Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Sooners, Horns extend Dallas deal
By Jake Trotter
The Sooners and Longhorns have played one another at the State Fair of Texas since 1929. And they'll continue playing there, at least for the next decade.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Oklahoma and Texas have agreed to keep their game at the Cotton Bowl through 2025. The previous agreement had gone through 2020, contingent on the city making since-completed upgrades to the stadium.
To read more about the Red River Showdown sticking at the Cotton Bowl, click here.