Texas rolled over Oklahoma en route to a 49-0 win Saturday when starting quarterback Quinn Ewers returned from a sprained collarbone to lead the Longhorns to their biggest win in rivalry series history.
The Red River Showdown dates back to 1900 and the teams met 118 times, with Texas leading the series 63-50-5. Ahead of Saturday’s dominant performance was Texas’ biggest win over Oklahoma in 1941 and 2005 by 33 points.
The shutout also ended the Sooners’ streak of 311 straight game scoring. It was the worst shutout loss in Oklahoma history.
Ewers, who had not played since Week 2, completed 21 of 31 pass attempts for 289 yards, four touchdowns and one interception before Hudson Card stepped in. Ewers hit seven different receivers.
https://theathletic.com/3670841/2022/10/08/texas-oklahoma-quinn-ewers/?source=rss Quinn Ewers and Bijan Robinson propel Texas to the biggest win over Oklahoma in the history of the rivalry