Horns Thoroughly Dominate Oklahoma, Win Sunday 9-3

Before the weekend, Sooner coach Sunny Golloway told Baseball America "we hope to try to match (Texas') arms, and if we can do that, our offense has a chance to be the difference makers, and I like our chances at home." As Golloway departed the field with one out in the bottom of the 9th, surely he had a chance to ponder the vast gulf that separates Texas baseball from Oklahoma baseball right now.

On Sunday, Texas jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. OU managed 4 hits on starter Brandon Workman (8 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 8 K). Kevin Keyes went yard twice, pacing a Longhorns offense that has now scored 54 runs in its last 5 Sunday contests. More on what the series victory means tomorrow, but for now this'll be your sweep celebration thread.

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