Former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer, 30 years later, is apparently still not over how the 1984 contest between Oklahoma and Texas ended. With the Red River Rivalry set to resume this Saturday, he took to Twitter this week and offered up some insight on how he still feels about the contest, which ended in a 15-15 tie after the referees failed to award Sooners defensive back Keith Stansberry with an interception on the Longhorns' final drive.
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Here's video of the play. Texas was ranked No. 1 at the time, and decided to kick a field goal to tie the game as time expired, rather than take a shot at winning the contest.
For what it's worth, Texas did not go on to win the national title - in fact, the Longhorns lost four games that year. But we doubt Switzer cares - he's clearly still upset that no video replay existed back then.