Conference title implications, national title implications, one of the final games between two rivals for the foreseeable future — this is the stuff movies are made about.
No. 7 Oklahoma State and No. 10 Oklahoma get together Saturday for Bedlam. Here are some stats and info to get you ready for the game.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ABC (Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Holly Rowe)
|Points Per Game||31.4||38.9|
|Points Allowed Per Game||14.9||24.2|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 159-for-265 (60%)/1,997 yards/15 touchdowns/6 interceptions
OU — Spencer Rattler — 140-for-187 (75%)/1,483 yards/11 touchdowns/5 interceptions
OSU — Jaylen Warren — 220 carries/1,078 yards/10 touchdowns
OU — Kennedy Brooks — 162 carries/972 yards/10 touchdowns
OSU — Tay Martin — 54 catches/765 yards/6 touchdowns
OU — Marvin Mims — 29 catches/644 yards/4 touchdowns
OSU — Malcolm Rodriguez — 95 total tackles/55 solo tackles/10.5 tackles for loss
OU — Brian Asamoah — 78 total tackles/44 solo tackles/3 tackles for loss
OSU — Collin Oliver — 7.5 sacks
OU — Isaiah Thomas — 8 sacks
A lot has been made about this potentially being the last Bedlam game in Stillwater for the foreseeable future. The Cowboys will hope it turns out better than Stillwater’s first Bedlam back in 1920, a 36-0 win for OU.
From there, OSU and OU tied at 3 in the 1922 game in Stillwater before OSU picked up its first home win in the series in a 6-0 victory in 1924.
The Cowboys are 7-36-5 all-time against their in-state rival in Stillwater and 19-81-7 regardless of where the game has been played. Here is a look at how the past 10 Bedlam games have shaken out.
|2014||Oklahoma State||38-35 OT||Norman|
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