Anderson’s last-minute touchdown lifts No. 12 Oklahoma over No. 3 Texas 

The Red River Rivalry went all the way down to the final minute. 

Oklahoma quarterback Dillon Gabriel found receiver Nic Anderson in the corner of the end zone on a 3-yard touchdown pass with 15 seconds remaining to give the No. 12 Sooners a 34-30 win at No. 3 Texas on Saturday afternoon. 

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Tied up at 27 points, Texas kicker Bert Auburn made a 47-yard field goal with 1:17 left to give the Longhorns their first lead of the second half. 

It proved to be too much time left on the clock. 

Gabriel passed for 285 yards and one touchdown across 23 completions. He went 23-for-38, and on the game-winning drive Gabriel went 4-for-4 for 58 yards. 

Gabriel also had 113 rushing yards and a touchdown with his legs. 

Oklahoma capitalized on three Texas turnovers, including two interceptions thrown by Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers on the first two drives.

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Oklahoma held a 20-17 halftime lead. It went a perfect 6-of-6 in the red zone and scored three touchdowns in the red area. 

Ewers finished 31-for-37 with 346 yards and a touchdown.