WATCH: Marvin Mims big play leads to Caleb Williams first OU touchdown

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The Sooners started the gams slowly as Spencer Rattler threw an interception on just his second attempt of the season, a deep ball to Marvin Mims that was undercut by the cornerback. The Tulane Green Wave went on to score on the ensuing drive to lead 7-0.

After an efficient scoring drive that was capped by a Spencer Rattler quarterback sneak, Tulane then scored again to make it 14-7 in favor of the Green Wave.

On the Sooners next drive of the game, Spencer Rattler took advantage of a Green Wave offsides call and found Marvin Mims down the middle of the field. Mims made the catch in traffic, broke a tackle and looked to score to tie the game. After replay review, he was ruled out at the one-yard line.

Lincoln Riley then turned to his true freshman quarterback Caleb Williams. Williams, like Rattler on the drive before, was able to run it in from one-yard out to tie the game for the Sooners. Williams was ranked as the number one dual-threat QB out of high school and she showed why below.

It was the first in what will be many touchdowns for the talented freshman quarterback.

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