Oklahoma vs. Tulsa: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The second week of the college football season brings a matchup between Oklahoma and Tulsa. Both teams come into the game at 1-0, with the Sooners defeating Louisiana Tech 48-16 last week and Tulsa getting a win over Tulane 38-31 in its opener.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: ABC/ESPN2
A win over Tulsa would be Oklahoma's sixth straight. The program hasn't had a winning streak that long since 2011.
Oklahoma is 18-7-1 all-time against Tulsa, including 7-0 under head coach Bob Stoops.
The two teams also played last season. The Sooners won 51-20 in the first career start for quarterback Blake Bell. Bell now plays tight end.
In his first game since last season's Sugar Bowl win over Alabama, Sooners quarterback Trevor Knight threw for 253 yards on 19-of-34 passing with one touchdown and one interception against Louisiana Tech. He also added 17 yards rushing on four carries.
The leading rusher for Oklahoma last week was Samaje Perine, who finished with 77 yards on 13 carries and one touchdown.
No Sooners receiver notched a 100-yard game in the win, but four finished with more than 40 yards, led by Keith Ford's 65 yards on four receptions.
Overall, the Oklahoma offense tallied 436 total yards (253 passing, 183 rushing).
The Sooners were 4-4 on fourth-down conversions in the win last week.
Defensively, the Sooners held Louisiana Tech to just 245 yards of total offense, including just 54 rushing yards.
Defensive back Zack Sanchez had Oklahoma's first interception of the year.