The Red River Rivalry is unlike any atmosphere in all sports, with Texas and Oklahoma fans dividing at the 50-yard line to create a constant deafening environment.
The Texas Longhorns will look to end their three-game losing streak to the Oklahoma Sooners, Saturday, in the 108th Red River Rivalry. The Sooners have averaged 30-point victories over the last three years, but Texas looks to break the streak with backup quarterback Case McCoy calling the snaps.
In the past, when Texas entered the Cotton Bowl with a quarterback named McCoy, it usually meant success. Now, the Longhorns find themselves with a McCoy who is 0-3 against the Sooners and will be fighting to save Texas' season and, quite possibly, save Mack Brown's job.
When: Saturday, October 12, noon ET
Where: Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas
Austin radio: KVET 98.1/1300
SiriusXM satellite radio: XM 117; Sirius 202; Internet 969; Spanish 970
Spread: Oklahoma (-14), per VegasInsider.com
Last meeting: October 13, 2012, Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas
Last outcome: No. 13/10 Oklahoma 62, No. 15/15 Texas 21