Oklahoma’s football team was overwhelmed and dominated by Texas in a record-breaking 49-0 Longhorn rout in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday.

Texas handed OU their third worst loss in school history, behind two losses to Nebraska in 1996 and ’97.

It was OU’s worst shutout loss in school history, bettering the old one of a 47-0 win by Oklahoma A&M in 1945.

Texas scored the most points they’ve ever scored against OU, topping the 48 they scored in both 2018 and 2021.

It was OU’s first shutout loss to Texas since 1965 and 11th time in series history.

It ended Oklahoma’s 311-game streak of not being shutout, the ninth longest streak in FBS history.

It also ended a 167-game streak of scoring a touchdown, which had been the longest current streak in the FBS.

Texas held the Sooners to just 195 total yards, and the OU offense finished the game with six straight three-and-out possessions.

The Longhorns had 585 yards of total offense, with quarterback Quinn Ewers throwing for 289 yards on 21-of-31 passing and four touchdowns.

UT running back Bijan Robinson rushed for 130 yards on 22 carries and had two touchdowns.

OU quarterback Davis Beville was just 6-for-12 for 38 yards passing.

Both teams were forced to punt on their opening drive, then Texas marched to the first score.

The Longhorns went 90 yards in 12 plays, with Bijan Robinson scoring on a 2-yard touchdown run to make it 7-0 with 6:48 left in the first quarter.

With quarterback Dillon Gabriel still in concussion protocol, Oklahoma used a variety of unusual offensive schemes to move the ball downfield on the ensuing possession, with Brayden Willis taking snaps in the wildcat formation.

On 4th and 3 from the Texas 20-yard line, OU lined up for a field goal, but holder Michael Turk passed to kicker Zach Schmitt, who gained three yards for the first down at the UT 17.

On 4th and 1 from the Texas 8, OU went for it, but Eric Gray was stopped for no gain and the Longhorns took over on downs.

Texas then went 92 yards in 8 plays, with Quinn Ewers passing to Xavier Worthy for a 10-yard touchdown to give the Longhorns a 14-0 lead with 12:40 to play in the second quarter.

After an Oklahoma punt, Texas went 80 yards in 9 plays, with Ewers passing to Keilan Robinson for a 15-yard touchdown to make it 21-0 Longhorns with 7:31 left in the first half.

The Sooners moved into Texas territory on their next possession, but on a trick play, running back Eric Gray tried to pass to Willis, but it was intercepted by Jahdae Barron, who returned it six yards to the Texas 21.

The Longhorns then marched 79 yards in 9 plays, with Ewers passing to Ja’Tavion Sanders for a 24-yard touchdown to extend the UT lead to 28-0 with 18 seconds left in the first half.

Oklahoma tried a desperation deep pass on the first snap after that but Davis Beville was intercepted by D’shawn Jamison at the Texas 25 with two seconds left in the half.

The Sooners got the ball to start the second half, but turned the ball over on downs when Beville was sacked on 4th and 2 at the OU 43.

OU’s defense got the ball back when Ewers was intercepted by C.J. Coldon, who returned it 20 yards to the OU 31.

The Sooners couldn’t do much with it, and punted, and Texas then added to the lead.

UT went 76 yards in 7 plays, with Bijan Robinson scoring from 11 yards out around the left side to make it 35-0 Longhorns with 5:01 left in the third quarter.

OU punted after three downs, and Texas scored again, going 47 yards in six plays, with Ewers passing to Sanders for an 18-yard touchdown to make it 42-0 Longhorns with 1:57 to play in the third quarter.

Sanders had five catches for 71 yards.

After another three-and-out possession by Oklahoma, Texas added to the lead, going 54 yards in five plays.

Jonathon Brooks scored on an 18-yard touchdown run to make it 49-0 Longhorns with 12:11 to play.

Oklahoma had won four in a row in the series and 10 of the last 13. This was the first unranked matchup in the series since 1998.

The Sooners have lost three straight games for the first time since that same season, and fell to 3-3, 0-3 in Big 12 play.

OU hosts Kansas at 11:00 am next Saturday.