Oklahoma vs. West Virginia | Storylines, How To Watch, Odds, & Predictions

Kickoff: 6:30 PM CT

Location:  Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK)

Television: ABC

Notes & Storylines

  • Oklahoma is 25-2 (.926) in home games under Lincoln Riley and the average score in those contests has been 48-22.
  • OU has won 11 games in a row, which represents the 14th winning streak of at least 10 games in program history and the Sooners’ longest since winning 14 straight over the 2016 and ’17 seasons.
  • The Sooners have as many Big 12 titles the last six seasons (six) as they have lost games against Big 12 opponents (51-6 record; includes four Big 12 Championship games).
  • Oklahoma has been the Big 12 champion for 2,123 consecutive days.
  • OU is 146-31 (.825) in regular season Big 12 play since the start of the 2000 season. That’s 26 more wins than the program with the next most victories during that period (Texas; 120-57) and 46 more than the program with the third most (Oklahoma State; 100-78).
  • OU has won seven of its last eight Big 12 openers and 11 of its last 13.
  • OU is 44-10-1 all-time as the No.4-ranked team in the AP poll, and 22-2 at home.
  • In Oklahoma’s three games against West Virginia with Lincoln Riley as head coach, the Sooners have averaged 56.7 points and 624.7 yards (271.7 rushing/353.3 passing) per game.
  • OU is the only program West Virginia has not defeated since joining the Big 12 prior to the 2012 season.
  • In two home games against the Mountaineers under Riley, the Sooners have averaged 55.5 points, 603.0 yards of total offense, 348.0 passing yards, 255.0 rushing yards, 7.0 yards per rush and 10.1 yards per play.
  • OU ranks fifth nationally with its 4.3 sacks per game and is ninth in the country with 9.0 tackles for loss per contest.

Matt: Oklahoma 38 – West Virginia 21

Rich: Oklahoma 34 – West Virginia 14

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