DALLAS (AP) -- The wide grins came naturally for Oklahoma's players as they passed around the Golden Hat trophy, celebrating a third straight victory over rival Texas.
Their heads filled with fresh memories of a dominating 63-21 victory against a Longhorns team thought to be better than the mediocre squads of the past two seasons, the Sooners couldn't help but think the grandest thoughts for a season that hit a bump three weeks ago with a loss to Kansas State.
"If we can just harness this game and build on this momentum, take it into practice and realize what we're capable of," quarterback Landry Jones said, "we can go however far we want to go."
Indeed, the Sooners (4-1, 2-1 Big 12) were at their very best on Saturday at the Cotton Bowl. The defense forced three-and-out after three-and-out as the Texas offense went nowhere for the better part of the day. Jones and the offense clicked, too, unleashing Damien Williams and a potent running game that was all but forgotten in the loss t...