OK, now you can say ‘Texas is back’
DALLAS — There was more bad than good for Oklahoma on Saturday at Cotton Bowl Stadium as the Longhorns topped the Sooners 48-45 in a Red River classic.
Here’s a look at the best and worst:
The phrase has been used against Texas in recent years as a joke, but the Longhorns earned the status Saturday by holding off the Sooners.
This is an ill-conceived combination of two good things.
Full disclosure: the corn dog beer wasn’t sampled, but plenty of fairgoers were walking around with glasses advertising the drink. To make things worse, or better depending what your tastes are, the glass is rimmed with mustard.
Another strange food/ drink concoction? Fried lemonade.
Austin’s Cameron Dicker connected on a 40-yard game-winning field goal. He also made a 44-yarder in the first quarter.
It’s the opening song in the musical Oklahoma! but it was sung by four teenage Texas fans who were headed to the game. Perhaps they didn’t know.
After the game, it was Texas fans who were still singing.
Only at the fair are corn dogs and turkey legs acceptable breakfast items.
It never gets old watching the staple foods being devoured around 8 a.m.
The famous Fletcher’s added a new item this year: the cheezy pup, a corn dog with melted cheese in the center.
Texas Longhorns tight end Andrew Beck (47) wears the Golden Hat and celebrates with fans after defeating Oklahoma 48-45 in Saturday’s game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.