Red River Showdown: Annual Results from the Texas vs. Oklahoma Rivalry

    The Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners have had a long history of their Red River Showdown rivalry since it began in 1900 leading to instant classic matchups.

    The Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners have squared off 119 times and the Red River Showdown is one of the best rivalries in sports.

    Red River Showdown Record: All-Time Results Between Oklahoma and Texas

    Both Texas and Oklahoma have been playing in this historical rivalry since 1900. The first half of the century was dominated by Texas, with the back half dominated by Oklahoma.

    Texas currently leads the series 63-51-5.

    Here are all the results of the 119 games the two teams have played against each other.

    • 1900 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 2
    • 1901 – Texas 12, Oklahoma 6
    • 1901 – Texas 11, Oklahoma 0
    • 1902 – Texas 22, Oklahoma 6
    • 1903 – Texas 6, Oklahoma 6 (Tie)
    • 1903 – Texas 11, Oklahoma 5
    • 1904 – Texas 40, Oklahoma 10
    • 1905 – Oklahoma 2, Texas 0
    • 1906 – Texas 10, Oklahoma 9
    • 1907 – Texas 29, Oklahoma 10
    • 1908 – Oklahoma 50, Texas 0
    • 1909 – Texas 30, Oklahoma 0
    • 1910 – Oklahoma 3, Texas 0
    • 1911 – Oklahoma 6, Texas 3
    • 1912 – Oklahoma 21, Texas 6
    • 1913 – Texas 14, Oklahoma 6
    • 1914 – Texas 32, Oklahoma 7
    • 1915 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 13
    • 1916 – Texas 21, Oklahoma 7
    • 1917 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 0
    • 1918 – Oklahoma 12, Texas 7
    • 1922 – Texas 32, Oklahoma 7
    • 1923 – Texas 26, Oklahoma 14
    • 1929 – Texas 21, Oklahoma 0
    • 1930 – Texas 17, Oklahoma 7
    • 1931 – Texas 3, Oklahoma 0
    • 1932 – Texas 17, Oklahoma 10
    • 1933 – Oklahoma 9, Texas 0
    • 1934 – Texas 19, Oklahoma 0
    • 1935 – Texas 12, Oklahoma 7
    • 1936 – Texas 6, Oklahoma 0
    • 1937 – Texas 7, Oklahoma 7 (Tie)
    • 1938 – Oklahoma 13, Texas 0
    • 1939 – Oklahoma 24, Texas 12
    • 1940 – Texas 19, Oklahoma 16
    • 1941 – Texas 40, Oklahoma 7
    • 1942 – Texas 7, Oklahoma 0
    • 1943 – Texas 13, Oklahoma 7
    • 1944 – Texas 20, Oklahoma 0
    • 1945 – Texas 12, Oklahoma 7
    • 1946 – Texas 20, Oklahoma 13
    • 1947 – Texas 34, Oklahoma 14
    • 1948 – Oklahoma 20, Texas 14
    • 1949 – Oklahoma 20, Texas 14

    • 1950 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 13
    • 1951 – Texas 9, Oklahoma 7
    • 1952 – Oklahoma 49, Texas 20
    • 1953 – Oklahoma 19, Texas 14
    • 1954 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 7
    • 1955 – Oklahoma 20, Texas 0
    • 1956 – Oklahoma 45, Texas 0
    • 1957 – Oklahoma 21, Texas 7
    • 1958 – Texas 15, Oklahoma 14
    • 1959 – Texas 19, Oklahoma 12
    • 1960 – Texas 24, Oklahoma 0
    • 1961 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 7
    • 1962 – Texas 9, Oklahoma 6
    • 1963 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 7
    • 1964 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 7
    • 1965 – Texas 19, Oklahoma 0
    • 1966 – Oklahoma 18, Texas 9
    • 1967 – Texas 9, Oklahoma 7
    • 1968 – Texas 26, Oklahoma 20
    • 1969 – Texas 27, Oklahoma 17
    • 1970 – Texas 41, Oklahoma 9
    • 1971 – Oklahoma 48, Texas 27
    • 1972 – Oklahoma 27, Texas 0
    • 1973 – Oklahoma 52, Texas 13
    • 1974 – Oklahoma 16, Texas 13
    • 1975 – Oklahoma 24, Texas 17
    • 1976 – Texas 6, Oklahoma 6 (Tie)
    • 1977 – Texas 13, Oklahoma 6
    • 1978 – Oklahoma 31, Texas 10
    • 1979 – Texas 16, Oklahoma 7

    • 1980 – Texas 20, Oklahoma 13
    • 1981 – Texas 34, Oklahoma 14
    • 1982 – Oklahoma 28, Texas 22
    • 1983 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 16
    • 1984 – Texas 15, Oklahoma 15 (Tie)
    • 1985 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 7
    • 1986 – Oklahoma 47, Texas 12
    • 1987 – Oklahoma 44, Texas 9
    • 1988 – Oklahoma 28, Texas 13
    • 1989 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 24
    • 1990 – Texas 14, Oklahoma 13
    • 1991 – Texas 10, Oklahoma 7
    • 1992 – Texas 34, Oklahoma 24
    • 1993 – Oklahoma 38, Texas 17
    • 1994 – Texas 17, Oklahoma 10
    • 1995 – Texas 24, Oklahoma 24 (Tie)
    • 1996 – Oklahoma 30, Texas 27 (OT)
    • 1997 – Texas 27, Oklahoma 24
    • 1998 – Texas 34, Oklahoma 3
    • 1999 – Texas 38, Oklahoma 28

    • 2000 – Oklahoma 63, Texas 14
    • 2001 – Oklahoma 14, Texas 3
    • 2002 – Oklahoma 35, Texas 24
    • 2003 – Oklahoma 65, Texas 13
    • 2004 – Oklahoma 12, Texas 0
    • 2005 – Texas 45, Oklahoma 12
    • 2006 – Texas 28, Oklahoma 10
    • 2007 – Oklahoma 28, Texas 21
    • 2008 – Texas 45, Oklahoma 35
    • 2009 – Texas 16, Oklahoma 13
    • 2010 – Oklahoma 28, Texas 20
    • 2011 – Oklahoma 55, Texas 17
    • 2012 – Oklahoma 63, Texas 21
    • 2013 – Texas 36, Oklahoma 20
    • 2014 – Oklahoma 31, Texas 26
    • 2015 – Texas 24, Oklahoma 17
    • 2016 – Oklahoma 45, Texas 40
    • 2017 – Oklahoma 29, Texas 24
    • 2018 – Texas 48, Oklahoma 45
    • 2018 – Oklahoma 39, Texas 27 (Big 12 Title Game)
    • 2019 – Oklahoma 34, Texas 27
    • 2020 – Oklahoma 53, Texas 45 (4 OT)
    • 2021 – Oklahoma 55, Texas 48
    • 2022 – Texas 49, Oklahoma 0
    • 2023 – Oklahoma 34, Texas 30

    How Many Times Has Texas Beaten Oklahoma?

    Texas leads the series against Oklahoma, winning 63 games in 118 meetings. Thirty of the wins came before 1951 in 46 matches together. The longest winning streak for Texas was eight games between 1940 and 1947.

    How Many Times Has Oklahoma Beaten Texas?

    For Oklahoma, the Sooners have won 51 games against Texas since the series began in 1900. Before 1951, Oklahoma only had 14 wins against Texas, but since 1952, the Sooners took over the rivalry, winning 37 matchups in 72 games.

    What is the Largest Victory in Red River Showdown History?

    The honor of the largest victory in the series goes to Oklahoma back in their 2003 season, where they fell short in the national title game against LSU. Oklahoma was the number one ranked team in the country, while Texas was 11 in the rankings going into the game. The Sooners blew out Texas 65-13 in a battle of the top 11 teams in the country.

    Both teams scored touchdowns on their first drives of the game to be tied 7-7. Oklahoma went on a 20-0 run as they went into halftime with a 37-13 lead over Texas. Four Oklahoma touchdowns in the second half helped close the game out with a 65-13 win.

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    Oklahoma quarterback Jason White completed 81% of his passes for 290 yards and four touchdowns. Wide receiver Mark Clayton was the leading receiver in the game with eight catches for 190 yards and one touchdown. The Sooners’ defense recorded three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown.

    The win helped set Oklahoma up with success the rest of the season despite not winning the conference. Beating a top 15 team like Texas helped them stay in the running for the BCS national championship so this game was arguably the most important win of the season for the Sooners.

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