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Oklahoma, Texas wearing special Red River Rivalry uniforms


Texas and Oklahoma will wear special gold-accented uniforms this Saturday for the 108th installment of the Red River Rivalry.

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Inspired by the Golden Hat awarded to the winning team since 1941 -- although it was actually bronze until the 1970's -- the jerseys featured gold outlines on the players' numbers and a special gold patch recognizing the series, marking the only changes to the Longhorns' traditional burnt orange home uniforms and Sooners' road whites.

Another noticeable change to the uniforms are on the gloves, which have gold palms, and the cleats, which will also feature gold accents.

Compared to the overkill usually associated with alternate uniforms, these refreshingly meld the classic look OU and UT have worn for generations with a special touch to salute one of the game's great rivalries.

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