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In one sense, Texas took Oklahoma pretty seriously in this contest. They didn’t really run the base offense that had vaulted them up to a no. 4 ranking in the SP+ offensive ratings and had them looking like the best offense the 40 Acres had seen since 2008 or earlier. Instead, they tried to pick at the obvious Oklahoma weaknesses from unexpected looks and didn’t seem to have much confidence in some of the sets that had served them so well in previous weeks.
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