Longhorns head coach Tom Herman is pictured on the sidelines in the fourth quarter during the Oklahoma University Sooners vs. the University of Texas Longhorns NCAA college football game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas on Saturday, October 14, 2017. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News)During his redshirt season in 2013, he watched the Longhorns play Baylor for the Big 12 title and a bid to the Fiesta Bowl.
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield (6) attempts a pass during an NCAA college football game against Kansas at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kan., Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017. (Ian Maule/Tulsa World via AP)"I got caught in a competitive game, a chippy game but what I did today, tonight was unacceptable," Mayfield said. "I apologize. It's disrespectful. It's not the example I want to set. It's not the legacy I want to leave at OU. I truly do apologize."
West Virginia safety Dravon Askew-Henry (6) moves to tackle Texas running back Kyle Porter (21) during the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, in Morgantown, W.Va. Texas defeated West Virginia 28-14. (AP Photo/Raymond Thompson)MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Texas All-American offensive tackle Connor Williams made a difference in his first game in two months.
Asked Kirby Hocutt specifically about No. 4 Oklahoma and No. 5 Wisconsin. Cited Badgers' win over Michigan, strong defense and Oklahoma's offense, Ws at Ohio St and Oklahoma St. Said the two are "extremely close."
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