Costly Turnovers Come with a Price
After a 39-yard field goal, Jeff Wolfert kicked Mizzou to 3-0 early in the first quarter.
A few drives later, the Sooners answered back after picking off Chase Daniel's pass and running seven plays for a touchdown, putting them on top 7-3.
Late in the first quarter, Missouri's Tony Temple fumbled the ball at the Oklahoma 42-yard line. Oklahoma went on to score another touchdown early in the second quarter, making it 14-3 Oklahoma.
After the very next unsuccessful drive, Missouri's punter Adam Crossett was blocked, resulting in a safety for Oklahoma. The Tigers would go into halftime trailing 16-3.
The Tiger fans were electrified when Wolfert forced Oklahoma's Allen Patrick to fumble at the Missouri 34-yard line.
Capping an eight play drive, Daniel rushed 13 yards for the Missouri touchdown, 16-10. But that's where the offense ended for Missouri.
After another Missouri turnover in the fourth quarter, Oklahoma scored a field goal to reach the final score of 26-10.
Both Oklahoma and Missouri had impressive total yardage with 358 and 360 yards, respectively. Missouri was charged with 8 penalties for a total of 75 yards.