Big 12: Chance Mock

HornsNation links: QBs past vs. present

March, 26, 2012
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HornsNation has more coverage of the Texas Longhorns:

Sean Adams writes Insider: History is telling Mack Brown that you can succeed with two QBs. However, the present climate begs to differ. If history wins out, is that the best thing for the Longhorns?

Carter Strickland writes: David Ash is learning to protect the football. He's learning the scheme, too. And as spring progresses, his confidence is growing.

Surprises have dotted previous Oct. 11 Texas-OU games

October, 11, 2008
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Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin

Previous Oct. 11 games in the Texas-OU series have provided several surprising results over the years. Here are a couple of the more memorable moments on previous games on this date.

Oct. 11, 1958: No. 16 Texas 15, No. 2 Oklahoma 14 -- Backup Texas quarterback Bobby Lackey came off the bench to throw a game-tying fourth-down touchdown pass to Bill Bryant to lead the Longhorns to the upset victory. Lackey then tacked on the game-winning extra point and added a clinching interception at his own 28-yard line that sealed the triumph. Texas had completed only eight passes in its previous three games, but beat that total between Vince Matthews and Bryant in this single game.

Oct. 11, 2003: No. 1 Oklahoma 65, No. 11 Texas 13 -- The Sooners' victory wasn't a surprise but the margin of victory was. Jason White rifled four touchdown passes and passed for 290 yards to help the Sooners cruise to the largest victory margin in the history of the series. The Sooners tormented Texas quarterbacks Vince Young and Chance Mock during a run of six-straight turnovers midway through that blew the game open. Mark Clayton grabbed eight passes for 190 yards and a touchdown and Renaldo Works rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns to pace Oklahoma's offensive burst.

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