5 Bold Predictions For Oklahoma vs. Texas In College Football Week 6

By Trevor Lowry
5 Bold Predictions For Oklahoma vs. Texas In College Football Week 6
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Bold Predictions For Oklahoma vs. Texas

Bold Predictions For Oklahoma vs. Texas Credit: Getty Images
The Red River Rivalry is one of the biggest games of the year. That is because the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns are powerhouses in college football. Unfortunately for Texas, the Charlie Strong era hasn’t gone very smoothly, and the Sooners are College Football Playoff contenders.

Therefore, this rivalry game might not be as entertaining this year — well, at least when it comes to a close game to the very end.

Bold Predictions For Oklahoma vs. Texas

The Red River Rivalry is one of the biggest games of the year. That is because the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns are powerhouses in college football. Unfortunately for Texas, the Charlie Strong era hasn’t gone very smoothly, and the Sooners are College Football Playoff contenders.

Therefore, this rivalry game might not be as entertaining this year — well, at least when it comes to a close game to the very end.

5. Texas Blanks Oklahoma For One Quarter

5. Texas Blanks Oklahoma For One Quarter Credit: Getty Images
Texas is struggling to keep other teams from scoring the football and Oklahoma is capable of dropping 50+ on anyone in the country. And that is why they call them bold predictions, folks.

5. Texas Blanks Oklahoma For One Quarter

Texas is struggling to keep other teams from scoring the football and Oklahoma is capable of dropping 50+ on anyone in the country. And that is why they call them bold predictions, folks.

4. Texas’ Offense Actually Shows Promise For One Half

4. Texas’ Offense Actually Shows Promise For One Half Credit: Getty Images
I'm not sure which half it will be, but you can't expect Texas to be a no-show for every Big 12 game, can you?

Rivalry games tend to bring out the best in teams (even bad ones), and that will be the case for the Longhorns for a couple of quarters.

4. Texas’ Offense Actually Shows Promise For One Half

I'm not sure which half it will be, but you can't expect Texas to be a no-show for every Big 12 game, can you?

Rivalry games tend to bring out the best in teams (even bad ones), and that will be the case for the Longhorns for a couple of quarters.

3. Samaje Perine Finally Has That Breakout Game We Have All Been Waiting For

3. Samaje Perine Finally Has That Breakout Game We Have All Been Waiting For Credit: Getty Images
Samaje Perine isn't expected to do everything this year, which is a big reason why his numbers aren't Heisman-like in 2015. Perine is going to run wild in this one, though, which could lead to 200+ yards on the ground and a score or two.

3. Samaje Perine Finally Has That Breakout Game We Have All Been Waiting For

Samaje Perine isn't expected to do everything this year, which is a big reason why his numbers aren't Heisman-like in 2015. Perine is going to run wild in this one, though, which could lead to 200+ yards on the ground and a score or two.

2. Baker Mayfield Enters The Top 3 For Heisman Race

2. Baker Mayfield Enters The Top 3 For Heisman Race Credit: Getty Images
Baker Mayfield has done some breaking out onto the scene in 2015. After this week, he will be in the top three when it comes to the Heisman race.

For that to happen, he is going to have to have a monster game (the easy part), and the voters are actually going to have to give him the credit he deserves (the hard part).

2. Baker Mayfield Enters The Top 3 For Heisman Race

Baker Mayfield has done some breaking out onto the scene in 2015. After this week, he will be in the top three when it comes to the Heisman race.

For that to happen, he is going to have to have a monster game (the easy part), and the voters are actually going to have to give him the credit he deserves (the hard part).

1. Red River Rivalry Does Not End Well For Texas

1. Red River Rivalry Does Not End Well For Texas Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports
Let me throw out a couple of facts at you: Texas is 1-4. Oklahoma is 4-0. The Sooners are ranked in the top 10. Are the Longhorns even ranked in the top 100 (don't answer that).

Oklahoma is going to win ... by a lot.

1. Red River Rivalry Does Not End Well For Texas

Let me throw out a couple of facts at you: Texas is 1-4. Oklahoma is 4-0. The Sooners are ranked in the top 10. Are the Longhorns even ranked in the top 100 (don't answer that).

Oklahoma is going to win ... by a lot.

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