DALLAS (AP) - Dallas police say they have arrested nearly 50 people for public intoxication on the eve of the college football rivalry game between Oklahoma and Texas.
Most of the arrests Friday night and early Saturday morning were in the West End area, where police say large crowds gathered most of the night.
Police say in a news release there were also 300 parking citations issued and two vehicles towed.
The Red River Rivalry between the No. 8 Sooners and No. 21 Longhorns is being played Saturday afternoon.