By CLIFF BRUNT
AP Sports Writer
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Recent meetings between Texas and Oklahoma have been shootouts. Both teams have scored at least 40 points in four of the past six regular-season meetings, with Oklahoma breaking 50 in victories the past two years. There are plenty of reasons to believe the high-scoring trend will continue. Both teams have had issues on defense heading into Saturday’s matchup in Dallas. Oklahoma gave up 509 yards in a 41-34 home loss to Kansas State, then surrendered 668 yards in a 55-24 loss at TCU. Against Texas Tech, the Longhorns held a two-touchdown lead in the second half before losing 37-34 in overtime.