AUSTIN, Texas — Texas fans are on their way to Dallas, but not without their school spirit. They made a pit stop at the Texas favorite, Buc-ee's, in Temple.

"Honestly, being with all of my pledge brothers, my pledge sisters, it's going to be fantastic," said Baylor Watkins, a Texas fan. "Honestly, we're going to show OU who is better. It's all about the culture. It's about showing OU who's better."  

Burnt orange took over Temple's Buc-ee's and the Red River showdown is less than a day away. Fans said they're excited to cheer on their favorite team.

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"I started working for the University of Texas in 2010 and I got branded. They pay for a lot of my bills," said Gerry Ruffino. "Texas is going to win. It's going to be a high-scoring game, 48-45 again with a field goal to win the game."

"Getting that result on the end of the weekend, that's all I'm looking forward to, getting that golden hat," said Kristian Leiner.

The game starts at 11 a.m. at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

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