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Texas Football By The Numbers: OU Wrap, Missouri

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RED RIVER SHOOTOUT

45 -- Points scored by Texas against Oklahoma.

35 -- Points scored by Oklahoma against Texas.

2 -- Number of games in the Mack Brown era (Rose Bowls '05 & '06) I'd choose to watch over Saturday's win.

2 -- Number of times Texas has opened the season 6-0 under Mack Brown (2005).

1 -- Number of other times in which Texas has scored 45 or more points in the RRS (45 points, 2005).

58 -- Number of Texas wins over Oklahoma (58-40-5) all time.

93 -- Number of wins, against 3 losses, when a Mack Brown Texas team outrushes its opponent.

35 -- Successful kicks in 35 attempts for Hunter Lawrence in 2008 (28 PATs, 7 FGs).

2 -- Consecutive weeks Chris Ogbonnaya has set a career high in rushing (71, Colorado / 128, Oklahoma).

11 -- Receptions by Jordan Shipley on Saturday, a Red River Shootout record.

96 -- Yards covered on Shipley's kickoff return for a TD, the longest in RRS history.

624 -- Career completions by Colt McCoy, a new Texas record (Applewhite, 611).

3 -- Number of screen passes to Manuel Johnson when both he and OG Duke Robinson were beyond the line of scrimmage.

0 -- Number of ineligible receiver penalties called on OU.

2 -- Number of Browns (Chykie and Curtis) who stepped up to stop Mike Knall's fake punt attempt.

288 -- Oklahoma offensive yards (4 touchdowns) on its first 37 plays from scrimmage.

147 -- Oklahoma offensive yards (1 touchdown) on its final 30 plays from scrimmage.

MISSOURI

16 -- Rush attempts (sack-adjusted) by Missouri on Saturday against Oklahoma State.

81 -- Rushing yards (sack-adjusted) by Missouri (5.1 ypc).

54 -- Passing attempts (sack-adjusted) by Missouri against OSU.

373 -- Passing yards (sack-adjusted) by Missouri (6.9 ypa).

37 -- Passing attempts (sack-adjusted) per game in Missouri's previous five games.

372 -- Passing yards per game (sack-adjusted) in Missouri's previous five games (10.0 ypa).

6.7 -- Yards per pass attempt allowed by the Texas defense in 2008.

1.94 -- Yards per rush attempt allowed by the Texas defense.

5:33 -- Time as I publish this piece, when OU still sucks.