No. 7 Oklahoma Appears To Be In Serious Trouble Against Texas

first_imgTexas vs. Oklahoma Red River Rivalry at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.DALLAS – OCTOBER 11: A general view of the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns during the Red River Rivalry at the Cotton Bowl on October 11, 2008 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)One of college football’s best rivalries is being played this afternoon as the Oklahoma Sooners meet the Texas Longhorns. The Red River Rivalry never fails to deliver  – even when one program enters as a heavy favorite.Oklahoma entered as the favorite in this contest, though the Longhorns brought plenty of swagger and a “home-field” advantage into the game as well.Today’s game, kicking off from Dallas, has lived up to the hype. Oklahoma jumped out to an early 7-0 lead, but Texas has taken over, outscoring the Sooners 24-3 since Oklahoma’s opening score.The Longhorns currently lead 24-10 with just over five minutes left in the first half.HOOK ‘EM HORNS! #BeatOU pic.twitter.com/OAnfBbx05F— Texas Longhorns (@TexasLonghorns) October 6, 2018Texas’ defense has been the story of the game, containing dual-threat quarterback Kyler Murray. The crowd has also aided in the Longhorns’ pursuit of an upset as the home fans rain down noise every time Murray touches the ball.Can the Longhorns pull off the upset? Or will Oklahoma’s explosive offense finally find its footing?Tune into FOX to find out.last_img read more