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Oklahoma football: What’s happened and what’s to come

by The 100 Companies

Between a Bedlam win for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Oklahoma Sooners unexpectedly having to hire a new head coach, it’s been quite a month for Oklahoma football.

Once again, all three Oklahoma Division I schools will be in bowl games. Tulsa plays Old Dominion in the Myrtle Beach Bowl on Monday, Dec. 20. Oklahoma meets Oregon in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio on Wednesday, Dec. 29, and Oklahoma State plays Notre Dame at the Fiesta Bowl in Tempe on New Year’s Day. OU and TU are favored to win. OSU is a slight underdog against the Irish.

Mick Cornett, Jones PR

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