It was a dominating performance from a Sooners squad that looked ordinary at best three weeks earlier in a home loss to Kansas State that featured three turnovers, including two critical ones by Jones.

"I think we're just cutting it loose. Whatever happens, happens," Jones said. "We're having fun out there. On the sideline, there's so much more energy."

And there was nothing Texas could do to stop it. Bell converted a fourth-and-1 to keep the first drive going, then scored on an 8-yard run in the "Belldozer" short-yardage package. He'd add three 1-yard TD runs, and Jones threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Millard and a 14-yarder to Justin Brown.

"It's going to make the bus ride relaxing. Guys are going to be laughing and joking for three hours," defensive end David King said. "Probably the best part is you see those UT buses going by.

"I know how they're feeling. It's so much better being on this side of things."