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Comparing The Schedules For Texas, Oklahoma In 2018

The Texas Longhorns mascot Bevo standing in his corner during a game.

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 10: Bevo, the mascot of the Texas Longhorns, stands in his corner during a game against the Colorado Buffaloes on October 10, 2009 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Texas won 38-14. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Let's take a look at the schedules for both Texas and Oklahoma in 2018.

The 2017 season isn't quite over, and Oklahoma, one of the four College Football Playoff participants, still has a chance to win a national title. But it's never too early to look ahead to next year. Let's compare what the Sooners will be facing in 2018 - along with their rival, Texas.

Per usual, both teams will play the other nine Big 12 schools. But Oklahoma will take on Florida Atlantic, UCLA and Army in non-con. Texas gets Maryland, Tulsa and USC.

Let's take a look at each team's schedule, week-by-week.



Week 1

Florida Atlantic

at Maryland

Week 2



Week 3

at Iowa State


Week 4



Week 5


at Kansas State

Week 6

Texas (Cotton Bowl)

Oklahoma (Cotton Bowl)

Week 7



Week 8

at TCU


Week 9

Kansas State

at Oklahoma State

Week 10

at Texas Tech

West Virginia

Week 11

Oklahoma State

at Texas Tech

Week 12


Iowa State

Week 13

at West Virginia

at Kansas

Verdict: The two schedules are very, very close in terms of strength. But we'll give the edge to Texas, which has to knock off Pac-12 powerhouse USC.