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  1. Two new head coaches. Two storied football programs. One big stage. The Texas Longhorns (3-2, 2-0) and the #12 Oklahoma Sooners (4-1, 1-1) will square off for the 112th time on Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Each team brings different momentum into one of college football’s oldest and largest rivalries. The Longhorns won a double-overtime game 40-34 against Kansas State in Austin last weekend, while the Sooners suffered their first loss of the season, at the hands of Iowa State 38-31. Last week doesn’t matter and neither do records in this rivalry. A win by either team lays out a path for success as they head down the second-half of the college football season. The Longhorns would maintain an undefeated Big 12 record by upsetting the Sooners, while the Sooners would get back on track for competing for a shot at the league’s crown and more. AT&T Red River Showdown Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners When: Saturday, October 14th, 2017 Time: 2:30 pm Venue: Cotton Bowl Location: Dallas, TX TV: ESPN All-Time Series Record: Texas leads Oklahoma 61-45-5 Last Meeting: Oklahoma defeated Texas 45-40 (October 8, 2016) Texas Longhorns Depth Chart Oklahoma Sooners Depth Chart Game-related news and information: Get to know Oklahoma: Defense/Special Teams Get to know Oklahoma: Offense Texas vs. Oklahoma Game Preview Staff Predictions: Texas vs. Oklahoma
  2. The Longhorns cracked the Top 25 in both polls (#24 - Associate Press, #25 - USA Today Coaches Poll) and will face #3 Oklahoma tonight in Norman at 8:00 PM. The game will be televised on ESPN. Texas has won four in a row and look to notch another big road win tonight against the Sooners.
  3. In Pol Pot fashion.....Bradford thought it would be funny to teach the Machu Picchu folks a new hand sign: In order to make them look just as stupid as he does. Meanwhile, Bradford is searching high in the mountains for the Temple of "How to Play Quarterback in the NFL." I would expect this from Aggy but Sooner? Well, yeah.
  4. SoonerNation.com write Jake Trotter writes that he would rather "roll into the Cotton Bowl with the unknown of Bell versus the known of Texas quarterback David Ash," in a recent piece he an HornsNation's William Wilkerson squared off in (College Football Hot Button Topic of the week - College Football - ESPN). I find it ridiculous, just as everyone else that isn't an OU fan does, that a guy that has played the Tebow role in package plays is supposedly a better qb than David Ash. Hell, even the Heisman Pundit asks the question (http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&ved=0CDwQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fheismanpundit.com%2F2013%2F05%2F01%2Fis-blake-bell-the-top-heisman-dark-horse%2F&ei=TEbsUeaSJ5LkqAHgqYHIAw&usg=AFQjCNGz5YwlxmNJhxoZKaa8c0FtygcdhQ&sig2=4bU6v6hGfjkiAHetfC1_qQ&bvm=bv.49478099,d.aWM) "Is Blake Bell the top Heisman Dark Horse?" In all seriousness folks, I would roll with Ash over Bell. The proof is in the pudding. Ash career stats: 3,778 passing yards, 23 td's and 16 picks. Ash has 3 rushing td's. Bell career stats: 115 passing yards, 0 td's and 1 pick. Bell has 24 rushing td's. Bell's rushing yardage was not Vince Young-esque, where he consistently gobbled up turf. He averaged around 3.5 yards per and ran most of it out of the wildcat. Career-wise he has only run for 372 yards and he hasn't proven himself to be a guy that can lead you to a quick come from behind victory with his arm.... David Ash has 244 career rushing yards. I respect Bell's rushing accomplishments but unless you are a true mobile quarterback with some serious skills, I'll take David Ash over Blake Bell any day.
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