Fans of the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners are descending on North Texas on Friday in anticipation of Saturday’s big Red River Rivalry game at Fair Park in Dallas.
Oklahoma needs another one of those bounce-back games that have become so common under coach Bob Stoops.
OU-Texas weekend is here in Dallas, and now some are hoping a brand new fireworks spectacle will become as much a tradition as the game itself.
When Charlie Strong leads Texas through the Cotton Bowl tunnel to play No. 11 Oklahoma, he’ll get his first taste of one of the fiercest rivalries in college football.
There are a few things to watch on Saturday, when the Big 12’s top game is usually the Red River Rivalry. But this year, that’s not even the biggest game in Texas.
Oklahoma running back Keith Ford will miss his third straight game Saturday against Texas with a fractured right fibula.
Five of the top eight teams in the AP rankings lost, a first since the poll went to 25 spots in 1989. TCU was the biggest benefactor, jumping 16 spots after upsetting Oklahoma.
TCU coach Gary Patterson can’t forget the big plays, the ones against his team in those close Big 12 losses to Oklahoma.
The Sooners overcame their first deficit of the season to quiet a crowd at West Virginia, and now Oklahoma will use a bye week to try to build on a solid start to the season.
DART has announced additional rail service in preparation for the State Fair of Texas, which opens on September 26. The expanded rail service begins on Monday.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that the University of Oklahoma can enforce its one-year suspension of linebacker Frank Shannon.
Oklahoma quarterback Blake Bell dominated Tulsa a year ago. He could do it again on Saturday, but in a much different way, when the Sooners play the Golden Hurricane.