Kickoff: 2:30 PM CT
Location: Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK)
Ruffin McNeill’s defense faces its second test and it’ll be much different than TCU. The Wildcats are limited in what they do offensively, but they’re really good at the things they can do. K-State’s run game will look to attack Oklahoma’s front line and will look to put pressure on the linebackers, ultimately leaving defensive backs in one-on-one coverage. If the Sooners get beat at the line of scrimmage then this game will get a little uncomfortable.
Kansas State is coming off a bye and they entered the off-week on a high note, having destroyed Oklahoma State in Manhattan two weeks ago. They’ll look to implement some of the same strategy against OU as they fight for bowl eligibility. KSU must win three of their final five to get a berth into the postseason.
Craig: 54-21 Oklahoma
Rich: 38-10 Oklahoma
Matt: 37-24 Oklahoma
Zack: 45-17 Oklahoma