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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4. November 11, 2000 - Torrance Marshall's pick 6

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The Sooners' were down but not out. The vibe was bad at Kyle Field. All of a sudden #10 changed things like he always did. Torrance Marshall's interception return for a touchdown against Texas A&M was a pivotal moment in Oklahoma football history. Marshall intercepted a pass from Aggies quarterback Mark Farris and returned it 41 yards for a touchdown.

This play not only showcased Marshall's defensive prowess and awareness but also swung momentum firmly in Oklahoma's favor. His interception return symbolized Oklahoma's defensive dominance throughout the season and solidified Marshall's legacy as a key playmaker in a memorable championship campaign.