Texas vs Oklahoma

Texas vs Oklahoma : The Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners will take the field at AT&T Stadium for their second meeting of the season — this time around, the winner takes home the Big 12 title. During their first meeting in early October, the Longhorns outlasted a late Sooners push and survived with a 48-45 win to capture the Golden Hat.

Here’s everything the burnt orange nation needs to know to watch and follow along during Saturday’s much-anticipated Red River rematch.

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NCAA FOOTBALL 2018
Texas vs Oklahoma Live
Date : Saturday, December 1
Start Time : 12:00 PM ET
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Texas vs Oklahoma Live

Oklahoma and Texas will usher in a new incarnation of the “Red River Rivalry” in Saturday’s Big 12 championship game. Head coach Tom Herman and the No. 14 Longhorns come into this matchup at 9-3, and 7-2 in the Big 12.

Oklahoma is ranked No. 5 in the College Football Playoff Rankings. ​Lincoln Riley and the Sooners are 11-1, and 8-1 in the Big 12. Their only loss came against Texas by a score of ​48-45.

As much as the Big 12 Championship Game is an exercise in redundancy, and as much as it’s an overreaction for the all-valuable “13th data point” … this year’s title game between Texas and Oklahoma matters a lot. The conference front office has to be patting itself on the back this week. Not only does the neutral site game in Jerry World pair the conference’s heavy weights, there are College Football Playoff Implications.

A win for Oklahoma, at worst, would keep it in the conversation for a whole day into Selection Sunday. At best, it could be the game that gets the Sooners No. 4 spot, though other factors across the landscape would surely contribute to this as well. Texas, meanwhile, can finally use the dreaded “B-word” without a sniff of irony if it beats Oklahoma for the second time this season.