Wright spent 13 seasons at Texas in various positions before joining Stoops' first OU staff in 1999.
“When I went to Texas, he was a there,” Boulware said. “He knew me back in the day. ... He knew me when I had snot on my nose and didn't know how to put one foot in front of the other.”
Boulware, Wright, Helms, Bobby Warmack, Rex Norris, Clarence James and current Longhorns head coach Mack Brown — Switzer's offensive coordinator in 1984 — are believed to be the only seven men to have coached at both OU and Texas.
And, of course, there's Darrell Royal, an Oklahoma gridiron star from 1946-49 who became Texas' greatest head coach and stadium's namesake.
Asked if he'll feel weird Oct. 12 in the Cotton Bowl, Boulware firmly answered in the negative.
“It's not gonna be weird at all,” Boulware said. “If you see my little 5-year-old daughter ... every time I look at her, she gives me a big old hug and kiss.
“This is how I feed my family. So when I look at that little girl, and then I like across that field, all I'm thinking about is this is how I feed my family.
“It's gonna be real easy for me to go out and try to beat them down a little bit.”