No. 19 Texas beats No. 7 Oklahoma on late FG

DALLAS — Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger flashed the “hook ’em Horns” sign to the ecstatic burnt orange end of the stadium after his third rushing touchdown, and soon after that threw his second scoring pass.
A year after briefly putting the Longhorns ahead late in their Red River rivalry game against Oklahoma when he started as a freshman, Ehlinger had Texas ahead by three touchdowns going to the fourth quarter Saturday.
But Ehlinger still needed one more drive to win the game, and delivered, setting up freshman Cameron Dicker’s 40-yard field goal with nine seconds left to give 19th-ranked Texas a 48-45 win over the No. 7 Sooners after quarterback Kyler Murray had rallied them with three touchdowns in a six-minute span.
Source: Sports