Sooners Hope To Rebound in the Red River Rivalry

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Oklahoma has lost their lofty national ranking after losing to TCU last Saturday, but now the Sooners have to regroup, because next up is Texas this Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

OU hasn't lost back-to-back regular season games under Bob Stoops since his first season in 1999, and Oklahoma will be favored to beat the struggling Longhorns this year.

They were last year in the Red River Rivalry and were upset, so focus and concentration won't be a problem for the Sooners this week.

Dylan Buckingham reports from Norman.