Friday, October 17, 2008

OU-Kansas Predictions

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

OU-Kansas predictions: From around the web
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: Facing a Sooners defense that has yet to give up a touchdown in the first quarter this season, Jayhawks quarterback Todd Reesing needs to find out a way to stay close early. That could be slightly easier to do with Oklahoma middle linebacker Ryan Reynolds sidelined for the rest of the season due to a knee injury... Oklahoma 42 - Kansas 20

From NBCSports.com

Tim Griffin, ESPN.com: The Sooners are steaming after twice squandering double-digit leads in last week's loss to Texas. Their struggling running game will be tested by Kansas' defense which ranks 12th nationally in rush defense and 34th overall... Oklahoma 38 - Kansas 24

From ESPN.com

Adam Abramson, Campus Confidential: This is an awfully angry Oklahoma team that Kansas should be very nervous to face. I don't think the loss last weekend takes much away from the Sooners, I think it just validates the Longhorns much more than most had been willing to. Kansas cannot keep up with Oklahoma in pretty much any facet... Oklahoma 35-10.

Mike Rose, Campus Confidential: Oklahoma will undoubtedly be ready to take out all of the anger from last week's loss to Texas on the Jayhawks. The Sooners are still a powerhouse so I expect a big win this week. Oklahoma will be able to score, but the loss of linebacker Ryan Reynolds will be a key... The Sooners 38-13.

From Campus Confidential

CollegeFootballNews: While the Big 12 world will be focusing on the Missouri -- Texas showdown, this has the potential to be a preview of the Big 12 title game. Oklahoma has a lot of work to do, needing to win out and needing Texas to lose twice, but that's not all that far-fetched considering the remaining Longhorn schedule ... Oklahoma 44-Kansas 23

From CollegeFootballNews.com

Accuscore.com predicts Oklahoma 43-Kansas 20

All CBS Sportsline writers (Darst, Dodd, Marmon, Harowitz, J.R.) pick Oklahoma over Kansas
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