An unproven defense? No problem. A whole new plethora of opponents? No problem. The thought that Texas could finish better than them? No problem. Your Heisman Trophy Quarterback going down with a severe injury that could sideline him for up to a month?
In the closing seconds of the first half, Bradford got dropped...and never got back up. After his departure, the high octane offense of the Oklahoma Sooners soon departed as well.
And BYU wasted no time in pouncing on a wounded animal.
Thanks to Max Hall's 329 yards and two touchdowns, not to mention a late pass interference call in the fourth quarter, the Cougars shocked the world, as well as Dallas, by defeating the National Runner-Up 14-13.
Mountain West improved its "Big Game" Record to 2-0, over the past few months with Utah getting a victory over Alabama, and now, BYU shocking Oklahoma.
With these losses, the game and their quarterback, Oklahoma is left with more questions than answers heading into a pair of cakewalks against Idaho State and Tulsa...but then again, as BYU and Utah have proven, anything is possible when the moment calls for it.