Next to the Texas Longhorns, there may not be a team that the Sooners enjoyed beating up on more that the Texas A&M Aggies. Oklahoma owns a 19-12 overall record against A&M and the Sooners have certainly put the Aggies on the business end of some tremendous blowouts. Of course 77-0 will come to mind for a lot of fans but let's also not forget 66-28 during the 2008 season.
Sam Bradford passed for 320 yards and four touchdowns, while the Sooners also ran for 328 yards and another four touchdowns on the ground. It was certainly a banner day for the Oklahoma's historic 2008 offense, with DeMarco Murray and Chris Brown each eclipsing the 100-yard rushing mark by combining for 240 yards. Murray averaged 17.6 yards per carry on his way to a team-high 123 rushing yards.
Ryan Broyles led Oklahoma's receivers by hauling in five passes for 91 yards and a score.