How to Watch, Listen, Preview Texas vs Oklahoma



DALLAS – All eyes are on Dallas this weekend as No.21-ranked Texas take on No.6-ranked Oklahoma inside the Cotton Bowl. The Longhorns and Sooners are set to meet for the 117th time as the two teams compete for the Golden Hat Trophy.

As Texas and Oklahoma prepare for Saturday’s 11 a.m. kickoff, Horns247’s game day guide has all the details fans need to know ahead of the Red River Showdown.

Texas vs. Oklahoma: Saturday October 9

To start up: 11:00 a.m.

Site: Cotton Bowl Stadium (Dallas)

TV: ABC (play-by-play: Chris Fowler; analyst: Kirk Herbstreit; secondary reporter: Holy Rowe)

Local radio: Longhorn IMG radio network, 104.9 FM in Austin. (Play-by-play: Craig Way; Analyst: Roger Wallace; Secondary Reporter: Will Matthews)

Game stream: FuboTV

Audio stream:

Live Statistics: Side arm statistics

ESPN College Gameday at the State Fair of Texas: The ESPN College Gameday team will broadcast live inside the State Fair of Texas, with the weekly show set to begin at 8:00 a.m. CT on ESPN.


Horns247 Staff Predictions: What will be the result of Saturday’s game?

The initiate: Oklahoma is still trying to figure things out

Behind enemy lines: OUInsider reporter breaks down Sooners ahead of Red River Showdown

Red River Recruitment Rivals: Review of recruiting battles between Texas and Oklahoma

The flagship video preview: Sooner OL alumnus Gabe Ikar digs deeper into Saturday’s Texas-OU battle

Lincoln riley, Alex grinch talk texas: What OU staff think of the main Longhorns playmakers

Spread of Caesars sports betting: Oklahoma, favorite by 3.5 points (at Friday afternoon)


Texas’ all-time record against Oklahoma … Texas leads 62-48-5

– Texas record against Oklahoma in Austin, Texas… Texas leads 7-2-1

– Texas vs Oklahoma record in Norman, Okla. … Texas leads, 4-1

– Texas record against Oklahoma in neutral… Texas leads, 51-43-4

Texan coach Steve Sargsyanrecord as head coach … 50-36

Oklahoma Coach Lincoln rileyrecord as head coach … 50-8

Last meeting … Oklahoma 53, Texas 45 (October 10, 2020)

A victory in Texas would mean … Texas would go 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in the Big 12, and Sarkisian would become the first Texas head coach to beat Oklahoma in the first year coaching the Longhorns since Mack Brown in 1998.


7h00: Opening of the car parks

7 a.m .: State Fair of Texas exhibition center opens

8:00 a.m .: ESPN College Gameday broadcast live from the Cotton Bowl Plaza outside Gate A

8h00: Opening of the Midway, Tower Building and exterior concessions

8:30 am: Ticket resolution locations open between Gates A and B and outside Gates J

8:30 am: Arrival of the team bus

9h00: Opening of the doors of the Cotton Bowl

11am: Kick-off between Texas and Oklahoma

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For fans in attendance, the State Fair of Texas Cotton Bowl has implemented a “Clear Bag Policy” this season, which limits what you can bring to the Cotton Bowl. All the details here.


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