After The Texas Longhorns jumped out to a 31-17 lead in the Red River Showdown, Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray knew he could count on Hollywood for the big response.
Midway through the third quarter on third down, Sooners wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown broke free from coverage, and Murray found him wide open.
Hollywood Brown’s speed did the rest on the massive 77-yard touchdown.
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— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) October 6, 2018
The 77-yard score gives the junior receiver his fourth game this season with 100-plus receiving yards and is his second consecutive two-touchdown game.
There is no better connection in college football than Murray and Brown. The duo could quickly help Oklahoma come back in this game as it tries to extend its winning streak in the Red River Showdown.