AUSTIN -- Colt McCoy put up five touchdowns in another near-perfect start, and No. 7 Texas routed Arkansas 52-10 on Saturday to hand Razorbacks coach Bobby Petrino an embarrassing debut in a border rivalry famous for close games.
The loss was the most lopsided in the series since a 35-point
Texas victory in 1970. In the previous 10 meetings between Texas
and Arkansas, the average margin of victory was fewer than nine
The Longhorns (4-0) have now outscored opponents 198-36 this
season - an average margin of victory of 41 points.
McCoy completed 17 of 19 passes and threw three touchdowns,
pushing his season total to 14. He also ran for a game-high 84
yards and two scores.
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