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A week after being stung in the Red River Rivaly, the No. 18 Oklahoma Sooners will look to take out the unranked Kansas Jayhawks.
Entering Saturday’s game Oklahoma is 5-1 while Kansas is 2-3.
Coverage of the game between Oklahoma and Kansas will air on ESPN beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS.
The Odds: The Oklahoma Sooners are 22 point favorites against the Kansas Jayhawks. The over/under for this game is 49 total points.
Will Oklahoma bounce back or will Kansas seize an opportunity?
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LAWRENCE, Kan. --Even Kansas coach Bill Self admitted there wasn't a whole lot one could glean from the open-to-the-public scrimmage his Jayhawks played Saturday morning.
But it was yet another observational session for Self as he continues to analyze just exactly what kind of team his Jayhawks will be this year amid so many new faces.
"Maybe the best thing is the kids got...
Consider Saturday an experiment for the Oklahoma football team.
While no one is suggesting the Sooners will lose to Kansas, there are plenty of issues that need to be settled.
Here are three things Oklahoma will be trying to figure out vs. Kansas:
1. What are they going to get out of Blake Bell?
So far we've seen two different kinds of games from Bell. He was great against...
It is Gameday! The University of Oklahoma’s #18 ranked Football team takes it 5-1 record (2-1 conference) into enemy territory against KU in Lawrence, Kansas. Even though this is a game against a team that is ranked near the bottom nationally, it is still a big game for the Sooners as they attempt to recover after a disappointing loss against Texas last week.. Also, Josh Heupel...
CU Homecoming … 1950
This week, I received a wonderful gift.
A friend of a friend had a CU football program … from the Buffs’ 1950 homecoming game against Oklahoma. He also had a Colorado Alumnus magazine from 1951. The former Buff didn’t have much use for these old mementos, but our mutual friend knew that they would find a welcome home with me.
So I have to share...
Despite what many think, the Kansas Jayhawks are still 2-3. Some might think it’s 0-5 based on who you talk to, but at 2-3, they’ll face Oklahoma today at Memorial Stadium looking to pull off a major upset that would be a signature win under coach Charlie Weis. Here are five things to watch for, as the Jayhawks hope to do the unthinkable.
The Kansas Jayhawks will be sporting their new grey jerseys when the Oklahoma Sooners visit Lawrence during Week 8 of the 2013 college football season.