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Red River Rivalry Tickets - Oklahoma v Texas

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Red River Rivalry – Oklahoma vs. Texas Schedule

The Red River Rivalry is one of the best rivalries in college football, as the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners have two of the top programs in the sport. These teams have been matching up on the field for over 100 years now, and every game has a playoff-like atmosphere to it. It does not matter what the teams' records are when the Longhorns and Sooners hit the field at the same time. This year the two teams will match up on October 11th at the Cotton Bowl for the latest chapter in this incredible football story. The Longhorns have some of the top players in the nation and are looking to rebound from some subpar (by Texas football standards) seasons as of late. The Sooners are hoping to contend for a National Championship, and a victory against Texas would go a long way. These players are sure to give everything they've got on the field in this one, as every one of them knows what this annual game means for the programs. You can be there to witness all of the action for yourself.

Last year the Longhorns were the ones to emerge from this battle victorious, as they put up 36 points thanks to an efficient offense that could not be stopped on that particular day. The Longhorns have their sights set atop the Big 12 standings this season, but so do the Sooners. Oklahoma will certainly be out for revenge this season as they look to take down the Longhorns, but that won't be easy with all of the talent on the Texas roster. These two conference rivals have had many great games over the years, and the Red River Rivalry is the kind of game that attracts loads of fans from both fan bases. These are two of the best teams in the Big 12 most seasons, which makes this rivalry all the more important. If you've never been out to the Cotton Bowl to see this rivalry contest play out in person, then you have been seriously missing out as a college football fan. Make sure you're in the stands this season to see these two elite college football powerhouses go head-to-head in one of the best games of the season.

Red River Rivalry – Oklahoma vs. Texas History

Of course, this is a matchup that wasn't always this big, as it started with humble beginnings all the way back in 1900. That year, the Longhorns hooked the Sooners with a 28-2 win in Austin, and from there it was on as the Longhorns and Sooners continually battled it out on the field nearly every year ever since. With some of the top players in college football history playing at one point or another in the Red River Shootout, this is a game that always grabs college football fans' attention for a reason.

Looking at the top players who have played in this one, you end up with an unbelievable list of players who would go on to not just dominate in college football but would go on to the next level as well. Guys like Barry Switzer (coach), Keith Jackson (TE) and Roy Williams (DB) are just a few of the great players who have made a big impact in this one, with all three getting named to the All-Time Red River Rivalry Team. The main point to be taken away, of course, is that you never know what great player is going to burst onto the scene by putting together an unbelievable performance in the Red River Rivalry, as the stage is huge, the atmosphere sure to be electric and just about anything can happen.

Fan Experience

College Classics and Historic Rivalries are always a good idea if you're a big college football fan, but you can't appreciate the intensity of one of these games until you actually get out and see the drama unfold before your very eyes. The Red River Shootout has been capturing the imagination of college football fans for generations, and it's always a good idea to get out and show your support as these two prominent teams hit the field looking to put on a show. The Cotton Bowl has been a storied location in Dallas since the 1930s, and the Red River Shootout is a big part of its iconic college football legacy. If you've never seen a big college football game from the Cotton Bowl, you have absolutely no idea what you've been missing, as the Cotton Bowl is always packed to the brim with passion and energy that you can't find anywhere but the stadium. Dallas is one of those places that has a reputation of loving a little bit of American pigskin, and it doesn't get any better than when two talented teams like the Sooners and the Longhorns hit the gridiron with thousands of fans from either squad. When the buzz of the crowd is rising for all the crucial moments of a big game, you'll definitely understand why it doesn't get any bigger or better than college football played at this level.

Red River Rivalry – Oklahoma vs. Texas Trivia

Which of these two teams has won the majority of the Red River Rivalry games?

The answer is Texas, who boasts a 60-43-5 record all time against the Oklahoma Sooners.

Red River Rivalry – Oklahoma vs. Texas Fans

When it comes to college football, the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners have some of the most dedicated and loyal fans in the country, which makes this rivalry even better. When these two programs match up on the field it's pandemonium in the stands as the crowd is in a frenzy by the time kickoff rolls around. Both of these teams are often in the contention for the National Championship, and it's never easy to make it to that game with a loss on your resume, so this game is always huge every time it's played. Join the biggest Texas and Oklahoma fans in the stands this year for this incredible rivalry game.

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