But both of those games are at home. And since Stoops has had months to prepare for both offenses, the Sooners defense should be able to hold its own. A revenge game at Iowa State is followed by a pair of home layups against Army and Baylor. Then things get interesting.
And whether or not you think they can get to 11 wins in the regular season depends on how many of those games you think they will lose. Is TCU still a factor? Is West Virginia legit? Beyond that, it is tough to see any of the middle- and lower-tier Big 12 teams coming into Oklahoma and beating the Sooners.
This Oklahoma team is not as good as last year's version. No one loses a Heisman winner and then gets better. And I still have some questions about Riley as a head coach and Stoops as a defensive coordinator. But the bottom line is that, coaching be damned, Oklahoma is still absolutely stacked with talent.
They are the best team in the Big 12 and should be favored in at least 11 of their games. But if I have to make a call I am going to bet this one 'under'. Virginia Tech Old Dominion. Eastern Michigan San Diego State. Illinois St Colorado State.
Gardner Webb Appalachian State. Delaware North Dakota State. Austin Peay Tennessee Martin. Tennessee St Eastern Illinois. William Mary James Madison. Cal Poly East Washington. Sam Houston St Nicholls State. Savannah State Florida AM. Idaho State North Dakota. Montana State Portland State. Look for the Hurricanes to get by the Tigers. Ryan has been writing about sports betting for over a decade now, residing in sunny Orlando, Florida.
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