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It’ll be Bedlam for sure in Stillwater on Saturday night, as the Oklahoma State Cowboys look to make their case to be in the BCS National Championship Game when they take on the Oklahoma Sooners in the de facto Big XII Championship Game.
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Week 14 College Football Matchup: Oklahoma Sooners @ Oklahoma State Cowboys
Date: Saturday, December 3rd, 8:00 ET
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
College Football Lines: Oklahoma State -3.5
Week 14 College Football TV Schedule: ABC
This is probably the most important version of Bedlam in quite some time for both of these teams. The Sooners know that the difference between a win and a loss is probably the Fiesta Bowl or the Cotton Bowl. The Cowboys still have a shot at playing for all of the marbles with a win, and they could be booted all the way out of the BCS with a loss, especially should Georgia win the SEC Championship Game. The computers all love the Pokes, and should there be a sentiment amongst the human voters to keep a rematch between LSU and Alabama from happening, they could get the nod, especially knowing that this is the last thing that they are going to see before they vote for the final time in the regular season.
This is also going to be the last chance for QB Landry Jones and QB Brandon Weeden to state their cases as Heisman Trophy contenders. Odds have it, Weeden is going to be going to New York one way or the other, and many think that he can wrestle the award away from QB Andrew Luck and RB Trent Richardson with a great showing on Saturday. Jones probably can’t win the award, but he might be able to make himself a finalist by winning this game, possibly at the expense of his counterpart.
Both of these teams have underachieved for sure at times this year. The Cowboys had no business being challenged by Kansas State and should have never lost to Iowa State. Then again, Texas Tech should have never beaten Oklahoma, and the Sooners shouldn’t have been outplayed for the majority of the game against Baylor. That being said, we do think that the Oklahoma State offense is good enough to move the ball up and down the field for the entire game, and if that’s what happens, the Cowboys could be winning Bedlam for the first time in eight years.
Week 14 NCAA Football Pick: Oklahoma State -3.5