Even with point guard Isaiah Taylor back for the second game after missing 10 with a broken left wrist, Texas was a mess offensively with just 6 of 30 shooting in the half and nine turnovers.
Two years ago, the Sooners let Texas rally from 22 points down in the second half to win in overtime. Oklahoma was much more methodical in putting away the Longhorns this year, giving them no chance at a comeback.
Javan Felix scored 13 for Texas.
Oklahoma (11-3, 2-0), which beat a top 10 team on the road for the first time since 1993, had four players score in double figures in earning what could be a huge confidence boost at the start of the Big 12 schedule. (More at News9.com)
|Points||Felix - 13||Hield - 13|
|Rebounds||Two Players - 6||Thomas - 11|
|Assists||Taylor - 4||Woodard - 6|
|Steals||Two Players - 1||Cousins - 3|
|Blocks||Turner - 3||Two Players - 2|