How to watch TCU vs. Oklahoma.
The Sooners have won five straight and probably need to win their remaining games to have a shot at the College Football Playoff. They face a TCU team in a similar position, but hampered by injury – receiver Josh Doctson is out for the rest of the regular season and quarterback Trevone Boykin has been injured and could end up sitting out Saturday’s game. The Horned Frogs edged past lowly Kansas last week and will get a stiff test in the Sooners. Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has been outstanding in recent weeks and will key the offense in a critical matchup.
In last year's game, TCU prevailed 37–33.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 3: at Minnesota (W, 23–17)
Sept. 12: vs. Stephen F. Austin (W, 70–7)
Sept. 19: vs. SMU (W, 56–37)
Sept. 26: at Texas Tech (W, 55–52)
Oct. 3: vs. Texas (W, 50–7)
Oct. 10: at Kansas State (W, 52–45)
Oct. 17: at Iowa State (W, 45–21)
Oct. 29: vs. West Virginia (W, 40–10)
Nov. 7: at Oklahoma State (L, 49–29)
Nov. 14: Kansas (W, 23–17)
Nov. 21: at Oklahoma (8 p.m., ABC)
Nov. 27: vs. Baylor (7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN/Watch ESPN)
Sept. 5: vs. Akron (W, 41–3)
Sept. 12: at Tennessee (W, 31–24)
Sept. 19: vs. Tulsa (W, 52–38)
Oct. 3: vs. West Virginia (W, 44–24)
Oct. 10: vs. Texas (L, 24–17)
Oct. 17: at Kansas State (W, 55–0)
Oct. 24: vs. Texas Tech (W, 63–27)
Oct. 31: at Kansas (W, 62–7)
Nov. 7: vs. Iowa State (W, 52–16)
Nov. 14: at Baylor (W, 44–34)
Nov. 21: vs. TCU (8 p.m., ABC)
Nov. 28: at Oklahoma State (TBD)