OKLAHOMA CITY -- University of Oklahoma senior associate of athletic communications Kenny Mossman issued a press advisory Wednesday morning denying rumors that next year's Red River Rivalry will be played at night.
A Dallas Morning News report stated in a related article that next year's game would be played in the evening. The annual Oklahoma-Texas game is typically played in the afternoon.
Mossman denied the report, stating it was "false" and that "no start time for that game has been determined and it is unlikely that the determination will be made until this summer."
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