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Oklahoma Sooners Football vs. Tulane: Game Thread, How to Watch and Final Thoughts

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With Hurricane Ida displacing most of Southeast Louisiana and moving this weekend’s contest to Norman, the Oklahoma Sooners and Tulane Green Wave are set for an unconventional event in which Willie Fritz’s program will officially be the home team. The fact that this is even taking place is a testament to each of these two athletic departments, and they each deserve an emphatic tip of the cap for their efforts.

Before we go any further, I wanted to share a link to The Greater New Orleans Foundation’s Hurricane Ida Relief Fund, which is the charity Tulane endorses.

Time & TV: Saturday, Sept. 4 at 11 a.m. CT on ABV

Commentary: Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek and Tom Luginbill

Streaming: WatchESPN

Line: Oklahoma -31.5 (as of Friday at 11:30 p.m. CT)

O/U: 68

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2021 Game Day Polices & Procedures

Lincoln Riley Week One Presser Notes

OU Depth Chart Against Tulane

Five Big Questions: Offense

Five Big Questions: Defense

My Week 1 Gambling Picks

Oklahoma -31.5 vs. Tulana

Wisconsin -5.5 vs. Penn State

Kansas State -3.5 vs. Stanford

Miami +19.5 vs. Alabama in Atlanta

Indiana +4 at Iowa

West Virginia -2.5 at Maryland

Texas -9.0 vs. Louisiana

Houston -1.5 vs. Texas Tech at NRG Stadium

Clemson -3 vs. Georgia in Charlotte

Notre Dame -7 at Florida State

No Hand Grenades on Bourbon Street. No beers at The Boot. No live music on Frenchmen Street. No burgers at Port of Call. No bad decisions (or at least fewer bad decisions). No bachelor party in New Orleans for yours truly.

We might not be enjoying the opening of football season down in New Orleans, but I’m as excited for this game as any in quite some time. OU fans are getting a true “Party at the Palace” for the first time since November of 2019, and I’m sure as hell not taking that for granted.

Happy game day, Sooner Nation!