Kickoff: 7:00 PM CT
Location: Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX)
Oklahoma’s defense has looked different since Ruffin McNeill took the helm, but in doing so they’ve faced two offenses that were limited in the passing game. That won’t be the case tonight as the Red Raiders are third nationally with 376.8 passing yards per game. They are also tenth nationally in scoring offense at a pace of 42.3 points per game. It’s safe to say that this will be the biggest test McNeill has faced as Oklahoma’s defensive coordinator.
After last week’s loss to Iowa State the Red Raiders are on the outside looking in when it comes to a berth in the Big 12 championship game. That doesn’t mean they are eliminated completely, but what it does mean is that chaos must ensue in order for them to get in. They can light that fire by pulling the upset.
Craig: 48-33 Oklahoma
Rich: 45-28 Oklahoma
Matt: 42-34 Oklahoma
Zack: 56-42 Oklahoma