DALLAS (AP) — Quinn Ewers threw for 289 yards and four touchdowns in his return to the Texas lineup and the Longhorns beat Oklahoma 49-0.
It was the most lopsided loss ever for the 3-3 Sooners, who have their first three-game losing streak since 1998.
Longhorns led by Bijan Robinson
Bijan Robinson ran for 130 yards and two touchdowns for the 4-2 Longhorns.
Evers was back back after missing three games with a collarbone injury. The Sooners had only 39 yards passing and 195 overall without starting quarterback Dillon Gabriel, who warmed up but didn’t play a week after a concussion against TCU.