One play I will always remember was the tipped TD catch by Jermaine Gresham vs. OSU in 2008. That play just represents Sooner Magic to the fullest degree! Too many plays to choose my favorite, but I definitely love that one.
I know everybody remembers James Allen in this game, but J. Jackson had a HUGE game that day
I was at that game in Lincoln. The entire stadium just deflated when Jackson made that catch.
Maybe not famous but this one from the CCG in 2000 against KSU. When josh hit Wolfolk for the final TD. Things were still very tight and tense when he ran that post. That was right in front of us and you could see he was open from the start. We were screaming at Josh to just throw the ****ing ball and he finally did.
Another was maybe the first or second play in the OB that year. Ontei Jones absolutely smacked that FSU receiver in the mouth letting them know that we came to play that night. I think it helped set the tone for the rest of the game.
Brent Parker will always live in Sooner lore, THANK YOU Brent Parker
1987 OU vs. Nebraska in Lincoln. #1 NU vs. #2 OU. In the third quarter, some 'Husker fan got pissed off and threw his Sony Watchman (early battery powered TV) on to the field. It didn't shut off. It was kind of surreal seeing that TV on the field showing the game. I've never actually seen a replay of that on TV.
The 2:30 mark of this video. Demond was awesome that game.
Based on the logos, endzones, video quality and network tv graphics, the above video makes Demond look like he played at OU for about 25 years. haha
Funny if you think about tv back then and now, so much is owed to Georgia and OU for them thinking ahead.
1978 OU vs Rice - The old man took me to my first OU game. Game was a total bloodbath; 66-7 as I recall. I think Billy Sims, Thomas Lott, David Overstreet and two cheerleaders all had over 100 yards rushing that day. South 10 yard line seats on the east side (before the east upper deck). Good times.
At the 5:53 mark, the tackle from behind by Andre Johnson and the 4 stops OU had on Texas in the '84 game was very memorable to me. Even if the game ended in a tie, it just showed how good the Defense was going to be for next 2-3 years. Too bad AJ got hurt in a car accident after the game and never played again.
My first vivid OU memory was Lydell Carr running 65 yards for a touchdown against Penn St.