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This is a sight the Sooners hope they won't see again this year.
Last Meeting: L 36-20 (2013)
Yes, the Longhorns are welcoming in a new head coach. Yes, the team has some major holes on both the offensive and defensive lines. And yes, David Ash is still Texas’ quarterback.
Yet we all remember what happened in Dallas last year, and that Longhorns squad was arguably worse then than they are now.
In a rivalry as heated as this one, records go out the window. These two squads are usually always evenly matched when they step onto the field.
If the Sooners want to avoid the same result as a year ago, it’ll be vital for the team to get after Ash early. After missing nearly all of 2013 due to the aftereffects of a concussion, the senior will lack the starting experience Texas would prefer.
That said, don’t expect Oklahoma to let up with revenge on its mind.
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