A spectacular "kick six" drives the upstart Cougars to a signature early win and adds intrigue to potential conference expansion. - From Washington Post
In one skillful sweep, Brandon Wilson kept himself inbounds and corralled the football with his right leg slightly off the ground, and once he embarked, about 60 percent of NRG Stadium started booming right along with him.
Houston, one of the 63 members of college football’s second-tier peasantry, would smash Oklahoma, one of the 65 uppity, ultimately by 33-23, before 71,016, in the kind of class warfare that peppers this wild American sport.
[Navy player started game in the stands, finished it as the quarterback] Further, the Big 12 Conference offices might even notice the score, what with Houston among its candidates for expansion.
They had reached the middle of the third with the Cougars ahead 19-17 but the Sooners still primed to uphold their loud preseason promise.
Oklahoma couldn’t get proper personnel on the field and called timeout.