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FINAL: No. 14 Texas Longhorns fall to No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners 39-27 in Big 12 Championship

In what seemed to be another Red River Shootout to the end, the Oklahoma Sooners took over in the fourth quarter and got their revenge on the October loss at the Cotton Bowl to the Texas Longhorns. The teams entered the fourth quarter tied 27-27, but the Sooners scored 12 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, including a crucial safety and late touchdown drive to seal the game with just over two minutes remaining.

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With the win, Oklahoma has won both Big 12 Championships since the conference title game was reintroduced in 2017.

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4TH QUARTER

***OKLAHOMA LEADS 39-27***

OKLAHOMA (OWN 6)

The Sooners kneeled the rest of the way and won the Big 12 Championship, 39-27.

TEXAS (OWN 20)

Humphrey took back the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, but it was wiped by a penalty. What a back breaker. Wow. Ehlinger completed a 28-yard crossing route to Duvernay. Ehlinger completed a nine-yard out route to Humphrey to the Oklahoma 43-yard line. Ehlinger took a quarterback power for two yards. Ehlinger hit Jerrod Heard over the middle for 22 yards. Ehlinger looked for Johnson in the end zone and it fell incomplete. Ehlinger's pass for Humphrey was tipped and intercepted at the six-yard line. Oklahoma will kneel out the game from here.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 35)

Sermon started the drive with a nine-yard run. Sermon picked up the first down with a two-yard carry. Sermon took his third straight rush for three yards to midfield. Murray connected with Lee Morris for 18 yards to the Texas 32-yard line. Sermon ran for no gain and Murray picked up one yard on second down. On third and nine, Murray connected with Morris for 13 yards and a first down. Brooks carried the ball up the middle for four yards. Sermon took a handoff to th right and was stopped after a three yard gain. Texas used its first timeout of the half with 2:04 remaining in the game and Oklahoma is faced with a third and 10 on Texas' 13-yard line. On third and 10, Murray found Calcaterra in the back of the end zone for a touchdown. Oklahoma leads 39-27.

TEXAS (OWN 8)

Ingram carried the ball up the middle for a loss of one yard. On second down, Oklahoma brought a blitzer off the edge and sacked Ehlinger in the end zone for a safety. Oklahoma leads 32-27.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 20)

Murray threw a swing pass to Brooks and the play was stopped for no gain. Murray found Calcaterra on a 14-yard out route for a first down. Brooks took a zone read handoff up the middle for two yards. Murray found Lamb on an out route, and Lamb ran all the way down to the eight yard line, but was tackled hard from behind and fumbled the football. Texas recovered the fumble.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Ehlinger threw a pass out of bounds and incomplete after scrambling to his right. Ehlinger incompleted another pass, intended for Humphrey on an out route. On third and 10, Ehlinger floated a jump ball for Johnson and Oklahoma was called for pass interference. Ehlinger hit Johnson on an eight-yard stop route. Watson took a carry up the middle for four yards and a first down. Ehlinger looked Johnson's way on a deep pass, but it fell incomplete. Watson took a zone read handoff for a one-yard gain. On third and nine, Ehlinger's pass intended for Humphrey fell incomplete. Texas punted the ball to the Oklahoma five-yard line. Texas was called for kick catch interference and the ball was placed at the Oklahoma 20-yard line.

OKLAHOMA (CONT)

Murray looked for Meier on a wheel route, but overshot the pass. Murray completed a swing pass to Lamb for five yards. Oklahoma called its second timeout of the half with 14:11 remaining in the game. On third and five, Murray completed a crossing route to Charleston Rambo for a first down. Brooks took a handoff to the left side and was stopped for no gain. Murray pulled a zone read and ran up the middle for a gain of four yards to the Texas 14-yard line. On third and six, Murray's pass intended for Lamb on a slant was incomplete. Seibert's 31-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright and went through. Oklahoma regained the lead 30-27.

3RD QUARTER

***TIED 27-27***

OKLAHOMA (OWN 25)

Murray intended a pass for Brown on an out route which fell incomplete. Murray scrambled to his left for a gain of 15 yards. Brooks took a handoff up the middle for a gain of eight yards. A quick screen pass to Brown picked up three yards to midfield. Murray scrambled to his left again - this time for a gain of seven yards. Murray completed a bubble screen pass to Brown for a gain of 13 yards. That was the final play of the third quarter. Texas and Oklahoma entered the fourth quarter tied 27-27.

TEXAS (OWN 32)

Ehlinger threw an incomplete pass intended for Beck. Watson rushed up the middle for nine yards and Ehlinger picked up the first down with a 10 yard scramble. Watson picked up five yards to the Oklahoma 44-yard line. Watson fumbled the ball backwards and out of bounds. On third and seven, Ehlinger connected with Humphrey on an 18-yard out route for a first down. Ehlinger attempted to pass for Humphrey in the end zone, which was intercepted, but a pass interference penalty was called on the Sooners. Ehlinger hit Duvernay for a gain of 13 yards. Ingram picked up three yards to bring the Texas offense to the two-yard line. A false start backed up the Longhorns to the seven-yard line. Ehlinger ran the ball up the middle for one yard. Ehlinger ran a designed quarterback power up the middle for one yard to the five-yard line. On third and goal, Ehlinger connected with Humphrey for a five-yard touchdown pass. After Cameron Dicker's extra point was no good, Texas tied the game, 27-27.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 25)

Texas sacked Murray on the first play of this drive for a loss of two yards. Sermon was stopped for no gain on second down. Murray's pass deep down the left sideline for Lamb was well short and uncatchable. Oklahoma punted the ball to the Texas 32-yard line.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Ehlinger was sacked for a loss of seven yards. On the next play, Ehlinger completed a pass over the middle to Johnson for 25 yards to the Texas 43-yard line. Ingram picked up five yards on a carry up the middle to the 48-yard line. Ehlinger completed a swing pass to the left to Ingram for a gain of seven yards. Texas lost three yards after a screen pass to Humphrey. Ehlinger finished off the drive with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Johnson. Oklahoma still leads 27-21. The touchdown catch for Johnson broke the single-game receiving record in a Big 12 Championship game -- previously held by Oklahoma's Malcolm Kelly when he caught 142 yards in 2006.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 25)

Murray completed his first pass of the second half to Lamb for a gain of 15 yards. Sermon picked up two yards on first down and another three yards on second down. On third and five, Murray found Tease for 12 yards to the Texas 43-yard line. A pass interference penalty brought the Sooners offense to the 28-yard line. Sermon picked up eight yards to th Texas 20-yard line. Murray rushed for five more yards. Sermon finished the drive with back-to-back carries of nine and six yards. Sermon's touchdown gave Oklahoma a 27-14 lead.

HALFTIME: No. 14 Texas Longhorns trail No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners 20-14 in Big 12 Championship at halftime

2ND QUARTER

***OKLAHOMA LEADS 20-14***

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Watson carried the ball for four yards and this ended the first half. Oklahoma leads Texas 20-14 at halftime.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 20)

Murray connected on a 24-yard pass to Nick Basquine to the 44-yard line. Murray connected with Basquine again. Murray completed his third straight pass -- this time to Lamb for a gain of 17 yards to the Texas 19. A facemask penalty set the ball at the Texas six-yard line. Murray capped off the drive with a six-yard touchdown pass to Grant Calcaterra. Oklahoma leads 20-14.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Texas started the drive with a false start. Ehlinger scrambled up the middle for a gain of 10 yards. Watson gained three yards to bring the Texas offense to the 33-yard line. On third and short, Ehlinger picked up the first down on a run up the middle. Ehlinger found Andrew Beck on the left sideline for a gain of 20 yards. Watson rushed for no yards. Ehlinger took a depp shot to Johnson and the wide receiver was called for offensive pass interference. The penalty backed up the Longhorns to the 44-yard line. After an incompletion, Ehlinger completed a screen pass to Ingram, which gained 15 yards. Texas punted the ball into the back of the end zone. Oklahoma will start its next drive on their own 20-yard line.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 13)

Murray found Lamb along the right sideline for 46 yards to the Texas 41-yard line. Sermon carried the ball up the middle to the 36-yard line. Murray was sacked for a loss of three yards. On third and eight, Murray completed a pass to Carson Meier for seven yards. On fourth and one, Oklahoma converted the first down. Murray capped off the drive with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Lamb. Texas leads 14-13.

TEXAS (OWN 31)

Ehlinger passed to the right to Johnson for a gain of 10 yards. Keaontay Ingram rushed for no gain on first down. Ehlinger picked up two yards on a scramble to his right. On third and eight, Ehlinger was sacked for a loss of five yards. Texas punted the ball to the Oklahoma 25-yard line and Lamb returned the ball to the 43-yard line, but an offside penalty wiped the return and Texas would punt again. Texas punted the bal to the Oklahoma 13-yard line.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 25)

Sermon gained one yard on first down. Murray connected with Brown for 46 yards on a post route, but the play was reviewed by the referees. After review, the referees determined the ball hit the ground and the play was taken back. On third and nine, Murray connected with Brown for a gain of eight yards. Oklahoma punted the ball to the Texas 31-yard line.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Ehlinger completed his first pass of the second quarter to Johnson down the left sideline for 31 yards. Ehlinger scrambled up the middle for six more yards to the Oklahoma 38-yard line. Ehlinger tried to connect with Johnson along the left sideline again, but the pass fell incomplete. After an incomplete pass to Watson in the flat on third down, Texas went for it on fourth and four to go. Ehlinger hit Johnson on the left side for a gain of 23 yards to the Sooners 15-yard line. Ehlinger scrambled for eight yards to the seven-yard line. Watson picked up a first down to the Oklahoma four-yard line. On first and goal, Watson took a handoff up the middle for no gain. On the next play, Ehlinger ran a designed quarterback power up the middle for the Longhorns second touchdown of the game. Texas leads 14-6.

OKLAHOMA (CONT)

Murray tried a back shoulder fade to the right corner of the end zone and the pass was broken up by Boyd. Seibert hit his second field goal of the game and Texas still leads 7-6.

1ST QUARTER

***TEXAS LEADS 7-3***

OKLAHOMA (OWN 35)

Murray threw a quick screen pass to the left to Brown for a gain of six yards. Murray looked for Brown again on the next play deep over the top of the defense, but Brown dropped the pass. On third and four, Murray converted the first down to Myles Tease for nine yards. Murray connected with Tease again for another eight yards. Kennedy Brooks was stopped short of the first down on a carry up the middle. Brooks picked up the first down on the next play though. Murray took a deep shot down the right sideline, which fell incomplete, but Texas' Kris Boyd was called for pass interference. Brooks picked up three yards to the Texas 22-yard line on a carry up the middle. On third and seven, Murray picked up eight yards on a quarterback draw up the middle for a first down to the Texas 14-yard line. Brooks gained three yards to the Texas 11-yard line. Oklahoma used its final timeout of the first half to avoid getting a delay of game penalty. The timeout was taken with 18 seconds left in the first quarter. Brooks carried the ball up the middle for one yard. This play ended the first quarter. Texas leads 7-3.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

A false start backed up the Longhorns to the 20-yard line. A screen pass to the right to Humphrey gained six yards. Ehlinger connected with his first pass to Devin Duvernay on a crossing route over the middle for 15 yards. After a two incomplete passes, Ehlinger was sacked on third down and the Longhorns were forced to punt the ball away. Texas punted the ball to the Sooners' 35-yard line.

OKLAHOMA (OWN 25)

Trey Sermon opened the drive with a nine-yard carry. Kyler Murray kept a quarterback run for five yards. Murray connected with Marquise Brown on a play action pass for 24 yards. A facemask penalty tacked on an additional 15 yards to the end of the catch and run. Murray scrambled to his left and was taken down for a loss of one yard. Sermon gained four yards to bring up third down. On third and seven, Murray looked for CeeDee Lamb on a crossing route, but the pass was broken up. Another faskmask penalty gave the Sooners an automatic first down, however. Murray threw this first down pass incomplete. On second down, Sermon rushed the ball eight yards to the one-yard line. On third and one, the Longhorns defense stuffed a Sermon run up the middle. Austin Seibert hit a chip shot field goal to narrow Texas' lead to 7-3.

TEXAS (OWN 25)

Sam Ehlinger threw a swing pass to the right to Lil'Jordan Humphrey for no gain. Tre Watson gained two yards on second down. Ehlinger hit Collin Johnson on a 32 yards down the right sideline. On the next play, Ehlinger looked for Johnson again -- this time over the middle -- and the pass was incomplete. On second down, Ehlinger missed a wide open Humphrey down the middle seam, which surely would have been a touchdown. On third and 10 from the Oklahoma 41-yard line, Ehlinger converted the first down ith a 16-yard completion to Humphrey. Watson brought the Longhorn offense into the red zone with an eight-yard carry. On third and one from the Oklahoma 16-yard line, Ehlinger capped off the opening drive with a touchdown run up the middle. Texas leads 7-0.

PREGAME

It's gameday! Texas and Oklahoma will square off at 11 a.m. on KVUE for the Big 12 Championship.

If this game turns out to be anything like the first matchup, fans at AT&T Stadium are in for a real treat. In October, Texas defeated Oklahoma 48-45 in the final seconds due to a game-winning field goal by freshman kicker Cameron Dicker.

The Red River Rivalry loss was Oklahoma's sole blemish on the season. This matchup also marked the first time the two programs have met in a conference title game.

The KVUE team was up bright and early to bring you the latest from behind the scenes of the Big 12 Championship festivities.

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