DALLAS -- This is what happens when you turn the ball over and can't run the ball or stop the run.
You lose, and it's not close.
This is what you expect when you give up big plays on special teams and stop making the simple plays that became so common-place the first five games of the season as Oklahoma won at Notre Dame and snuck up close to the top 10 in the national rankings.
You get beat, even when going into the game you shouldn't have. Everyone gets that, and while what happened Saturday is no mystery, what happens next sure is.
Instead of 6-0 and thinking Big 12 championship, OU got ambushed by Texas 36-20.
Bring on the questions because know one knows what's next.
Five games and five wins, OU valued the football, holding onto it like a bad grudge. Saturday against Texas in the Cotton Bowl, quarterback Blake Bell gave it up twice.
In five games and in five wins, OU ran the ball (246 yards per game) and stopped the run (113 yards per game). They did neither against Texa...