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After important conference wins, both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are both undefeated and are now ranked in the top 10 of the latest AP poll.
Caleb Williams had a big starting debut for No. 4 Oklahoma, throwing for 295 yards and four touchdowns and running for another score in the Sooners’ 52-31 victory over TCU on Saturday night. The freshman from Washington, D.C., unseated Spencer Rattler as the starter after leading a comeback victory over Texas last week in Dallas. He started fast against TCU with an opening 75-yard touchdown drive that took just under three minutes.
Shamari Brooks scored on a 3-yard run with 47-seconds to play, lifting Tulsa to a 32-31 win over South Florida on Saturday. The winning nine-play, 42-yard drive was set up when the defense stopped the Bulls twice, beginning with a third-and-1, giving the offense the ball with 4:20 to play.
News On 6’s Jonathan Huskey joined our 4 p.m. team to talk about the big matchups, including the Tulsa Tech Game of the Week between Coweta and McAlester, and a look ahead at Oklahoma State’s top-25 matchup against Texas.
Kyrie Irving said Wednesday he didn't want to lose salary or a chance to compete for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets, but was doing "what's best for me" by refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
For the Tigers, a lot is on the line. Beyond homecoming, the annual pink-out game and staying undefeated - there is much more behind this game.