Red River Showdown Live Updates | WFAA

The game will be broadcast on KVUE at 11am. Follow matchday updates here.

DALLAS – Saturday, October 8, 2022 at 11 a.m. Texas and Oklahoma will compete for the 118th time at the AT&T Red River Showdown. The game will be broadcast on ABC.

WFAA Digital Producer Paul Livengood will provide updates throughout the day – before, during and after the highly anticipated Rivalry Match. Follow here.

Here are the latest updates:

Score: Texas 0, OU 0

1st quarter

The game is scheduled to kick off at 11 a.m. Stay tuned for updates.

foreplay

It’s game day, Longhorns and Sooners fans!

The WFAA will be at the Cotton Bowl Saturday morning to bring you the sights and sounds surrounding the game, provide score and highlight updates, and post-game reaction.

The last nine matchups all ended in One Possession matches, so we should be in for a treat if history repeats itself!

Let us know who you think will win the game our Twitter poll:

Former Southlake Carroll star and Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers will start for the Longhorns after missing three games with a collarbone injury.

More Red River Showdown content, including a deep dive into the history of the rivalry and features about superfans from both sides, Visit the Twitter thread.

Storylines to watch

First unranked matchup in over 20 years

Both teams are competing unranked this year, the first time this has been the case since 1998. Each team has a 3:2 record.

Texas’ losses are close: a one-point loss at home to No. 1 Alabama and an overtime loss to Texas Tech in Lubbock.

Oklahoma is on a two-game losing streak against TCU (55-24) and Kansas State (41-34).

Texas has the all-time advantage in unranked matchups against the Sooners, 10-1-1. Click here for a look at the Red River Showdown’s 100+ year history.

Will Quinn Ewers be healthy enough to play?

Former Southlake star and Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers is expected to start in the Alabama game for the first time since his collarbone injury.

Sarkisian told WFAA sister broadcaster KVUE that Ewers threw the ball in practice for weeks.

“[The quarterback room is] healthier than ever since the start of the season, so that’s a positive. We’ll see how the week goes,” said Sarkisian.

Will Dillon Gabriel be healthy enough to play?

Sooners quarterback Dillon Gabriel was kicked out of the TCU game and put on record with a concussion. ESPN’s Pete Thamel has reported this week that Gabriel hasn’t practiced, and OU has given practice snaps to three of their backup quarterbacks: Pitt transfer Davis Beville, East Texas native General Booty and Flower Mound alum Nick Evers.

Thamel reported Beville would be the expected quarterback, but Sooner fans will have to wait and see if Gabriel is available on game day.

where to see

  • Wo Cotton Bowl, Dallas
  • When: Saturday, October 8th at 11am
  • TV: WFAA Ch. 8 ABC (Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Katie George)
  • Electricity: fuboTV
  • Radio: Longhorn IMG Radio Network/104.9 The Horn (Austin flagship); SiriusXM channel 135 or 199 and SXM app channel 953.

More Red River Showdown coverage:

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Laura Coffey

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