Longhorns Football, 122, died Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas following a long and difficult struggle with an Oklahoma offense coordinated by a man who graduated high school just last week.
Sooner fans: It wasn’t easy losing so consistently. We had to get truly creative to face you at 1-4. Opening with a quarterback who hails from a town less than 4 percent the size of our student body? Done. Shanking an extra point at home when our kicker can actually connect from 80 yards out? Nailed it. Fumbling a snap to give Oklahoma State a field goal in the final seconds? We did that, too.