No. 22/22 Soccer bested by Oklahoma, 53-45, in 4OT – College of Texas Athletics

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No. 22/22 Football bested by Oklahoma, 53-45, in 4OT - University of Texas Athletics


Defensive Line vs. Oklahoma (Oct. 10, 2020)





45




Texas
UT

2-2 , 1-2


53






Oklahoma
OU

2-2 , 1-2































Rating By Quarters
Group
1st

2nd

third

4th

OT

OT

OT

OT
F

UT
Texas
0 17 0 14 7 7 0 0 45

OU
Oklahoma
10 7 14 0 7 7 0 8 53


Recreation Recap: Soccer | 10.10.2020




The Longhorns dropped their second-straight recreation, falling to the Sooners within the AT&T Crimson River Showdown.


DALLAS – The No. 22/22 Texas Soccer group was bested by RV/RV Oklahoma, 53-45, in 4 overtimes on the AT&T Crimson River Showdown on Saturday. It’s the second-straight loss for the Longhorns, who fall to 2-2 (1-2 Huge 12) for the season.

KEY MOMENTS

• Oklahoma opened up a 10-0 lead after the Longhorns fumbled the ball away and went three-and-out on their opening two drives.

• The Texas protection compelled a turnover on three-straight drives (INT, Fumble, Fumble), resulting in 10 Longhorn factors and a tie ballgame.

• Oklahoma blocked a UT punt after the Longhorns took over following their second fumble restoration, resulting in the Sooners taking a 17-10 benefit within the second quarter.

• Texas responded by driving 75 yards in eight performs to knot the sport at 17-17. Senior QB Sam Ehlinger offered the game-tying rating within the second quarter, scoring his second dashing landing of the day.

• Ehlinger’s two dashing touchdowns within the first half introduced his whole to twenty-eight for his profession, 10 of which have come towards Oklahoma. His 10 dashing touchdowns vs. Oklahoma are essentially the most by any participant in class historical past, and his 28 whole dashing touchdowns are the second-most by a quarterback on Texas document.

• Each groups had an opportunity to take the lead heading into halftime, however have been compelled to punt the ball away, leaving the sport sq., 17-17, after half-hour.

• Oklahoma scored on its opening drive of the second half to take a 24-17 lead lower than 5 minutes into the second half.

• The Sooners prolonged their result in 14 factors following a 17-play, 87-yard drive that took 8:07 off the clock.

• With simply over 5 minutes remaining within the recreation and the Longhorns driving, Ehlinger’s longball, meant for sophomore WR Joshua Moore within the endzone, was intercepted.

• Ehlinger related with Moore on Texas’ subsequent offensive drive, reducing the deficit to seven factors with 3:28 remaining.

• The Longhorns accomplished a 14-point rally, as Ehlinger discovered RB Keaontay Ingram on a two-yard landing move to tie the sport at 31-31 and power time beyond regulation.

• Ehlinger discovered the endzone on the bottom for the third time on a three-yard rating throughout Texas’ opening possession of time beyond regulation, giving the Longhorns their first lead of the day, 38-31.

• The Longhorns compelled a fourth-down from the 1-yard line within the second time beyond regulation interval, however Sooner QB Spencer Rattler scored on a sneak play from below middle to offer OU the lead as soon as once more.

• Ehlinger darted into the endzone from 25 yards out, surpassing 100 yards for the day on the bottom, to tie the sport and ship it to a 3rd time beyond regulation interval.

• Each groups missed subject targets within the third time beyond regulation. It’s the first time on UT document that the Longhorns performed previous double time beyond regulation.

• Ehlinger’s move to the endzone was intercepted after Oklahoma scored and transformed a two-point strive within the fourth time beyond regulation interval, ending the sport.

UP NEXT

The Longhorns head into their second bye week of the season, and are scheduled to return to motion at house vs. Baylor on Saturday, Oct. 24.



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