Oklahoma vs. Texas: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Matt SmithCorrespondent IIIOctober 7, 2011

DALLAS - OCTOBER 02:  Running back Demarco Murray #7 of the Oklahoma Sooners runs for a touchdown past D.J. Grant #18 of the Texas Longhorns in the first quarter at the Cotton Bowl on October 2, 2010 in Dallas, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Oklahoma 55, Texas 17, Final

One of college football's greatest rivalries will be renewed on Saturday when third-ranked Oklahoma and eleventh-ranked Texas meet at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

Oklahoma will be looking for its second straight win in the series known as the Red River Rivalry, after holding off the Longhorns for a 28-20 win 53 weeks ago. Texas won the 2009 meeting, 16-13.

Oklahoma's Bob Stoops owns a 7-5 advantage over Texas' Mack Brown in their 12 head-to-head meetings.

The Sooners rolled over Ball State last week in Norman, while the Longhorns won their second consecutive road game, cruising past Iowa State in Ames.  Both teams have avoided significant injuries, and will be at or near full strength for the Noon ET kickoff, televised nationally on ABC.

Check back Saturday before, during and after the game for updates, commentary and analysis of the showdown between the two teams who have combined to win the last seven Big 12 titles.