Relive OU’s 35-23 victory in stunning stills


It was the worst time ever, and it was pretty good.

Is that how the saying goes? Well, that’s how much of that game against the Kansas Jayhawks felt. The Oklahoma Sooners were shut out in the first half for the first time since the 2014 Russell Atheltic Bowl, when the Clemson Tigers held them scoreless for the first thirty minutes.

The Sooners had just three possessions in the first half. They kicked, Caleb Williams threw an interception and Eric Gray slid the ball through his arms on a fourth lift (with a prayer) from Caleb Williams. While they did secure the win, that’s about the only good thing that can be said about the Sooners’ 35-23 win over the Kansas Jayhawks, a team they were preferred to beat by. more than 38 points.

Kansas has shown signs of progress this year, but in games against Iowa State and Texas Tech in recent weeks, it looked like the same old Kansas.

An entirely different team from the Jayhawks took advantage of the lifeless Sooners in the first half, taking that 10-0 lead at halftime. Oklahoma rebounded from a sloppy football half to beat the Jayhawks 35-13 in the second half of the game for the win.

Even though it was a two-point win, it was a much closer game than the score could indicate. Oklahoma have been challenged this year and they will be challenged throughout the 2021 season, but no one expected the Jayhawks led by Jason Bean to pose a serious threat. But they came out to play on Saturday and gave the Oklahoma Sooners everything they could take.

As we do every week after a win, let’s take a look back at the win through these great stills.


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