Quite possibly Richardson’s best all-around performance of the season also included a highlight-reel-worthy run that might be the running back’s first true “Heisman moment” of the season.
A little shoulder fake and a stop on a dime turned a crowd of Ole Miss Rebels into jelly, as Richardson finished off a great run with the last of his four touchdowns on the day.
Richardson would sit the rest of the game out, after compiling 183 yards, the four scores and 30 more yards receiving. With the SEC schedule he’s facing, Richardson is certainly proving his Heisman worth these past few weeks, and making him a real threat for the trophy as we head past the midway point of October.
On a night where Jones wasn’t the one setting records or having “Heisman moments,” the Sooner quarterback certainly turned in a fine performance on the road against Kansas.
In a game that turned from a bubbling upset in the making to an absolute blowout in seemingly a blink of an eye,...