The Red River Rivalry this end of the week includes a lot of convincing storylines: Texas surging after a twofold extra minutes win, Oklahoma baffled in the wake of being disturbed as a 30-point top choice, the first year recruit under focus at Texas in Sam Ehlinger, the rookie in the backfield at Oklahoma in Trey Sermon. Yet, it’s not the storylines that will manage the victor. It’s the matchups. Furthermore, there’s one matchup to watch over the others: Texas wide beneficiary Collin Johnson versus OU’s auxiliary. OKLAHOMA VS TEXAS LIVE STREAM
After Oklahoma beat Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio, it looked like guarded facilitator Mike Stoops had another unit staring him in the face, one that held JT Barrett and Ohio State to 183 yards passing and no touchdown goes with one block attempt. Yet, Barrett’s battles tossing the ball downfield have been very much reported, and everything considered, that execution may have been progressively a result of the Ohio State offense than it was the Oklahoma safeguard. We’ve since adapted more about the Sooners’ auxiliary.
At the point when groups have had competitors on the border to assault Oklahoma and a quarterback to kick it into high gear them the ball, they’ve discovered achievement. It began three weeks back when Oklahoma almost lost to a winless Baylor group. In that diversion, Denzel Mims devoured the Oklahoma optional. The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder had 11 gets for 192 yards and three touchdowns. A great deal of that creation was simply tossing the cluster to the better competitor and requesting that he make a play. A large portion of it came against cornerback Jordan Thomas.