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Red River Rivalry Q&A (Roundtable Style) On The SBN Homepage

Rivalry games are always fun, no matter the time or place. But when it's the Red River Rivalry, and the place is at the State Fair of Texas, there's something even more special. The yearly matchup between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners is one of the better rivalries to watch, with an environment -- including a 50/50 division of tickets and fans -- that's second to none. This year's Red River Rivalry has high-stakes once again, with both teams ranked in the top-25 and the Sooners flirting with the No. 1 spot in the polls. Add it all up and you've got the marquee matchup of the week, and the site of ESPN's College Gameday. To get a better feel for both the rivalry and the game, GhostofBigRoy, of our Longhorn blog, Burnt Orange Nation, and CC Machine, of our Sooners blog, Crimson and Cream Machine, answered a few questions about the matchup.

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