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No. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State: Game thread, how to watch, Week 14 viewing guide and final thoughts

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Game day greetings, Sooner Nation! Hope everyone is enjoying a happy Thanksgiving weekend. Bedlam has finally arrived, with the No. 7 Oklahoma Sooners taking on the No. 21 Oklahoma State Cowboys under the prime-time lights tonight in Stillwater.

The last month has been a near-nauseating ride of ups and downs through each 60 minutes the Sooners have played a football game, but 10-1 Oklahoma — with all major goals still in sight — look to finish out the regular season with a statement road win against a ranked opponent. The Cowboys, 8-3 on the season, are always ready to play the spoiler against their fiercest rivals. The stage and state are set for a good ol’ shootout in Stillwater.

Head on down to the comments section for the game thread, where we’ll be asking questions, making predictions and discussing the day’s action with y’all. We also have a college football TV schedule (with streaming links) down at the bottom of the post.

Coverage Info

TV: FOX 7:00 P.M. CT

Live Stream: FOXSportsGo

TV Commentary: Joe Davis, Brock Huard and Bruce Feldman

Radio: OU Radio / TuneIn / SXM 200 / Español

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OU takes its’ 88-18-7 all-time record against Little Brother to Stillwater for the 114th meeting in the series and looks for a fifth-straight win against Mike Gundy’s Fightin’ Mullets. The Pokes will be without star wide receiver Tylan Wallace and starting QB Spencer Sanders, but hope the nation’s leading rusher — the dynamic Chuba Hubbard — can keep them within striking distance against the Playoff-chasing Sooners at home.

These are the types of games in which Heisman moments are made for unlikely candidates such as Hubbard. Although the nation knows the award is Joe Burrow’s to lose this season, a strong performance against the Sooners this evening likely punches Hubbard’s ticket to be in New York in December. It’s up to Alex Grinch’s defense to make sure the electric rusher is kept in check, or else it’ll be another Bedlam nail biter — and I’m not sure how much more of these my digestive system can take.

Hawaii grad transfer Dru Brown steps in for Sanders and will look to keep the Cowboys offense on pace with the potent Oklahoma attack, which despite the multitude of turnovers through the last four games, has still been near unstoppable when taking care of the ball. I see Hurts committing only one turnover today — most likely a creative combo of fumble/interception that will be equal parts impressive and infuriating — but luckily, it won’t be enough to let this one slip away.

Sooners come out strong, build a lead, watch lead evaporate, re-build lead, hang on and survive another late-November trip to Stillwater.

Score: OU 41, OSU 27

College Football Week 14 Viewing Guide

Saturday TV Schedule (CT)

Matchup Time (CT) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (CT) TV Streaming
#1 Ohio State at #13 Michigan 11:00 AM FOX
#3 Clemson at South Carolina 11:00 AM ESPN
#4 Georgia at Georgia Tech 11:00 AM ABC
Texas State at Coastal Carolina 11:00 AM ESPN+ ESPN+
Tulsa at East Carolina 11:00 AM ESPNU
Florida International at Marshall 11:00 AM CBSSN
Louisville at Kentucky 11:00 AM SEC Network
Northwestern at Illinois 11:00 AM FS1
Indiana at Purdue 11:00 AM ESPN2
Wake Forest at Syracuse 11:30 AM ACCNX
Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky 1:00 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Charlotte at Old Dominion 1:00 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Wyoming at Air Force 1:00 PM None Facebook
New Mexico State at Liberty 1:00 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Rice at UTEP 2:00 PM ESPN3
UNLV at Nevada 2:00 PM AT&T SportsNet
#5 Alabama at #15 Auburn 2:30 PM CBS
#12 Wisconsin at #8 Minnesota 2:30 PM ABC
#9 Baylor at Kansas 2:30 PM ESPN
Rutgers at #10 Penn State 2:30 PM BTN
UConn at Temple 2:30 PM CBSSN
Southern Mississippi at Florida Atlantic 2:30 PM NFL
UTSA at Louisiana Tech 2:30 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Boston College at Pittsburgh 2:30 PM ACC Network
Miami at Duke 2:30 PM ESPN2
Maryland at Michigan State 2:30 PM FS1
Oregon State at #14 Oregon 3:00 PM Pac-12 Networks
#16 Notre Dame at Stanford 3:00 PM FOX
Vanderbilt at Tennessee 3:00 PM SEC Network
UAB at North Texas 3:00 PM Stadium
Utah State at New Mexico 3:00 PM Stadium Facebook
Tulane at SMU 3:00 PM ESPNU
Georgia State at Georgia Southern 5:00 PM ESPN+ ESPN+
Texas A&M at #2 LSU 6:00 PM ESPN
#23 Iowa State at Kansas State 6:00 PM FS1
Navy at Houston 6:00 PM ESPN2
North Carolina at NC State 6:00 PM ACC Network
Colorado at #6 Utah 6:30 PM ABC
Florida State at #11 Florida 6:30 PM SEC Network
UL Monroe at Louisiana 6:30 PM ESPNU
#7 Oklahoma at #21 Oklahoma State 7:00 PM FOX
BYU at San Diego State 8:00 PM CBSSN
Arizona at Arizona State 9:00 PM ESPN
California at UCLA 9:30 PM FS1
Fresno State at San Jose State 9:30 PM ESPN2
Army at Hawai'i 10:59 PM CBSSN

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