Both Oklahoma and Texas will be without key players for the Red Rivalry matchup Saturday morning (11 a.m., WFAA/Ch. 8) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.Oklahoma senior linebacker and defensive leader Corey Nelson suffered a partially torn pectoral muscle in Saturday’s 20-17 win against TCU.Coach Bob Stoops said that Nelson is scheduled to undergo surgery on Tuesday and will likely miss the remainder of the season. Nelson played at Dallas Skyline High School.Texas quarterback David Ash was ruled out of the game Saturday because of lingering effects of his head injury.Case McCoy, a senior who is 1-1 as a starter this season for the Longhorns (3-2, 2-0 in Big 12), will start against OU. McCoy will be backed up by freshman Tyrone Swoopes.Cornerback Sheroid Evans also will miss the Oklahoma game because of a knee injury sustained against Iowa State.TCU roundup• Soccer: TCU (4-6-3, 0-2-1 Big 12) and Oklahoma State (5-3-5, 1-1-2) battled to a 0-0 double overtime tie Sunday at Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium. The Cowgirls had a 21-20 edge in shots. TCU goalkeeper Vittoria Arnold had five saves. • Women’s golf: Senior Sanna Nuutinen fired a 69 to help the Horned Frogs into a tie for 10th after two rounds of the Schooner Fall Classic in Norman, Okla. LSU leads at 586. TCU is at 604.Injury roundup • Georgia: Running back Keith Marshall and wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley will miss the rest of the season after injuring their right knees Saturday during a 34-31 overtime victory at Tennessee. Wide receiver Michael Bennett (knee) will undergo further evaluation. • Notre Dame: Middle linebacker Jarrett Grace was lost for the season with a broken right leg against Arizona State on Saturday night in Arlington. Senior receiver Daniel Smith has a broken left ankle and also is out for the season.Late Saturday game • No. 5 Stanford 31, No. 15 Washington 28: Ty Montgomery had 290 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns, and the Cardinal held on to beat the Huskies in a matchup of unbeaten Pac-12 North teams. Montgomery returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a TD and caught a 34-yard pass for another score to put Stanford in control.