It was not a good day to be an Oklahoma Sooners fan. The Sooners were dominated in the Cotton Bowl by the Texas Longhorns

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49-0, marking their third straight loss in Big 12 play. This is their first three-game conference losing streak since 1998.

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Without Dillon Gabriel, the offense resorted to the wildcat and trick plays to try and manufacture yards.

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Ultimately, the lack of an adequate passing attack combined with an untimely move away

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from the running game marked disaster for an offense that only generated 195 total yards and 11 first downs.

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After a three-and-out on the opening drive, the Sooners couldn’t stop Texas for anything.

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They allowed 585 yards of offense and nearly 300 yards rushing on the day.

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As expected, Bijan Robinson was a load in the running game, rushing for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

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Texas’ offensive line dominated in the running game and made life incredibly easy for Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers. Ewers was hardly under pressure

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Texas had their way with the Oklahoma Sooners today and absolutely dominated in the Red River Showdown.

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