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Set for another installment at Cotton Bowl Stadium, long-time rivals Texas and Oklahoma will square off in Dallas on Oct. 11 for the 2014 edition of the Red River Showdown. After falling in the previous three contests, the Longhorns came away with the win in 2013 to the tune of a 36-20 victory over the Sooners. Since first meeting all the way back in 1900, Texas has maintained a commanding lead in the series, and will enter this 109th game versus OU a winner in 60 of the contests.
Cotton Bowl Stadium Seating Information
Standard Cotton Bowl Stadium seating will be offered for the Red River Showdown on Oct. 11, which includes several sections surrounding the field throughout both the Lower and Upper Levels. The Lower Level is comprised of Sections 1-36, while the Upper Level consists of Sections 101-144. For the matchup, Texas is expected to be stationed by Sections 21-27, while Oklahoma will be positioned near Sections 2-9, though this is subject to change without notice.
Cotton Bowl Stadium General Information
Items typically prohibited for events at Cotton Bowl Stadium include coolers, outside food and drink, large bags, umbrellas, noisemakers, strollers, banners, and signs. Personal cameras are typically allowed for still photography, but no professional cameras or recording devices will be permitted.
Cotton Bowl Stadium Parking Information
A variety of parking options are generally available in the vicinity of the Cotton Bowl for a fee. Additional parking may be available at nearby lots as well on a first-come, first-served basis. The area also is served by public transportation. There are no on-site parking spots dedicated specifically for motorcycles, but motorcyclists may park in automobile spots. Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis, so guests are advised to contact the venue before arrival if any assistance will be required.
Cotton Bowl Stadium Gate Times
Cotton Bowl Stadium gates typically open two hours before the start of games, but times are subject to change in advance of the Red River Showdown on Oct. 11.