Photo Gallery - Oklahoma
Ramonce Taylor hauls in a 15-yard scoring toss from Vince Young to open the scoring and give Texas the early lead.
Jamaal Charles takes the handoff from Vince Young and promptly goes 80 yards to push the score to 14-6.
Tim Crowder forces Rhett Bomar into an incompletion.
Billy Pittman celebrates along with a sea of Burnt Orange faithful as he goes in to make the score 24-6 at halftime.
Michael Griffin takes down Jejuan Rankins after a short gain. Griffin and Co. dominated, holding OU to only 94 yards passing on the day.
Vince Young takes off for some of his 45 yards rushing.
Billy Pittman catches his second TD pass of the game, giving Texas a 31-6 advantage.
Cedric Griffin and a host of Texas defenders drive OU's Jacob Gutierrez into the Cotton Bowl turf.
Jamaal Charles went down after twisting his ankle on this play and did not return to the game. X-rays were negative though, and Charles vowed to be ready to go next week against Colorado.
Frank Okam and Cedric Griffin sack Rhett Bomar in the second half.
Selvin Young started the game off with a fumble, but rebounded by scoring this touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
Vince Young kept his name at the top of the Heisman list by throwing for 241 yards and three scores against the Sooners.
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