We’re in, y’all.
The planets aligned down the stretch for the Oklahoma Sooners, and after 15 weeks into the 2019 season, OU is 12-1, Big 12 Champs, and is officially headed back to the College Football Playoff as the No. 4 seed. It’s Oklahoma’s fourth CFP berth in five years.
For the 4️⃣th time in 5️⃣ years, WE'RE IN!— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) December 8, 2019
OU the No. 4 seed in the #CFBPlayoff semifinals Saturday, Dec. 28.#OUDNA #BoomerSooner pic.twitter.com/pSldCP2T6y
The Sooners will face the No. 1 team in the land — the LSU Tigers — in Atlanta at the Peach Bowl semifinal on Dec. 28 inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
It's official. They're .@OU_Football & @LSUfootball will face off in the #CFAPeachBowl! pic.twitter.com/kEHAivv2Zr— Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (@CFAPeachBowl) December 8, 2019
Oklahoma is 1-1 versus LSU all-time. The Sooners won their first meeting against the Tigers, 35-0 in the 1950 Sugar Bowl. The more recent meeting came in the final game of the 2003 season, when a Nick Saban-led LSU squad defeated OU, 21-14 for a BCS National Championship.
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