By Cabrone D. Brewer
There’s a renewed interest in the air surrounding the State Fair of Texas — and we’re not taking about the smell of deep fried salsa balls.
It’s been called one of the greatest rivalries in the history of college football and for the 106th time, No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 11 Texas will battle Saturday afternoon in Dallas for bragging rights along the Red River.
Both teams enter this year’s installment of the Red River Rivalry with unblemished records and national championship dreams, but something has to give in a high-stakes encounter pinning Oklahoma’s prolific offense against Texas’ powerful defense.