With Jason White under center in 2003, the Oklahoma Sooners possessed one of the most potent offenses in the country. Rolling over opponents time and time again, the group now set their sites on the Texas A&M Aggies. Refusing to give up a touchdown the previous week, the defense once again hoped to produce a similar result.

Marching up and down the field, OU put up some impressive numbers on both sides of the ball. The crowd witnessing a 77-0 thrashing also played witness to the crimson and cream tallying up 636 total yards of offense. However, the defense, more impressively, allowed a mere 54 total yards from their opponent. The effort failed to give the Aggies a first down in the second half.

On what would come to be known as a “Payback Tour,” Oklahoma remained on the fast track to the Big 12 Championship. With that championship, the Sooners also retained the No. 1 overall ranking as well as becoming the Sugar Bowl favorites.