The Oklahoma Football program's top-10 moments from their 28 years in the Big 12

Well, Big 12, it's been fun. As you know, Monday, July 1, marks the Oklahoma football program's and the rest of the University's first official day as a member of the Southeastern Conference. So today, instead of bickering or arguing why or why not the Sooners should leave, let's celebrate their Big 12 past by ranking the program's top-10 moments as a member of the Big 12.
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9. September 20, 2003 - "The day belonged to Antonio"

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On September 20, 2003, Antonio Perkins made history by returning three punts for touchdowns in Oklahoma's dominant 59-24 victory over UCLA. Perkins' remarkable performance included returns of 74, 84, and 65 yards, setting an NCAA single-game record for punt return touchdowns and tying the mark for most punt return yards in a game with 277. His electrifying play not only highlighted his exceptional speed and vision but also significantly contributed to the Sooners' commanding win. Perkins' record-setting day remains one of the most memorable special teams performances in college football history.

No way they'll kick to him again... Okay, now's there really NO WAY they'll kick it to him again!?... right?