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  1. The Road Warrior Report - Cotton... Featured

    The Road Warrior Report - Cotton Bowl Review - December 31, 2020

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    ARLINGTON, TEXAS – Oklahoma ran for 435 yards, broke the Cotton Bowl record for total offensive yards, tied the game record for points scored, and registered three interceptions in the first quarter en route to a 55-20 blowout of the Florida Gators at AT&T Stadium Wednesday night. The win closed out the Sooners’ pandemic season at 9-2, along with their sixth straight Big 12...
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  2. The Road Warrior Report - Big 12...

    The Road Warrior Report - Big 12 Championship Review - December 20, 2020

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    ARLINGTON, TEXAS – The Sooners ran out to a 17-0 first half lead and held on in the fourth quarter for a 27-21 win over Iowa State Saturday at AT&T Stadium, securing their sixth consecutive Big 12 Championship. OU finished sixth in the final CFP rankings released Sunday morning.

    Spencer Rattler was 22-34 for 272 yards and a score. Marvin Mims led all Sooner receivers with 101 yards and a score on seven catches. Rhamondre...
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    The Road Warrior Report - Baylor Review - December 6, 2020

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    NORMAN – In what was a weird game, likely affected by practice disruptions and missing players as a result of the COVD postponement last week, the Sooners beat Baylor last night, 27-14. The Sooner offense was sluggish, to say the least, but the defense was stifling most of the night.

    Spencer Rattler was 20 of 28 for 193 yards, two TDs, and a pick. Theo Wease led all receivers with five catches for 66 yards and a score. Rhamondre Stevenson had five for...
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    The Road Warrior Report - Oklahoma State Review - November 22, 2020

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    NORMAN – Saturday night, in the first home night game ever against Oklahoma State, Oklahoma did, well, what Oklahoma does. Whether by a little or a lot, Oklahoma beats Oklahoma State. This night, it was by a lot, as OU rolled to a 41-13 win in which Aggy did not score in the second half.

    Spencer Rattler went 17-24 for 301 yards and four TDs, while not coming close to turning the ball over. He also had 14 yards rushing and a score on seven carries....
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    The Road Warrior Report - Kansas Review - November 8, 2020

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    NORMAN – The Sooners easily took care of business Saturday afternoon against winless Kansas, hammering the Jayhawks 62-9 for their fourth straight win. The Sooner defense was stifling, registering nine sacks against the hapless KU offense.

    Spencer Rattler was OK on the day, going 15 of 27 for 212 yards, one TD, and one pick. He also sustained a bruised hip that limited him thereafter, although it does not look like it will be a lingering issue....
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    The Road Warrior Report - Texas Tech Review - November 1, 2020

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    LUBBOCK, TEXAS
    – There have been several weird nights in Lubbock before, but Saturday night was not one of them. Neither their all-black uniforms nor their piped-in crowd noise could save Texas Tech from a crimson steamroller. The returns of suspended players Rhamondre Stevenson and Ronnie Perkins highlighted the night, as the Sooners ran out to a 48-14 halftime lead on their way to a 62-28 rout.

    The Sooner defense was mostly outstanding on the night,...
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  7. The Road Warrior Report - TCU...

    The Road Warrior Report - TCU Review - October 25, 2020

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    FORT WORTH, TEXAS
    – Oklahoma returned to the Metroplex for the second game in a row and followed up their four-overtime win over Texas with a less exciting, but perhaps more satisfying 33-14 demolishing of TCU Saturday, in a game that wasn’t really as close as the score indicated. The Sooner defense stifled TCU’s running game and registered three sacks. More importantly, when the Sooners had a three score lead late in the third quarter, they maintained...
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    The Road Warrior Report - Texas Review - October 11, 2020

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    DALLAS, TEXAS
    – It was the longest, highest scoring game in the series, thanks to four overtimes that really shouldn’t have happened, and when it ended, the Sooners had a 53-45 win over Texas in a very steamy, socially distanced Cotton Bowl on Saturday afternoon. The Sooner defense showed improvement, even if they fell apart in the last five minutes of the game, and Spencer Rattler grew up a lot before our eyes after being benched in the second quarter...
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    The Road Warrior Report - Iowa State Review - October 4, 2020

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    AMES, IOWA – The year was 1960. Dwight Eisenhower was in his final months as President of the United States. On November 5, Iowa State defeated Oklahoma in Ames, 10-6. Three days later, John F. Kennedy would be elected President.

    And, until Saturday night, that November day 60 years ago was the last time the Sooners tasted defeat in Ames. But all things must come to an end, like a 60-year streak, and hopes of a fourth consecutive CFP appearance – and...
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    The Road Warrior Report - Kansas State Review - September 27, 2020

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    – As we all know, the Sooners are sadly good for one inexplicable loss every year, usually to a lower-level conference foe. This year, they decided to get that game out of the way up front, blowing a 21-point late third quarter lead to drop Saturday’s conference opener to Kansas State by a score of 38-35. As K-State losses go, this one was a classic – a game dominated by the Sooners for nearly three full quarters before a couple of cross-country...
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