Kickoff: 7:00 PM CT
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium (Stadium, OK)
Oklahoma (10-1, 7-1) looks to complete its third straight oneloss regular season when it plays at Oklahoma State.
Saturday will mark OU’s 114th all-time meeting against OSU, tying the 114 games against Texas for the Sooners’ most versus any program.
OU’s 88 wins against Oklahoma State are its most against one opponent and the second most in FBS history against one program (Nebraska has 91 wins vs. Kansas).
Today’s game will feature the Big 12’s three premier offensive players in Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard. Hurts leads the conference in total offense (394.5 ypg; next most is 349.4) and pass efficiency rating (203.1; next highest is 156.2; FBS record is 199.4), and ranks second in passing yards (289.5) and rushing yards (105.1; second most nationally among QBs) per game. Lamb leads the league with his 99.9 receiving yards per game, 21.7 yards per catch (ranks third nationally) and 14 receiving touchdowns (also third nationally). Hubbard paces the nation in all-purpose yards (185.8 per game) and rushing yards (166.6 per game) while ranking second with 20 rushing TDs.
The Sooners are averaging a national-best 8.44 yards per play, which is just below their own FBS single-season record of 8.60 yards per play set last season.
Craig: 44-28 Oklahoma
Zack: 34-31 Oklahoma State
Mark: 35-34 Oklahoma State
Matt: 47-30 Oklahoma
Rich: 35-24 Oklahoma
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