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Wildcats seek third straight win in Norman
In the past five meetings between Oklahoma and Kansas State, the home team has unsuccessfully defended its turf. While the Wildcats have won close contests in Norman (24-19 in 2012 and 31-30 in 2014), the Sooners have won with more authority in Manhattan (58-17 in 2011, 41-31 in 2013 and 55-0 in 2015). If the pattern holds, KSU and 19th-ranked OU are in for a dogfight Saturday (11 a.m. ESPN) on Owen Field. More

OU-Texas go overtime
The Crimson-clad faithful was whooping and hollering in the stands, while OU football players were hugging and congratulating running back James Allen in the north end zone of the Cotton Bowl. OU cornerback Anthony Fogle carried the huge OU flag the length of the field and staked it in the south end zone as the Sooner Schooner rolled out onto the field. More

Sooners’ backs against the wall
Bob Stoops has not lost consecutive regular season games as Oklahoma’s head coach since his first year in 1999. His Sooners lost to Notre Dame and Texas that year. OU is coming off a humiliating loss to Ohio State two weeks ago, and Sooners’ backs are against the wall. More

Battle of the Blue Bloods
Two of college football’s tradition-rich powers meet Saturday (6:30 p.m., FOX) when No. 3 Ohio State battles No. 14 Oklahoma in Norman. Two weeks ago, ESPN released its list of college football Blue Bloods and the Sooners and Buckeyes are listed as two of the 10 most important programs in the history of college football. More