#6 Oklahoma At Nebraska | Storylines, How To Watch, Odds, & Predictions

Kickoff: 11:00 AM CT

Location: Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, NE)

Television: FOX

Notes & Storylines

  • Oklahoma (930) and Nebraska (909) rank fourth and eighth in all-time wins among FBS programs.
  • The Sooners lead all FBS programs with their 50 conference titles (have won six of the last seven Big 12 titles and 14 total), while the Huskers rank second with 46 conference championships.
  • The Sooners have won 28 of their last 32 true road games and have scored at least 30 points in 36 of their last 37 true road contests.
  • OU ranks 10th nationally by allowing just 8.0 points per game.
  • Despite ranking second to last nationally in average time of possession this season (22:34), the Sooners have outgained UTEP and Kent State by a combined 311 yards (922-611).
  • Oklahoma is one of 12 teams (one of just five in the Power 5 leagues) that hasn’t committed a turnover this season.
  • Oklahoma leads all Power 5 teams this season with its 23 tackles for loss, 11.5 TFLs per game and total of 111 yards on TFLs.
  • The OU defense is 10th nationally in scoring defense (8.0 ppg), 14th in yards per play allowed (3.9), 34th in rushing defense (96.0 ypg) and 46th in total defense (305.5 ypg).
  • Offensively, Oklahoma ranks 15th nationally by averaging 7.4 yards per play and is 38th in scoring offense (39.0 points per game) and 44th in total offense (461.0 yards per game), despite ranking only 104th in total plays (125 plays, 62.5 per game) and next to last in time of possession (22:34 per game).
  • The Sooners have scored on all eight of their red zone opportunities this season (six touchdowns and two field goals).
  • Oklahoma has scored touchdowns on 10 offensive possessions this season, and only three of those TD drives have taken longer than two minutes of game clock.

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