(by Ben Dackiw) That was a fun one. After so much talk of how the Sooners were on “upset alert” heading into their week three matchup against Nebraska, Oklahoma crushed their rivals 49-14. Just about everyone wearing a white jersey looked great on Saturday, and after a quick...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Bob Przybylo) LINCOLN, Neb. -- A lot of buts came to mind when describing Oklahoma’s rushing attack during the first two weeks of the season. It was OK, but it wasn’t consistent. Good enough for the first two opponents, but not good enough for the rest of the way...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Riley Gates) Gus Johnson exited the Nebraska-Oklahoma game's FOX broadcast at halftime, Joel Klatt announced early in the third quarter. Brady Quinn -- already on site at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska, for the network's Big Noon Kickoff pregame show -- replaced Johnson...read more from the OUInsider
(by Jack Shields) Coming into Saturday, my primary concern was that the Nebraska Cornhuskers would be would be juiced to the point giving OU a major score pr even an upset. Losing Scott Frost and promoting the popular Mickey Joseph to interim status might have been just the...read more from the Crimson and Cream Machine
(by John E. Hoover) LINCOLN, NE -- Brent Venables and Ted Roof asked Jaren Kanak to go out and play some football on Saturday. Boy, did he. In Oklahoma’s first road game -- a 49-14 victory over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium -- Kanak, a true freshman, got his first extensive action...read more from AllSooners
(by Bob Przybylo) LINCOLN, Neb. -- All the elements were in play for something incredibly wacky to happen as Oklahoma made its first trip to Nebraska since 2009 with the rivalry being renewed. First road game of the season. First road game for head coach Brent Venables...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Ben Dackiw) The No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners left very little to chance in a massive 49-14 win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. In the 88th meeting between the stories rivals, the Crimson and Cream emerged victorious. Things looked a little hairy for OU after an early punt and...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Chip Rouse) Oklahoma football got off to another slow start in its first road test of the season against longtime former conference rival Nebraska, but it was just the calm before the storm as far as the Cornhuskers were concerned. The Sooners were held to 12 yards in five plays...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Timothy Bailey) Oklahoma football went on the road for the first time this year, all the way to Lincoln, Nebraska, to take on their rivals, the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Huskers have been going through considerable turmoil and even fired their head coach Scott Frost after a loss to...read more from Stormin' in Norman
LINCOLN, Neb. -- In a rivalry renewed, No. 6 Oklahoma scored 49 straight points to beat Nebraska 49-14 at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb., on Saturday. Oklahoma's (3-0) 35-point win over the Huskers marked the sixth-largest margin of victory in an OU win in the series' 88 games...read more from SoonerSports.com