Run and Shoot: Sooners' Last Stand?

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Sooners' Last Stand?

LUBBOCK, Texas - If third-ranked Oklahoma has any Sooner Magic hiding in its bag of tricks, it will have the fourth quarter to unveil it. And it will need every ounce of that magic it can muster, as Texas Tech leads 34-13 with 15 minutes to play.

An interception by Curtis Lofton kept Tech from extending its lead in the final seconds of the third quarter, but the Sooners have a lot of work to do to get themselves back into the game.

Backup quarterback Joey Halzle simple has not had many answers since starter Sam Bradford left in the opening quarter with a concussion he suffered while making a tackle after an allen Patrick fumble. Since that point, the Red Raiders have controlled the ball, the tempo and the scoreboard.

Despite tossing a pair of interceptions, Graham Harrell has thrown for 366 yards and two scores. Aaron Crawford and Harrell have both run for a score, while Alex Trlica had booted a pair of field goals.

The Red Raiders have limited OU to 11 first downs and just 176 yards of offense.

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