Weber's parents live in Lawton but instead of going south to Wichita Falls, Texas, before taking the highway to Dallas, he and his friend cut over to I-35 for the longer journey.
“We wanted to be part of the group of fans driving down for the game,” Weber said. “It's all part of what makes this the experience that it is.
“I love everything about it — the whole atmosphere — everything.”
Weber expects a tight game.
“I think it's probably going to be closer than I want it to be,” he said. “But I think we'll be able to run on them and it'll be a lower-scoring game and OU will get a turnover or something and win it late.”
Like Stacey Hatt, Weber likes what he's seen from the defense so far, especially in last week's win over Texas Tech.
“I absolutely think that's going to be a difference maker,” Weber said. “The DBs are contesting the ball way more this year. Before, they'd let them catch it and then make the tackle. I'll take a couple of pass interference penalties if it means playing defense like that.”