Oklahoma quarterback Blake Bell went from touchdowns to turnovers and sacks against Texas.
A year after getting four scores as the short-yardage master in a blowout win over the Longhorns, Bell threw two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, and had minus-27 yards rushing in No. 12 Oklahoma's 36-20 loss to Texas on Saturday.
''We didn't play well as an offense. It's as simple as that,'' said Bell, who was sacked four times in his first start against Texas. ''Obviously you can't turn the ball over in a rivalry game like this. That's big.''
So was this win for Mack Brown, who stood with his players in front of the Texas band cherishing a victory in the Red River Rivalry.
After the coach accepted the Golden Hat trophy that came with the win, Case McCoy and these Texas seniors especially enjoyed passing around the prize and taking turns putting it atop their heads.
''I didn't think I was very emotional at all. I thought I did a great, great job,'' Brown said. ''Bes...