The annual Red River Rivalry pits the two Big 12 South juggernauts in Texas and Oklahoma in a battle at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, a 60-minute skirmish between the burnt orange and white and the cream and crimson.
Winners of four of the last five meetings, the Horns own the series to date 59-40.
The results never surprise, as the competition and hostility are palpable from the players on the field and the fans in the stands.
So far in the 2010 season, both the Longhorns and Sooners have had Jekyll and Hyde performances, though both squads remain undefeated.
Texas is no stranger to slow starts. Here are five things that must improve before the Red River Rivalry.