DALLAS (AP) — Spencer Rattler threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Drake Stoops in the fourth overtime, and Oklahoma survived a late rally from No. 22 Texas in regulation for a 53-45 victory as a most unusual version of the Red River rivalry ended with familiar dose of drama. Rattler’s successful completion on the required 2-point conversion didn’t matter when Sam Ehlinger’s pass was intercepted in the end zone by Tre Brown to end just the second Big 12 game to go four OTs. Because of the pandemic, the crowd was limited to 24,000 in the 93,000-seat Cotton Bowl.
By Thomas D. Dick ROUND ROCK, Texas — A seven-run first inning propelled the Texas A&M Aggies past the Oklahoma Sooners, 8-1, Saturday evening on Dell Diamond. The Aggies’ offense picked up where it left off […]
By Kevin Rodriguez AUSTIN, Texas – Dawson Merryman pitched four hitless innings of relief to lead Texas Baseball to an 8-4 win over Cal State Fullerton, completing the sweep on Sunday at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. […]
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Lujuan Winningham caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Breylin Smith with 34 seconds left to lift Central Arkansas to a 24-17 victory over Austin Peay on Saturday night in college football’s […]