The No. 3 Oklahoma Sooners (7-0, 4-0) are coming off their most comfortable win of the season against an FBS opponent, and are now looking to continue their streak of good vibes north of the state border. Meanwhile, the Kansas Jayhawks (1-5, 0-3) are looking forward to the upcoming college basketball season. Will this matchup become more interesting than it needs to be? Share your thoughts in the game thread below.
Take it away, Toby.
The #Sooners are back in the Sunflower State to battle the birds. Here we go!@LandersCDJROK Scene Setter ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/PKdu2AR8u8— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) October 23, 2021
Time & TV: Saturday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. CT on ESPN
Commentary: Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III and Quint Kessenich
Line: Oklahoma -38.5 (as of Saturday at 8 a.m. CT)
Mike Plank’s preview of Oklahoma at KU for Rock Chalk Talk
Allen Kenney looks at where OU can improve going into the back half of the season
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Marvelous Marvin was in!— Crimson and Not Big 12 Machine (@CCMachine) October 12, 2021
This shirt is officially licensed by Oklahoma #Sooners WR Marvin Mims and is part of @BreakingT’s RAMP offering. https://t.co/DOO5WhSW72
A special shoutout to Jack and Ashley for getting married last night! BOOMER!
Did the damn thing pic.twitter.com/hx8SMCMlsX— Crimson and Not Big 12 Machine (@CCMachine) October 23, 2021
Oklahoma has more talent than Kansas does at practically every position on the field. The Sooners also have more depth than the Jayhawks, more experience, and a culture imbued with a winning standard. Simply put, OU should not have any difficulty putting away this KU team today, but college football is the most exciting sport because there truly are no guarantees. That being said, I just don’t see anything wildly unexpected happening in Lawrence on this day. Here’s to all the stats being heavily padded and absolutely no injuries.
Oklahoma 65, Kansas 9
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