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John & Rick at Bob's Good Junk in Savannah, Okla. John & Rick at Bob's Good Junk in Savannah, Okla.
Rick and photographer Bryan in Atoka doing an interview at Stuteville Ford's cookout. Rick and photographer Bryan in Atoka doing an interview at Stuteville Ford's cookout.

Channel 8's John Moss and Rick Pendergraft are on their way to Dallas for this year's Red River Shootout.

The guys are covering the game Saturday between the Longhorns of Texas and the Oklahoma Sooners.

They're traveling down Highway 69/75 and stopping at some of the well-known land marks, like Bob's Good Junk. It's a roadside store known for it's simple plywood scoreboard that predicts the final score of every Sooners ball game.

The Sports Guys aren't alone on their trek to Texas. They've seen several trucks and cars decked out in OU gear.

Rick and John will be live from Friday on Tulsa's Channel 8 evening news.

Saturday morning, be sure to join them for our Red River Rivalry Pre-game Special, brought to you by Jim Glover Chevrolet. It starts at 10:30am and the game follows right after, all on KTUL-TV Tulsa's Channel 8.

 

 

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