Red River Rivalry
Oklahoma beating Texas 31-26 in the Red River rivalry Saturday.
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’s star-studded defense was expected to match its explosive offense this season.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall never knew for sure if he was going to play for the first time since breaking his non-throwing arm seven weeks ago.
The Red River Rivalry was renewed Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park. The annual college football shootout had a lot of drama going in, and a lot at stake for fans and teams.
Every other program that takes itself seriously as a national power would have fired Brown by now. Most observers at this point feel like it’s one if not two years past due.
With his support waning with every loss, Texas coach Mack Brown could really use a victory this Saturday in the Red River Rivalry against Oklahoma.
The annual Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas has been scheduled for an 11 a.m. kickoff at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.