Found October 08, 2012 on Blatant Homerism:
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It's that time. As the Oklahoma Sooners embark on their 107th edition of the Red River Shootout, one player has a chance to make history. Meanwhile, the Sooners hope that history can be repeated at the Cotton Bowl Saturday. With a win Saturday, Landry Jones will break Steve Davis’ record as the all-time winningest quarterback in OU history with 33 wins. Jones also has a chance to do what only two other Sooner starting quarterbacks have done—beat Texas three straight times in a complete game. He guided OU to a 28-20 victory in 2010 and a 55-17 win last year. The other two quarterbacks to accomplish such a feat were Jimmy Harris from 1954-56 and Davis from 1973-75. Jamelle Holieway started against the Longhorns from 1986 to 1988, but was injured in the first quarter of the ’88 contest and left the game not to return that day. Heck, only one Texas player is in the exclusive club of winning four straight in the series. Peter Gardere beat t...
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