texas is going to play it. only Rush three dropped coverage Gabriel over the middle and it's complete for a first down they found Stoops put your seat Bel in that's what no that's what they wanted now it's just a matter of lining up Texas has to be ready to be aggressive not being conservative sit long throw catch made Farooq make a man miss and suddenly in a couple of plays they are in Texas territory, it's two plays and he goes out of bounds.
I mean, that's what this offense can do for him. R is now having just a huge day 130 yards on the day he gets the pocket from Gabriel who collapses, breaks away, throws it up the middle and ducks running free and the legendary sun moves the ball into the Red Zone on the last minute Bo Jaylen Ford appeared remembers that he missed when Gabriel's run that time approached and opened a shot.a Stoops Gabriel fakes a throw for the incomplete end zone there was a on the far line and a flag comes out Brooks was defending Nick Anderson oh lean and go and Brooks essentially tackles him because he bit the lean as he walked past him.
I just grabbed it, so good call from the refs. Pass interference. Defense number eight, automatic first down, just found the foul well. Gabriel and his players moved the ball down in 28 seconds. Here inside the 10 yard line there is a progressive pylon camera that shows all the way. of that slant and go, but an obvious pass interference on the right call, will be Walker's way of showing in the backfield how to inform Marcus Major is not available to get out of this play on first down to throw it, now he'll take off and will knock down. In all three Texas has timeouts, will they spend it here?
I think Texas is just going to hope their defense can hold up here OR they have to throw incomplete passes or score, they can't afford to get tackled in bounds Gabriel PES touchdown Nick Anderson his first catch of the football game, the Younger brother Rodney Anderson, the former Oklahoma running back, put the suitors on top with 15 seconds left to play an epic G BR drive, said he's made for this, he delivered too often. I'm talking about look how excited Gabriel is, good man for him. very often I talk about what happens before the play, well here's another example of that with Nick Anderson going on the move, look at Texas' reaction right in the back as he answers, cancels it, says hey you got it , you got it, now look at the Texas. reaction here once it gets into motion says you got it I have it who has it I don't have it and then it gets lost so a miscommunication in the back of the Texas high school with that pre-nap movement created doubts and hesitations in Jaren Thompson weren't quite sure who had matched him man-to-man in the back of the end zone and what if the line gives Gabriel enough time to read and make that throw.
You know, Anderson's zone is kind of a big play, KK. His average of 28 yards per catch is one of the best in the FBS. That's a three-yard reception that Gabriel will never forget. Four of four in the series. His first touchdown pass of the football game gives him a four-point lead. We talk about the legacies that are being built in these games, there are still 15 seconds left, but what a performance and drive by number eight Dylan Gabriel in this Oklahoma offense, they didn't come after him at the beginning of the drive, they dropped eight in the coverage that could. get the ball out quite calmly and get the momentum going and accelerate that Tempo again, their system is built despite the timeouts they are designed for, we saw that at the end of the first half, we saw that at the end of this game, Jeff.
Lebby deserves a lot of credit for putting this plan together and putting his quarterback in this offense in a position to be able to make those plays late, what a call at the end with that move creates that doubt and then the touchdown, let's see if ERS can make something happens, yes, he needs to get 75 yards to the end zone, he has a couple timeouts, but only 15 seconds you throw him under a short piece. Wington just wants to get free at the 43, they will use up the timeout. and now they are in a kind of Hail Mary position, yes, a lot of dancing.
I mean, you just have to put the North and the South in this situation. Every second matters, just make North and South hunker down and call a timeout. You wonder if you try to do it. with at least one timeout, do you try something where you can throw it 10, 12, 15 yards, catch the ball, duck and then it becomes maybe a little more realistic if you're at plus 40 instead of the ball being on your own 44 I think SAR, with that extra time, tries to get a little closer before launching it with hope Milani Hawaii is where Gabriel comes from, a small town if you go from Honolulu to thenorth shore, you pass through it's kind of a bucolic setting he goes from there to UCF plays three years he's going to UCLA he's redirected to Norman couldn't play here a year ago you could write a script just about his story, but also about this game, the last play that comes, the batons conjure a miracle that has to be done.
I mean, if he wants to throw it here, obviously he has a chance to get some yards. they go left, they call, they go under, they use 4 seconds, two left and the ball is at 44, yes, there's the call, the smart SAR will now use that last timeout, by the way, this is one of those games what you want to see in the fifth quarter, you know, and it's like with the new Big 12 without the divisions that you probably have. You'll get it in the Big 12 championship game. I want to see a sequence 20 miles west of here in Arlington, yes that's right, West Virginia is in the mix, yes West Virginia doesn't play Texas, they do play Oklahoma, but yes, you would.
I'm not betting on these two teams being the top two, no division of course, what a battle. What I love about this battle is that there's EB and flow and it's like okay, one team is going to walk away, no, no, this team facing some tough times and some obstacles and some adversity, they come back and then it seems that they're in control and then the other side comes back, so what a game to grow for both teams, I used to call it the bronze hat, but that didn't fit, this is, it's you in Texas and then they turned it into the gold hat that has been wearing since the time of World War II, get ready, you take off that thing and put it on your head, it's the photos in the social OT.
You'll be everywhere, you've earned the right to put that hat on today if you emerge victorious in Red River's 119th rivalry, so you turned right, you've got Mitchell, who's 64. Sanders is there, he's 64, all the U Defenders or many of them, six of them standing at the goal line waiting for the shot, you hope there is time to shoot, they come after he steps forward, hits while throwing a high ball near the goal line, breaks it, B, down, Oklahoma wins, so The world football team is coming off a six and seven season in a year or two for Venables.
He said: I don't know if we are a championship team. We haven't gotten to that point yet. We are taking action. Today they took a monstrous step like Dylan Gabriel. He takes it down the field for the winning touchdown. He's with Holly. Well, Dylan, you took the field with 17 minutes left. What did you say to your teammates and yourself to be able to execute that breakthrough? We do it every Wednesday. do it every Wednesday and this What U Football thing is about this, why I came here, this game has a lot of respect for Texas, man, they played hard, fifth, it's hell, I mean, they play very well, so it's what what's up.
At the end of the day making plays and Nick made a play, so let's do this. You made a great play in the Red Zone. You had to get up, jump to make that throw over the offensive line. What did you see? Did you complete it? B called Last night told me to do whatever it takes so you know what I'm saying. I love U football. I love this place. This is what college football is all about. Come on, this is your first time playing this game. Legends. are made in this game, what should they say about Dylan Gabriel and your Sooners after this?
I love my teammates I love my team, that's always what I've been man and God is good God is good go enjoy this young victory thank you a man of deep Faith makes the sign of the cross to center himself before going out into the field for each possession the flag has been planted the golden hat is in the middle of that Humanity in the middle of the field they will pass it like it is the Stanley Cup, right, this is a great shot, look at that look at that dejected half of the stadium, the other half pure euphoria and each person left with memories they won't forget will most likely meet again, fortunately.
They're going to meet again on this field in the next few years, that won't change as they move into next season, but you're here in the Dallas area in Arlington, it's where the conference championship game is played. He was so calm with Holly. Now you're seeing a lot of Gabriel's fights, yeah, man. If you watch this one, you will never forget it. We'll be talking about this one for a long time. Texas with the field goal looks like they are going to do it. get out of here with a victory and then Gabriel wouldn't be Deni like he is with his family.
It's amazing on this perfect day in Dallas, in addition to this great rivalry, we won't forget 34 30 Sooners over the Longhorns today's game produced by Bill Bell. Led by Jimmy Plant, we thank our tremendous K for dealing with all the technical challenges at the beginning of the K Curb Street Holly Road Chris Fer saying see you later from the cotton ball after a break, more football and Florida State.

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