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Oklahoma overcomes 21-point deficit to defeat Texas in the Red River Rivalry

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8:24 pm, October 9, 2021

Oklahoma edges out Texas, 55-48, in thriller to complete wild comeback

Oklahoma takes down Texas, 55-48, in the Red River Rivalry.

There was only one way for the wild 117th edition of the Red River Rivalry to end and, it was a last-second touchdown. 

With 10 seconds left and Oklahoma looking to improve its spot for a game-winning field goal attempt in the game’s final ticks, Sooners running back Kennedy Brooks took a direct snap, saw a hole and took it, bringing it 33 yards to the house and giving Oklahoma the 55-48 win in one of this year’s craziest and most exciting games. 

The Sooners played catch-up all afternoon. Their greatest deficit was 21 points at the end of the first quarter. But after replacing Spencer Rattler with backup freshman Caleb Williams to begin the third quarter, Oklahoma spent the back half of the game chipping away at the Texas lead. 

Williams finished the day 15-for-24 with 211 yards and two touchdowns. His top receiver was Marvin Mims who finished with 136 yards and a wild pair of touchdowns. Brooks put up impressive numbers rushing, running for 217 yards and two touchdowns. 

Texas put up a day to be proud of on offense, too. Quarterback Casey Thompson chucked the ball all over the field, going 20-for-34 with 388 yards and five touchdowns. Xavier Worthy put up a whopping 261 yards receiving with two touchdowns. Joshua Moore added two receiving touchdowns as well. On the rushing end of things, Bijan Robinson posted 137 yards and a touchdown. 

Oklahoma continues to slightly edge out teams and improves its win streak to 14 dating back to last year, while Thompson’s unbeaten streak as Texas' starting QB ends at three. 

Both teams leave the Cotton Bowl Saturday with big questions. For the Longhorns, it’s how far do they fall in the top 25? For the Sooners, the future of Spencer Rattler remains very much up in the air. 

8:02 pm, October 9, 2021

Kennedy Brooks rushes for 33-yard TD with 3 seconds left, Oklahoma leads 55-48 | 00:03 4Q

Kennedy Brooks came as close as one could to a walk off touchdown. 

With just 10 seconds left and Oklahoma looking for better field position for a last-second kick, Kennedy Brooks took a direct snap straight to the house to give the Sooners the lead and, eventually, the win. 

Two touchdowns for Brooks on the day. Hard to find a better time for one than this. 

7:55 pm, October 9, 2021

Xavier Worthy catches 31-yard TD, ties game 48-48 | 1:23 4Q

With under three minutes to play, Texas QB Casey Thompson led the Longhorns all the way down the field and capped it off with a 31-yard toss to Xavier Worthy for a touchdown. It was Worthy's second TD on the day. 

The game is tied, 48-48. 

7:37 pm, October 9, 2021

Kennedy Brooks rushes for 18-yard touchdown, 48-41 Oklahoma | 7:10 4Q

Oh. My. Goodness. 

After an incredible 52-yard touchdown by Marvin Mims, Oklahoma forced Xavier Worthy to fumble the ensuing kick off and recovered the ball at the Texas 18 yard line. 

All it took was one play and Kennedy Brooks took it into the end zone for the touchdown, putting Oklahoma in the lead for the first time all afternoon. 

Oklahoma leads, 48-41. 

7:29 pm, October 9, 2021

Marvin Mims catches 52-yard touchdown to tie the game, 41-41 | 7:25 4Q

Oklahoma did it. 

Down 18 heading into the second half, the comeback was completed when Caleb Williams reared back and tossed a 52-yard bomb to Marvin Mims who fell back into the end zone to make it 41-39. 

Then Spencer Rattler came back in for the two-point conversion and successfully completed it to make it 41-41. 

Buckle up for the rest of this fourth quarter. 

7:14 pm, October 9, 2021

Gabe Brkic kicks 26-yard field goal, Texas leads 41-33 | 11:44 4Q

Oklahoma gets the game to within a score on Gabe Brkic's 26-yard field goal. 

Texas leads, 41-33. 

6:57 pm, October 9, 2021

Marvin Mims catches 14-yard TD, Texas leads 41-30 | 1:02 3Q

After fumbling the snap, Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams stepped forward and fired a bullet to receiver Marvin Mims for a 14-yard touchdown, cutting the Texas lead to 41-30. 

It's a huge play for Williams who took over for Spencer Rattler to start the second half. 

6:51 pm, October 9, 2021

Cameron Dicker kicks 41-yard field goal, Texas leads 41-23 | 2:45 3Q

Texas kicker Cameron Dicker nailed a 41-yard field goal in the final minutes of the third quarter. 

The Longhorns lead, 41-23. 

6:35 pm, October 9, 2021

Gabe Brkic kicks 29-yard field goal, Texas leads 38-23 | 6:22 3Q

Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams got his squad all the way to the Texas 12 yard line, but couldn't get any further, forcing Gabe Brkic to come out and kick a 29-yard field goal. 

Texas leads, 38-23. 

6:03 pm, October 9, 2021

Halftime: Texas leads Oklahoma, 38-20

Texas leads, 38-20, after two quarters.

If you enjoy action-packed football, the first half of this year’s Red River Rivalry would be right in your wheelhouse. Especially if you’re a Longhorns fan. 

Texas leads 38-20 after the first two quarters. The Longhorns were powered by a very fast start, scoring a 75-yard touchdown on the first play of the game, blocking a punt a minute later and then Bijan Robinson running in a TD to make it 14-0 all within the first two minutes of the game. 

Longhorns QB Casey Thompson passed for four touchdowns and 244 yards in the first half. His top rusher was Robinson who sits at 102 yards and a touchdown so far on the day. Xavier Worthy has been the top receiver, catching three passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. Joshua Moore has two TDs. 

Oklahoma hasn’t been as effective. QB Spencer Rattler is 8-for-15 with 111 yards and an interception. Backup Caleb Williams came in for Rattler twice in the second quarter. Williams is 2-for-5 with 32 yards passing. His highlight came rushing for a 66-yard touchdown on a 4th and 1 in the second quarter. 

The story to watch in the second half will be if the Sooners decide to go with Williams over Rattler. If they do, then it’ll be whether or not Williams can overcome the 18-point deficit. 

5:46 pm, October 9, 2021

Gabe Brkic kicks 35-yard field goal, Texas leads 35-20 | 3:02 2Q

After not being able to convert on third down, Oklahoma elected to kick a field goal, which kicker Gabe Brkic drilled from 35 yards out. 

Spencer Rattler was replaced by Caleb Williams for the drive. 

Texas leads, 35-20. 

5:37 pm, October 9, 2021

Incredible Bijan Robinson run sets up Texas TD, Texas leads 35-17 | 6:41 2Q

Bijan Robinson is one of the best running backs in the nation. He put that on full display in an incredible 50-yard run Saturday afternoon. 

Robinson took it down to the Oklahoma 2 yard line, setting the stage for Casey Thompson's TD pass to Jared Wiley. 

Texas leads, 35-17. 

5:20 pm, October 9, 2021

Gabe Brkic nails field goal, Texas leads 28-17 | 12:00 2Q

After failing to convert on third down, Oklahoma elected to send out kicker Gabe Brkic for a 40-yard field goal, which he made. 

Texas still leads 28-17. 

5:12 pm, October 9, 2021

Caleb Williams comes in for Spencer Rattler, scores touchdown on first play, Texas leads 28-14 | 14:45 2Q

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley made the switch to begin the second quarter, inserting backup quarterback Caleb Williams in for Spencer Rattler on a 4th and 1. 

On Williams's first play under center, he rushed it 66 yards to the end zone to cut the Texas lead to 28-14. 

5:11 pm, October 9, 2021

Texas leads 28-7 after first quarter

Texas couldn’t have drawn up a better start if it tried. 

First play of the game: a 75-yard touchdown from Casey Thompson to Xavier Worthy to make it 7-0 Longhorns. 

Next: an Oklahoma three-and-out. 

Then: Texas blocked the ensuing punt, starting its drive from the 2 yard line. Bijan Robinson finished it off by rushing in a touchdown. 14-0 Texas. 

Oklahoma responded with a successful drive of its own, ending with Spencer Rattler rushing for a score to cut the Texas lead to 14-7. But then just a couple of minutes later, B.J. Foster intercepted Rattler and the Longhorns scored on the next drive when Thompson connected with Joshua Moore for a 10-yard score. 

That wouldn’t be the last time Thompson found Moore for a touchdown in the first quarter. 

With 1:02 left in the quarter, Moore broke past the Oklahoma secondary and Thompson let a pass fly for a 48-yard touchdown. 

Texas ended the first quarter up 28-7. 

4:57 pm, October 9, 2021

Casey Thompson connects with Joshua Moore for a 48-yard TD, Texas leads 28-7 | 1:02 1Q

Yes, it's still the first quarter. And yes, Texas is still pouring it on. 

This time it's Casey Thompson tossing up a bomb to Joshua Moore who broke away from the Oklahoma secondary for a 48-yard touchdown. 

The Longhorns lead, 28-7. 

4:45 pm, October 9, 2021

Joshua Moore catches 10-yard TD after Texas interception, Texas leads 21-7 |4:39 1Q

Oklahoma looked ready to tie the game, but QB Spencer Rattler was intercepted by B.J. Foster at the Texas 49-yard line. 

The Longhorns responded by successfully driving down the field and capping it off with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Casey Thompson to Joshua Moore to make it 21-7 Texas. 

4:35 pm, October 9, 2021

Spencer Rattler rushes for a TD, Texas leads 14-7 | 9:14 1Q

Sooners quarterback Spencer Rattler responded to Texas' hot start by leading a drive of his own, bringing Oklahoma all the way down the field. 

The drive ended with Rattler rushing one in from two yards out. 

Texas leads, 14-7. 

4:21 pm, October 9, 2021

Bijan Robinson rushes for TD after Texas blocked punt | 13:07 1Q

Shortly after scoring a TD on its first play of the game and right after forcing Oklahoma to a three-and-out, Texas blocked the ensuing punt when DeMarvion Overshown got his hands on the kick. The ball was recovered at the Oklahoma 2 yard line. 

Longhorns running back Bijan Robinson ran it into the end zone just two plays later. 

Texas leads 14-0. 

4:13 pm, October 9, 2021

Xavier Worthy scores 75-yard TD on first play of game, Texas leads 7-0 | 14:46 1Q

What. A. Start. 

On the first play of the game, Texas QB tossed a pass to Xavier Worthy that the receiver took 75 yards to the house to give the Longhorns the early 7-0 lead. 

2:22 pm, October 9, 2021

Pregame: Oklahoma vs. Texas

It’s almost time for kick off between No. 6 Oklahoma and No. 21 Texas. It’s the 117th edition of the Red River Rivalry and with both squads in the top 25, it’s sure to be a good one. 

Even though they’re undefeated, the Sooners enter Saturday’s matchup having underachieved thus far. Their only win by more than one score this season came back on Sept. 11 against Western Carolina. Most recently, the Sooners edged out Kansas State 37-31 and West Virginia 16-13. Quarterback Spencer Rattler also hasn’t met expectations this year, throwing for 1,260 yards, 10 touchdowns and four interceptions through five games. 

Saturday would be a great opportunity for the Sooners to further validate their spot in the top 10. 

Texas enters Saturday much differently, having won its last three games, two of which came handily — a 58-0 win over Rice and a 70-35 triumph over Texas Tech. Last Saturday, the Longhorns edged TCU, 32-27. Since taking over as the starting QB in Week 3, Casey Thompson has been rolling, throwing for 707 yards, nine touchdowns and three interceptions. 

Another reason for the Longhorns’ success: Bijan Robinson. He’s one of the top backs in the nation with 663 yards and seven touchdowns under his belt so far. 

Saturday at the Cotton Bowl could very well be a defining moment for both teams this season.

9:22 pm, October 6, 2021

How to watch Oklahoma vs. Texas

Marvin Mims is Oklahoma's leading receiver.

Here's everything you need to know for Saturday's Red River Showdown between No. 6 Oklahoma and No. 21 Texas. 

  • Time: 12 p.m. ET 
  • Date: Saturday, Oct. 9
  • TV channel: ABC
  • Streaming: WatchESPN
  • Location: Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas

Click or tap here for a complete list of Week 6 TV info

8:25 pm, October 6, 2021

Previewing Oklahoma vs. Texas

Texas is unbeaten in its last three games.

When Oklahoma faces Texas in the Red River Rivalry, it's always a must-watch. 

That trend continues this Saturday at the Cotton Bowl when both teams square off in a top 25 matchup, with Oklahoma at No. 6 and Texas at No. 21. Oklahoma opened the year at No. 2, while Texas opened at No. 21 before dropping out of the top 25 following a loss to Arkansas. 

The Sooners enter the game undefeated, but have only beat a team by more than a single score once. The one time was a 76-0 win over FCS Western Carolina on Sept. 11. Quarterback Spencer Rattler entered the season as a Heisman favorite, but hasn't quite lived up to the expectations with 1,260 yards passing, 10 touchdowns and four interceptions in five games. His completion percentage of 76.3, however, ranks second in the nation. 

Oklahoma's defense enters Saturday afternoon having allowed an average of 325 yards per game. Most of those yards have come through the air, so the Sooners will look to tighten up their passing defense heading into Texas. 

On the other sideline, Texas enters this showdown with Oklahoma red hot, going unbeaten with Casey Thompson under center in its last three games. His rating of 180.4 ranks him seventh in the nation. He's passed for 707 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions. 

The Longhorns's top offensive force is running back Bijan Robinson, who goes into Saturday ranked second in the nation for rushing yards with 652. He's averaged 6.2 yards per carry this season with seven touchdowns and has been the straw that stirs the drink in the Texas offense. 

Defensively, Texas allows an average of 396.8 yards per game. 

8:18 pm, October 6, 2021

AP poll update

Oklahoma is ahead of Texas in both the AP Poll and the Coaches Poll after Week 5. 

Here's how the rankings match up: 

AP Poll Ranking Coaches Poll
Alabama 1 Alabama
Georgia 2 Georgia
Iowa 3 Iowa
Penn State 4 Penn State
Cincinnati 5 Oklahoma
Oklahoma 6 Cincinnati
Ohio State 7 Ohio State
Oregon 8 Michigan
Michigan 9 Oregon
Michigan State 11 Michigan State
Oklahoma State 12 Oklahoma State
Arkansas 13 Notre Dame
Notre Dame 14 Kentucky
Coastal Carolina 15 Coastal Carolina
Kentucky 16 Arkansas
Ole Miss 17 Ole Miss
Auburn 18 Florida
Wake Forest 19 Auburn
Florida 20 Wake Forest
Texas 21 Clemson
Arizona State 22 NC State
NC State 23 Texas
San Diego State 25 Arizona State

Oklahoma and Texas play at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, October 9. Here's the rest of the top 25 schedule. 

Thursday, Oct. 7

Friday, Oct. 8

Saturday, Oct. 9


8:04 pm, October 6, 2021

Oklahoma vs. Texas: Series history

Oklahoma and Texas have been playing against each other for quite awhile, going all the way back to 1900. It's the Red River Rivalry after all — one of college football's best. 

Texas leads the series 62-49-5 all-time. However, the Sooners are 15-7 against the Longhorns since 2000. 

Here's every matchup since 1900: 

Oklahoma vs. Texas: Score, all-time games

Year Winner Score Loser Location
1900 Texas 28-2 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1901 Texas 12-6 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1901 Texas 11-0 Oklahoma Norman, OK
1902 Texas 22-6 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1903 Tie 6-6 Tie Austin, TX
1903 Texas 11-5 Oklahoma Norman, OK
1904 Texas 40-10 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1905 Oklahoma 2-0 Texas Oklahoma City, OK
1906 Texas 10-9 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK
1907 Texas 29-10 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1908 Oklahoma 50-0 Texas Norman, OK
1909 Texas 30-0 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1910 Oklahoma 3-0 Texas Austin, TX
1911 Oklahoma 6-3 Texas Austin, TX
1912 Oklahoma 21-6 Texas Dallas, TX
1913 Texas 14-6 Oklahoma Houston, TX
1914 Texas 32-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1915 Oklahoma 14-13 Texas Dallas, TX
1916 Texas 21-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1917 Oklahoma 14-0 Texas Dallas, TX
1919 Oklahoma 12-7 Texas Dallas, TX
1922 Texas 32-7 Oklahoma Norman, OK
1923 Texas 26-14 Oklahoma Austin, TX
1929 Texas 21-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1930 Texas 17-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1931 Texas 3-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1932 Texas 17-10 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1933 Oklahoma 9-0 Texas Dallas, TX
1934 Texas 19-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1935 Texas 12-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1936 Texas 6-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1937 Tie 7-7 Tie Dallas, TX
1938 No. 14 Oklahoma 13-0 Texas Dallas, TX
1939 No. 3 Oklahoma 24-12 Texas Dallas, TX
1940 Texas 19-16 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1941 Texas 40-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1942 Texas 7-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1943 Texas 13-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1944 Texas 20-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1945 No. 10 Texas 12-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1946 No. 1 Texas 20-13 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1947 No. 3 Texas 34-14 No. 15 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1948 No. 16 Oklahoma 20-14 Texas Dallas, TX
1949 No. 3 Oklahoma 20-14 No. 12 Texas Dallas, TX
1950 No. 3 Oklahoma 14-13 No. 4 Texas Dallas, TX
1951 No. 6 Texas 9-7 No. 11 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1952 No. 12 Oklahoma 49-20 Texas Dallas, TX
1953 No. 16 Oklahoma 19-14 No. 15 Texas Dallas, TX
1954 No. 1 Oklahoma 14-7 No. 15 Texas Dallas, TX
1955 No. 3 Oklahoma 20-0 Texas Dallas, TX
1956 No. 1 Oklahoma 45-0 Texas Dallas, TX
1957 No. 1 Oklahoma 21-7 Texas Dallas, TX
1958 No. 16 Texas 15-14 No. 2 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1959 No. 4 Texas 19-12 No. 13 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1960 No. 15 Texas 24-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1961 No. 4 Texas 28-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1962 No. 2 Texas 9-6 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1963 No. 2 Texas 28-7 No. 1 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1964 No. 1 Texas 28-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1965 No. 1 Texas 19-0 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1966 Oklahoma 18-9 Texas Dallas, TX
1967 Texas 9-7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1968 Texas 26-20 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1969 No. 2 Texas 27-17 No. 8 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1970 No. 2 Texas 41-9 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1971 No. 4 Oklahoma 48-27 No. 3 Texas Dallas, TX
1972 No. 2 Oklahoma 27-0 No. 10 Texas Dallas, TX
1973 No. 6 Oklahoma 52-13 No. 13 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1974 No. 2 Oklahoma 16-13 No. 17 Texas Dallas, TX
1975 No. 2 Oklahoma 24-17 No. 5 Texas Dallas, TX
1976 Tie 6-6 Tie Dallas, TX
1977 No. 5 Texas 13-6 No. 2 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1978 No. 1 Oklahoma 31-10 No. 6 Texas Dallas, TX
1979 No. 4 Texas 16-7 No. 3 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1980 No. 3 Texas 20-13 No. 12 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1981 No. 3 Texas 34-14 No. 10 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1982 Oklahoma 28-22 No. 13 Texas Dallas, TX
1983 No. 2 Texas 28-16 No. 8 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1984 Tie 15-15 Tie Dallas, TX
1985 No. 2 Oklahoma 14-7 No. 7 Texas Dallas, TX
1986 No. 6 Texas 47-12 Texas Dallas, TX
1987 No. 1 Oklahoma 44-9 Texas Dallas, TX
1988 No. 10 Oklahoma 28-13 Texas Dallas, TX
1989 Texas 28-14 No. 15 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1990 Texas 14-13 No. 4 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1991 Texas 10-7 No. 6 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1992 Texas 34-24 No. 16 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1993 No. 10 Oklahoma 38-17 Texas Dallas, TX
1994 No. 15 Texas 17-10 No. 16 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1995 Tie 24-24 Tie Dallas, TX
1996 Oklahoma 30-27 (OT) No. 25 Texas Dallas, TX
1997 Texas 27-24 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1998 Texas 34-3 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
1999 No. 23 Texas 38-28 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2000 No. 10 Oklahoma 63-14 No. 11 Texas Dallas, TX
2001 No. 3 Oklahoma 14-3 No. 5 Texas Dallas, TX
2002 No. 2 Oklahoma 35-24 No. 3 Texas Dallas, TX
2003 No. 1 Oklahoma 65-13 No. 11 Texas Dallas, TX
2004 No. 2 Oklahoma 12-0 No. 5 Texas Dallas, TX
2005 No. 2 Texas 45-12 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2006 No. 7 Texas 28-10 No. 14 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2007 No. 10 Oklahoma 28-21 No. 19 Texas Dallas, TX
2008 No. 5 Texas 45-35 No. 1 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2009 No. 3 Texas 16-13 No. 20 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2010 No. 8 Oklahoma 28-20 No. 21 Texas Dallas, TX
2011 No. 3 Oklahoma 55-17 No. 11 Texas Dallas, TX
2012 No. 13 Oklahoma 63-21 No. 15 Texas Dallas, TX
2013 Texas 36-20 No. 12 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2014 No. 11 Oklahoma 31-26 Texas Dallas, TX
2015 Texas 24-17 No. 10 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2016 No. 20 Oklahoma 45-40 Texas Dallas, TX
2017 No. 12 Oklahoma 29-24 Texas Dallas, TX
2018 No. 19 Texas 48-45 No. 7 Oklahoma Dallas, TX
2018* No. 5 Oklahoma 39-27 No. 14 Texas Arlington, TX
2019 No. 6 Oklahoma 34-27 No. 11 Texas Dallas, TX
2020 Oklahoma 53-45 (4OT) No. 22 Texas Dallas, TX


7:41 pm, October 6, 2021

Oklahoma vs. Texas: How they stack up

In the latest AP poll, Oklahoma ranked No. 6, while Texas moved into the top 25, jumping into the No. 21 spot. Here's how the two programs stack up statistically: 

Oklahoma vs. Texas
Oklahoma 2021 STATs Texas
5-0 Record 4-1
No. 6 AP rank No. 21
38.4 Points per game 43.8
19.0 Points allowed 24.0
433.4 Yards per game 472.8
278.4 Pass yards per game 204.2
155.0 Rush yards per game 268.6
325.0 Yards allowed per game 396.8
241.4 Pass yards allowed per game 224.4
83.6 Rush yards allowed per game 172.4
Spencer Rattler
1,260 yards (10 TD, 4 INT)
Passing leader Casey Thompson
707 yards (9 TD, 3 INT)
Kennedy Brooks
334 yards (4 TD)
Rushing leader Bijan Robinson
663 yards (7 TD)
Marvin Mims
264 yards (0 TD)
Receiving leader Jordan Whittington
324 yards (3 TD)
Isaiah Thomas
13 total tackles (4.5 TFL, 3.5 SK)
Defense Ovie Oghoufo
16 tackles (3.0 TFL, 2 Sk)