The season is rapidly approaching and final arrangements are being made. Waiting on the official start times of each contest, fans of the Oklahoma Sooners sit patiently hoping for prime time slots.
It just so happens that the game against the Missouri State Bears is slated for a 6PM kickoff in the Palace on the Prairie on the 12th of September. Likely taking over the starting quarterback position, Spencer Rattler’s debut will be carried on a pay-per-view basis. Those unwilling to fork over money must wait an additional two weeks before witnessing the talent on the field first hand.
On September 26th, the program once again hosts their opponent — this time it’s the Kansas State Wildcats. In the conference pairing, the two foes clash early in the day with an 11AM start time. While it’s not ideal for some, that’s just the way the cookie crumbles.
Additionally, the highly anticipated Red River Rivalry shares the same fate of an 11AM kickoff although it’s not until October 10th. Knowing three start times have dropped, the rest of the conference slate remains a question mark. Those time remain TBD…