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All day long, SoonerSports.com will be with the Sooners as they take on Texas in the Red River Rivalry Saturday at 11 a.m. (CT) on ABC.
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Sooner Sports Overtime
Oklahoma's official postgame show offers instant reaction and analysis immediately following each Sooner football game. It is OU fans' first chance to catch highlights along with live look-ins at the postgame press conference. Watch at midnight on Fox College Sports, or live online with SoonerSports.tv.
Sooner Report: Monday
It's that time of the year again. For the 108th time, OU and Texas will meet in the AT&T Red River Rivalry in Dallas Saturday.
Stoops Press Conference
On the Red River Rivalry:
"It's always really special. It's kind of like a bowl game in the middle of the year. It's a great game."
On the seniors potentially having a 4-0 record against Texas:
"For me personally, it (has meaning). I would love to stay undefeated in this series and I would love to walk away from my career here at OU and say I was undefeated against Texas."
LB Eric Striker
On shutting Texas' running game down:
"That's the importance of any defense. We need to stop the run and make them throw."
DB Julian Wilson
"I think of just a big rivalry, big tradition game. I think of coming out of that tunnel and seeing that split. It's just something you can never put into words."
DB Zack Sanchez
On younger players stepping up:
"The best guys are going to play and [Coach Stoops] expects the same thing out of all the defenders. You've got to go out there and make plays."
DE Geneo Grissom
On the new uniforms:
"I love them. Since I've been here I've worn the same jersey for every game. To be able to wear a new one is going to be really exciting."
On the loss of Corey Nelson:
"We are going to miss him out on the field, but he will be in the locker room and he is just as important as an emotional leader to this defense and the entire team."
On the OU-Texas rivalry:
"It is one of the reasons that you come to play football here. Especially when you come out on the winning side of the last three years, it is a great experience."
Boomer Bytes: Monday
Three word: Red River Rivalry. Get ready for the game with today's Boomer Bytes.
Mike Stoops Presser
On the defensive line to this point:
“This has been far and away the most production we have got out of our defensive line in a long time."
Sooner Sports Pad
Michael Hunnicutt joined the set of Sooner Sports Pad to talk OU-Texas, setting a new OU record and more.
ESPN Game of the Week
ESPN has selected the AT&T Red River Rivalry as the Game of the Week, to be shown at 11 a.m. (CT) on ABC.
Sooner Report: Tuesday
Taking care of the football and winning the big-play battle are what the Sooner offense says will determine the OU-Texas winner.
WR Durron Neal
On getting it going during the TCU game:
"Yeah, I finally found my groove, and my confidence has been growing every day and I have been focusing on the ball and taking it all in."
OL Adam Shead
On getting ready for OU-Texas week:
"Everybody is on edge. Everyone knows this is a big game, a big week and what this rivalry means to each one of these programs."
RB Brennan Clay
On the new uniforms:
"Us younger cats like that fashion sense, so it’s something that we look forward to. Especially the cleats with the gold bottoms, those are nice. They did a great job."
OL Bronson Irwin
On the importance of this year’s OU/Texas game:
"It would be pretty cool to go 4-0 against Texas. It's important to win every game, but being that this is one of the biggest, if not the biggest rivalry we have, it's important for everyone involved."
Both OU and Texas will wear gold-accented uniforms for the 2013 AT&T Red River Rivalry, honoring the tradition associated with the game's ultimate prize.
If we reach 50,000 followers on Twitter this week, we'll give away a #GoldenTicket -- an all-access pregame pass to the Red River Rivalry on Saturday -- to one of our followers.
Sooner Sports Talk
Airing Tuesdays in the fall and, Sooner Sports Talk gives fans a chance to interact with their favorite Sooner coaches live on TV and radio. Send your questions to host Toby Rowland through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coach Gundy mic'd up, Extra Points with Hunnicutt & Lashar, Blake Bell and much more on this week's edition of Sooner Playbook to get you ready for OU-Texas.
Boomer Bytes: Wednesday
With the Red River Rivalry steadily approaching, make sure you get the latest Sooner coverage from Boomer Bytes! #BeatTexas
Oklahoma players put into perspective what the OU-Texas game means, as if any more explanation were needed.
7 pm | FSOK/FCS
Tune in every Thursday evening in the fall for Coach's Corner to hear from Oklahoma's award winning staff of assistant coaches.
Boomer Bytes: Thursday
Before you pack your bags and head southbound on I-35, take some time to catch up on the latest news surrounding the Sooners!
Watch live and on-demand video, listen to radio broadcasts, catch full-game replays and highlights from anywhere with SoonerSports2Go.
Scene Setter - OU-Texas
For the 108th time, it's the greatest game in sports -- the Red River Rivalry. The Voice of the Sooners, Toby Rowland, sets the scene.
If you missed any of the shows during the week, you can sign up for SoonerSports.tv to watch replays on demand.
Attending the Game
The AT&T Red River Rivalry is one of the country's most spectacular games. Staged during the State Fair of Texas, the contest is witnessed by a crowd perfectly defined by color -- half crimson, half burnt orange -- in an atmosphere that is arguably more unique than that found at any other game.
Fans can gear up on gameday at the Oklahoma Sooner merchandise, open Friday and Saturday near Gate A and operated by the OU Bookstore.