Texas football has an enormous rivalry showdown on the morning of Oct. 10 against another blue blood program in the Oklahoma Sooners.
On Fox Sports “Big Noon Kickoff” on Oct. 10 ahead of the Red River Rivalry game between Texas football and the Oklahoma Sooners, the crew picked which out of these two blue blood schools has the best uniforms. And all on the set but the former USC Trojans running back Reggie Bush picked Texas as the better uniforms over the Sooners.
Texas and Oklahoma truly do have some of the best and most recognizable brands and uniforms in the nation.
Former Ohio State Buckeyes and Florida Gators head coach Urban Meyer mentioned how clean it looked with former legendary Texas quarterback Vince Young repping the Longhorns all-white uniforms. Former USC quarterback Matt Leinart also tapped into the look of the burnt orange uniforms with the white helmets. Ex-Notre Dame Fighting Irish star quarterback Brady Quinn also gave the Longhorns a big nod with their traditional uniforms.
Bush mentioned that the crimson and cream colors of the Oklahoma uniform is something that he feels works well together. But he was the lone person on set going with the Sooners over the Longhorns in this debate.
After discussing the uniforms in Red River, the Fox Sports Big Noon Kickoff crew discussed who has the best uniforms in all of college football. Quinn and Meyer went with the homer picks with Notre Dame and Ohio State. But Quinn also mentioned that his overall favorite could be the Penn State Nittany Lions. And then Leinart picked the Michigan Wolverines, Bush the Oregon Ducks, and the host going with the Florida State Seminoles.
There are a lot of uniforms to pick from across the entirety of the college landscape, and Texas and Oklahoma both definitely belong in the conversation. It’s hard for any Texas fan to not pick the Longhorns as the best uniforms and helmets in the entire country, though.
Texas and Oklahoma are set to kick off in Red River at the Cotton Bowl at the Texas State Fairgrounds in Dallas on Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. CT. Oklahoma has a two-game winning streak in Red River, but they carry a two-game losing streak into this game. Texas has holds a one-game losing streak heading into this game, and a 62-48-5 edge in the history of the Red River Rivalry.