On a day when Oklahoma's third-straight Heisman Trophy contending quarterback had a minor setback, two other stars picked up the slack.
To be clear, there was nothing pedestrian about quarterback Jalen Hurts in No. 6 Oklahoma's 34-27 win over No. 11 Texas. Hurts still racked up a team-best 131 yards rushing and tallied four total touchdowns. He got his numbers. But with two brutal red zone turnovers -- one fumble and one unnecessary interception -- even Hurts admitted after the game that he didn't put his team in the best spot on Saturday afternoon. And, to be clear, the Sooners clung to a 10-3 halftime lead. If the Red River Showdown has ever proven anything, it's that the game can change in one play.
So with Hurts' Heisman chatter cooling ever-so-slightly, Oklahoma's offense instead shared its spotlight with two other stars: receiver CeeDee Lamb and running back Kennedy Brooks.