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By SI Wire
September 15, 2015

The game between Oklahoma and Tulsa is not exactly a rivalry, but the in-state opponents have faced off in 9 of the past 14 seasons. The outcome of those 9 games are decidedly, as expected, lopsided towards the Sooners.

Oklahoma comes into the game ranked No. 16 after a thrilling, come-from-behind victory over Tennessee. The Sooners trailed by much as 14, before rallying in the fourth quarter and winning in double overtime. Quarterback Baker Mayfield went 19-for-39 for 187 yards and three touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions. He added a score on the ground and 46 rushing yards. 

Tulsa comes into the game 2–0 and with some momentum after blowing out New Mexico 40-21. Quarterback Dane Evans has thrown for 745 yards and four touchdowns through the first two games. A pair of running backs, Zack Langer and D'Angelo Brewer, have rushed for 228 and 225 yards, respectively. Tulsa hasn't beaten Oklahoma since 1996.

How to watch

Details for Saturday’s game are below.

Kickoff: 12 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed on Fox Sports Go.

TV coverage: Fox Sports 1

Radio: For a list of Oklahoma radio affiliates, click hereFor a list of Tulsa affiliates, click here.

Team schedules (all times ET)


09/05: vs. Akron (W, 41–3)

09/12: at Tennessee (W 31–24)

09/19: vs. Tulsa (Noon ET, FOX Sports 1)

10/03: vs. West Virginia (TBD)

10/10: vs. Texas* (TBD)

10/17: at Kansas State (TBD)

10/24: vs. Texas Tech (TBD)

10/31: at Kansas (TBD)

11/07: vs. Iowa State (TBD)

11/14: at Baylor (TBD)

11/21: vs. TCU (TBD)

11/28: at Oklahoma State (TBD)


09/05: vs. Florida Atlantic (W, 47–44)

09/12: at New Mexico (W 40–21)

09/19: at Oklahoma (Noon ET, FOX Sports 1)

10/03: vs. Houston (TBD)

10/10: vs. Louisiana (TBD)

10/17: at East Carolina (TBD)

10/24: vs. Memphis (8 p.m.)

10/31: at SMU (TBD)

11/07: vs. UCF (TBD)

11/14: at Cincinnati (TBD)

11/21: vs. Navy (TBD)

11/28: at Tulane (TBD)

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