"The Oklahoma Sooners hung half a hundred again. Doing it against their arch rivals made this one even better. Jason White threw four touchdown passes, Mark Clayton had a school-record 190 yards receiving and the defense snagged six turnovers as the No. 1 Sooners routed No. 11 Texas 65-13 Saturday. Oklahoma (6-0, 2-0 Big 12) set series records for points and most lopsided victory -- for the second time in four years. It was a triumphant way for the Sooners to claim their first four-game winning streak over the Longhorns since 1985-88. The top feat, though, was breaking 50 points for the fourth straight game. Barry Switzer, who loved to "hang half-a-hundred" on undermatched foes, never even did it more than twice in a row. Only Oklahoma's national champion team in 1956 did it three straight.
2000 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS DVD
THE HISTORY OF OKLAHOMA FOOTBALL: PART I
THE HISTORY OF OKLAHOMA FOOTBALL: PART II
THE HISTORY OF OKLAHOMA FOOTBALL: PART III