Getting Defensive: Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners Leaning On Stout D

Posted by Dino on September-23-2009 Add Comments

Last season, the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners boasted two of the most explosive offenses in the nation.

The Longhorns averaged 42 points and 475 yards of offense a game led by their Heisman-hopeful quarterback Colt McCoy.  McCoy completed an NCAA record 77% of his passes, sparking Texas' impressive run to the BCS.

The Sooners were incredible in their own right, scoring 51 points a game and racking up 547 yards a game behind the arm of Heisman winner Sam Bradford.  The Sooners scored at least 60 points in the final five games of the regular season, making them the highest scoring offense in NCAA history.

The preseason magazines said Texas and Oklahoma would meet, and possibly ...

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