How to watch OU vs. Texas Tech

NORMAN, Oklahoma. — After a thrilling win on their own Senior Night, the Sooners will now look to upset Texas Tech’s at Jones AT&T Stadium. They come into this regular season finale riding a 10-game winning streak in the series and holding a 23-6 lead between the two.

Here’s a look at how to watch Saturday’s Sooners vs. Red Raiders contest.

When: 6:30 p.m. Central Time


Radio: 107.7 The KRXO-FM Franchise


The FS1 broadcast team consists of Eric Collins on play-by-play and Devin Gardner as an analyst. As for the radio call, it’s the same one from the entire season and everyone has gotten so used to it for over a decade, with Voice of the Sooners Toby Rowland hosting it and Teddy Lehman as analyst, gabe ikard as a sideline analyst and Chris Plank as a sideline reporter.

Oklahoma is now eligible to bowl for the 24th straight season after dispatching Oklahoma State 28-13. You can capture a winning campaign for as many seasons with a win this weekend. The current bowl streak is the second longest in the country, trailing only Georgia’s 25.

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Oklahoma exploded offensively last weekend, racking up 28 points for its biggest lead in the first quarter of the Bedlam series. He set first quarter records for total offense (299 yards ranked as the second-most in any quarter in school history) and passing offense, with his 224 yards just six shy of the best program in any quarter.

attack player gabriel dillon threw for a couple of touchdowns and ran for another, while running back eric gray added another to his season total, now at 11. Gabriel, Gray and Sooner’s offense showed no signs of slowing down at that point.

But it all went downhill from there. The Sooners managed just five first downs the rest of the way, and just two in the second half. They were bogged down, unable to add anything to their tally in what seemed like it would be a laugh from the start. Time management was an issue, as the Sooners continually served the ball with excess time on the game clock, despite holding a huge lead.

“We should have crowded the entire fourth quarter,” the head coach said. Brent Venables. “But we’re also trying to [keep the pedal down]. Oklahoma State didn’t go in here alone with this impenetrable defense. They were a defense that hadn’t consistently played well, and we thought there were plenty of opportunities. And what we didn’t do philosophically was stay aggressive in what we were doing, like we did in the first quarter. And so, yes, I learned that we need to be more aggressive, particularly in the third quarter.

“And again, in the fourth quarter we needed to come together and take our time and run the clock. Even though we were running the ball, things happened that we weren’t on the field long enough to better manage the game.”

offensive coordinator jeff lebby admitted so much.

“That’s 100% on me,” Lebby said. “And again, that should really show up in the last three or four series of the game. Those last four series of the fourth quarter, that’s when you have the ability to really shorten the game. But again, you look at it on the first two drives, we get a first down and we have a 15-yard run. Then we have the crash on second and 5. And then obviously in the second heat we had the crash on first and 10 and we couldn’t get over it. That’s when Dillon really slides into the QB draw where he has the ability to have this big game that nobody sees because, again, it’s just part of the game, stepping on the sand.

“But then again, too conservative, you know. And then it’s my job to shorten the game there in the fourth quarter with the way we’re operating.”

All of that said, the display was much better on the defensive side of the ball. This unit led Crimson and Cream to victory.

Dumped Cowboys quarterback spencer sanders four times, three in the first half and one more at linebacker’s end Da Shaun White largely to seal it. cornerback C. J. Coldondefensive lineman Jonah La’ulu (nearly stops him) and defensive back billy archer he intercepted the other three passes from Sanders.

The Sooners were on the field on defense for 19 series, with only three of them converting to points. The others included the four interceptions, nine punts, a pair of turnovers and a kneeling late in the first half. In all, they gave up 484 yards in 102 plays, which is pretty impressive.

“Just the faith and the amount of confidence that they played with, and I think we got it, we started off really well,” the defensive coordinator said. ted roof. “I think that led to some good things. And we play complimentary football with our offense and our special teams. But yes, it is something that helps. But again, that’s just another step. We have to take another step this week and focus on getting better and getting ready to play a Texas Tech team, like I said, that’s really good at home.

“So, we’ve got a lot of work to do, but our guys, I’m proud of what they’ve done. But then again, there’s so much more to do.”

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In fact, there is. And taking care of business could see Oklahoma enter the offseason feeling much better than it has seemed in recent weeks. We’ll see if that’s the case.

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