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Oklahoma Sooners Football game at West Virginia cancelled

West Virginia’s program has shut down football operations for seven days due to positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing.

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No “Country Roads”. No pepperoni rolls.

According to press releases from the involved parties, the Saturday’s game between the Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers has been cancelled. West Virginia has shut down its program for the next seven days due to concerns associated with positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing. The game between the two schools was originally slated for Nov. 28 but was postponed due to the same issues within OU’s program.

Fortunately, OU has played enough games to still be eligible for next week’s Big 12 Championship, but this would have provided a much-needed tune-up following the ho-hum performance against Baylor. On the other hand, OU should be fresh heading into this one with two full weeks of practice under its belt.

This seems like a big stretch, but while we’re on this topic, how would you feel about the Oklahoma Sooners playing the Tulsa Golden Hurricane this weekend to make up for each team’s cancellation? Answer in the poll below! (Note: You might not be able to see it if you’re browsing on Google AMP or Apple News)


Would you want Oklahoma to play a game against Tulsa to make up for the cancelled West Virginia game?

This poll is closed

  • 72%
    Yes! I want football this weekend!
    (281 votes)
  • 27%
    No! OU has little to gain!
    (108 votes)
389 votes total Vote Now