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Texas-OSU Post-Mortem: Defense/Special teams

BJ Foster (Will Gallagher/IT)
BJ Foster (Will Gallagher/IT)

Like Texas, Oklahoma State had seven possessions in the first half of play. Unlike Texas, they maximized nearly all of them. They had an opponent specific game plan to execute and that they did. Mercilessly. They scored four touchdowns, hit a field goal, missed another field goal and punted only once. They gained at least 53 yards on six of their first 7 possessions. By halftime, they’d run 55 plays and gained 383 yards from scrimmage.

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