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Oklahoma vs Ohio State 2017

November 21 2017, 03:45 | Sammy Rose

BuckeyesBuckeyes topple Hoosiers The Good The Bad and The Ugly Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

BuckeyesBuckeyes topple Hoosiers The Good The Bad and The Ugly Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Oklahoma Sooners (1-0) are coming from 56-7 win over the UTEP Miners in Week 1.

It is already the Buckeyes' second appearance on GameDay this season after the crew visited IN for their Thursday night opener.

If you are on the go, you can still watch every down on your cell phone, tablet, PC or any other handheld device by downloading the WatchESPN app. Las Vegas oddsmakers have the Buckeyes listed as 7.5 point favorites with 63 set as the over/under total point number. This could be a telling week for either Ohio State or Oklahoma, and may be the best game of the day. These two met a year ago in Oklahoma, with the Buckeyes getting a 45-24 win as a 2-point favorite. "So every season is different". They gave me my extra year back.

During that game, former Ohio State star Marshon Lattimore grabbed an impressive interception. "But right now, we're really focused on this year's record and doing what we have to do to go win every week and go undefeated, if that's possible".

Lattimore reminded Oklahoma fans what happened past year.

Baker Mayfield ran the Oklahoma flag to midfield at Ohio Stadium, planted it in the center of Ohio State's logo and celebrated with his teammates.

Oklahoma answered with a five-play, 67-yard drive, which ended with Mayfield throwing a 36-yard touchdown pass to Dimitri Flowers to tie the game 10-10. Ohio State was outgained 119-25 in the first quarter. The young Buckeyes dominated, quieting the home crowd in a 45-24 thumping of the Sooners. I mean, Tebow is a great person and one of the best to ever play college football, but his baseball career is low-hanging fruit for those in attendance and they hit a home run today.

"We should have won by more", Mayfield said.

Riley said the revenge factor against Ohio State on Saturday "is a little overrated". No matter the condition of Fighting Irish, the chance to see Touchdown Jesus signal a score in person will always be a big deal for college football fans.



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