Thursday August 29th, 2013

David Ash and Texas lost two games to Oklahoma by a combined score of 118-38 the past two seasons.
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You are: Texas quarterback David Ash

For the first time in your Texas career, the Sooners aren't blowing your team off the field. Your defense has tackled better all season, and it has stopped allowing easy yards. Meanwhile, a hurry-up offense with a strong inside running game -- as Oklahoma State and Baylor have already proven -- is quite effective.

It has been quite a duel between you and Oklahoma redshirt freshman quarterback Trevor Knight on Oct. 12. He has thrown for 250 yards and run for 125. You have thrown for 310. Meanwhile, tailback Johnathan Gray has rushed for 110. That's why this game is tied as you take over at your own 20-yard line with two minutes remaining.

Coach Mack Brown hasn't mentioned it at all, but you've read on the web that another loss to Oklahoma could mean curtains for his tenure at Texas. You can make sure that doesn't happen.

If you lead the Longhorns on a game-winning drive, click here.

If you give the ball back to Oklahoma so it can mount a game-winning drive, click here.

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