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Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver CeeDee Lamb took the game over midway through the third quarter Saturday to score the go-ahead touchdown against Texas.

Lamb broke ankles as he weaved his way through Longhorns defenders, then hit the afterburners to streak to the end zone on the remarkable play.

This touchdown was preceded by a huge targeting call against Texas linebacker Malcolm Roach, who was ejected for targeting Lamb’s helmet.

It also flipped the momentum right back to Oklahoma after Texas true freshman Roschon Johnson had momentarily stolen it with two brilliant runs to score the first touchdown of the game for Texas.

Jesse Reed
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