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Texas-OU to stay at Cotton Bowl through 2025


Texas and OU have agreed to keep playing in Dallas and in the Cotton Bowl through 2025, which will the 97th straight meeting between the two teams in the venerable stadium.

Checking on the enemy: Sooner Spring


A feature in which we examine some of the developments in enemy country. This time, we'll peak peek across the Red River at conference frontrunner OU. On paper, the Sooners have the strongest...

Losing the Point of Attack


Texas has won the battle in the trenches against the Sooners for the last several years. Generally, the defensive line on each side tends to have the advantage and I'm suspicious that both schools...

Texas / OU Live Game Thread


If we can stop Okies from breeding in the cattle stalls we have a chance.

Ground and Pound: How Texas Can Beat OU


The Sooners under Bob Stoops have made their hay with an aggressive, quick strike offense and physical defense that exploits known tendencies -- a combo that has led to some humiliating final...

Barking Carnival’s College Football Viewing Guide: Week 6


I’m keeping the number of games in the slate this weekend relatively lean. The majority of this readership has a rivalry and some hate to focus on. Moreover, the docket is top heavy this week with...

Podcast #14: The One Where NorthDallasSooner Celebrates 25 Texas / OU Games


NorthDallasSooner took time away from luxuriating in the California wine country celebrating the big win to tell us a little about what he saw from his Sooners, our Longhorns and why he only drinks...

Texas Longhorns / Oklahoma Sooners Animated Drive Chart


Though I'd say some our drives might better be described as inanimate, this makes me laugh in a gallows humor sort of way. Our first drive is particularly inept. Very little solid line, lots of...

Texas-OU 2010 Post Mortem- Defense Special Teams


The defense was trapped in a never-ending Groundhog's Day of fresh downs gifted to Oklahoma with dumb penalties, mental letdowns, and an initial inability to deal with tempo. OU should have been...

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