One of college football's most storied rivalries resumes on Saturday when the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners collide in the Red River Showdown at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The matchup will be the 118th all-time meeting between the programs. Texas leads the series 62-50-5. Last week the Longhorns (3-2, 1-1 in Big 12) bounced back from a loss at Texas Tech with a 38-20 victory over West Virginia. Meanwhile the Sooners (3-2, 0-2) are reeling after losing back-to-back regular season games for just the second time since the 1999 season.
Kickoff is noon ET. The Longhorns are 8.5-point favorites in the latest Texas vs. Oklahoma odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points scored is 64.5. (See up-to-date odds for every game this week on our college football odds page.)
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The model knows that Texas has arguably the best running back in the country in Bijan Robinson. A 6-foot, 222-pound junior from Tucson, Ariz., Robinson ranks second in the country in touchdowns, with nine. He also is averaging 103.0 rushing yards per game, which ranks second in the Big 12 and 15th in the nation. The Longhorns are also expected to get quarterback Quinn Ewers (clavicle) back for this one.
The model also knows that Oklahoma has a dynamic playmaker in Marvin Mims Jr. The 5-foot-11, 182-pound receiver and punt returner ranks fourth in the country in yards per punt return (19.7). He also is 22nd in the nation in yards per catch (19.9) and 31st in receiving yards per game (87.6).
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