Five of the Most Frightening Sooner Football Games Under Bob Stoops

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Sep 5, 2015; Norman, OK, USA; The Oklahoma Sooners take the field prior to action against the Akron Zips at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

November 8, 2003 – Oklahoma 77, Texas A&M 0

It’s not just frightening when you lose or find yourself on the brink thereof. It can also be a frightening experience when you are on the winning end of an extremely lopsided outcome. That is the predicament Oklahoma found itself in at home against hapless Texas A&M in November 2003. The Sooners had a modest 14-0 lead after the first quarter, but they exploded for 35 more, scoring on every possession in the second quarter to take a 49-0 lead at the half. Oklahoma produced four more touchdowns in the third quarter, making it 77-0 with a full quarter still remaining. Domination is not a strong enough word to describe how one-sided this game was. Oklahoma ran 40 more offensive plays than the Aggies (82 to 42), recorded 33 first downs compared with 3 by Texas A&M and outgained the visitors by almost 600 yards (639 to 54). About the only statistical advantage Texas A&M had in this game was in fumbles lost. The following year, in 2004, the game was played in College Station and the outcome was much closer. In fact, Texas A&M led for most of the opening half but ended up losing to quarterback Jason White and the Sooners, 42-35.

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