It’s a magnificent few days of nourishment, reasonable rides, and football, as the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners will go head to head in the Red River Showdown at 2:30 p.m. CT in Dallas.
Texas versus OU: BON journalists anticipate close Longhorns prevail upon Sooners.
We examine keys to the amusement, players to look for, and obviously, broiled nourishment in the current week’s version of the Burnt Orange Nation roundtable: Texas vs Oklahoma live stream
Wes Crochet: The hostile line should play well and secure its actual green bean quarterback, Sam Ehlinger, from any semblance of OU guarded linemen Ogbonnia Okoronkwo and Kenneth Mann.
Wesley Watts: I think the greatest factor in remaining with OU is getting the backs included. On the off chance that you backpedal to the last two times Texas beat OU it’s been behind to a great degree solid exhibitions on the ground. Presently UT isn’t taking off Malcom Brown or D’Onta Foreman, and they don’t need to. Yet, Chris Warren and friends HAVE to be more successful so as to leave with that brilliant cap.
Anthony Rizzo: With Oklahoma having a strong run guard and Texas having an extremely temperamental run amusement, Ehlinger will need to make plays. The QB run amusement should be successful which can help set up the passing diversion. Likewise, I wouldn’t fret Herman being forceful and putting it all on the line on fourth down. Be that as it may, when it’s not a sensible fourth down, essentially simply take the focuses, particularly in a diversion like this.
Robert Garcia: We require O-Line reinforcements to venture up and offer profundity. Players need to create and be tried and true — we saw this versus K State and that is the change we require going forward…it begins in advance. On the off chance that the line fizzles, the rest is mayhem, best case scenario — scramble, scramble, scramble.