Will Oklahoma’s offense look a bit sharper in its first road game?
It’s FOOTBALL TIIIIIIIIIIIIME IN TULSA, OKLAHOMAAAAAA, and the Oklahoma Sooners are playing at The Artist Formerly Known as Skelly Stadium for the first time since 2014. Will the offense look a bit sharper than it did last week? Will the defense continue to come up clutch on third and fourth down?
*Toby Rowland voice* We’re about to find out.
Ready for the storm.
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) September 16, 2023
How to Watch
Time & TV: Saturday, Sept. 16 at 2:30 p.m. CT on ESPN2
Commentary: Dave Flemming, Brock Osweiler and Kayla Burton
Live Stream: ESPN
Line: Oklahoma -28 (as of Saturday at 9 a.m. CT)
LSU at Mississippi State (+9.5) – Jayden Daniels lifts LSU to a win in the end, but that’s a big line on the road.
Kansas State (-3.5) at Missouri – If I’m a Mizzou commit, I might be reconsidering my decision after this game. Not referencing anyone in particular!
Oklahoma (-28) at Tulsa – Last week is hopefully a wake-up call for Jeff Lebby (in more ways than one).
South Carolina at Georgia (-27) – I root for Spencer Rattler whenever he plays, but that pocket presence of his is not, for lack of a better term, compatible with today’s situation.
Minnesota (+7) at North Carolina – Gophers win a battle of contrasting styles.
Tennessee (-5.5) at Florida – The Vols are cursed at The Swamp. Florida, however, is bad and will lose by a touchdown at home. Hard-hitting analysis, I know.
Colorado State at Colorado (-23.5) – At some point, a deep team is going to expose Colorado’s weakness (SPOILER: a lack of depth). This is not that weekend. Thoughts and prayers for former OU assistant Jay Norvell. He’s always been likable, but not sure what he was thinking!