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2017 Schedule
10-1, 1st in Big 12
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State of Oklahoma owns pass yards

Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph leads the way by nearly 300 yards over Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield. Rudolph will have another opportunity to pad his pass yards on Saturday vs. Kansas: the Jayhawks are ranked No. 121 in passing yards allowed.

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22hGerry Hamilton

Early Commit: RB Isaiah Spiller to Oklahoma

The pledge of Isaiah Spiller, whose father played for Texas A&M, keeps Oklahoma on a roll in recruiting for the class of 2019.

Finebaum says Mayfield needs to shut up (1:13)
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1dSeth Walder and Brian Burke

Big 12 defense isn't as bad as you think

The Big 12's marquee games this fall have finished with scores like 62-52, 50-39 and 49-42, with critics of the league's defensive aptitude coming out in force as a result. A deeper look inside the numbers suggests the criticism is overblown.

Mayfield's punishment overshadowing OU's senior day (0:49)
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Outlook for Oklahoma

FPI gives the No. 4 Sooners very favorable odds to at least maintain their position following Saturday's matchup with West Virginia. Winning the Big 12 is something that Oklahoma is also more likely to accomplish than not.

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A look at the playoff field

The latest CFP rankings were released Tuesday with the Crimson Tide holding firm at No. 1. But how is the rest of the Top 10 looking?

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma holds on to the No. 4 spot. Presumably, the Sooners are in the CFP if they win out, considering No. 2 Miami and No. 3 Clemson will meet in the ACC championship game.

Mayfield 'needs to know where to draw the line' (1:43)
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Miami moves up to No. 2 in latest CFP rankings

Despite rolling to a victory, Clemson fell to No. 3 in this week's CFP rankings, switching spots with No. 2 Miami. Oklahoma remains at No. 4, while top-ranked Alabama readies for the Iron Bowl against No. 6 Auburn.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

The Big 12 also issued a public reprimand for Kansas players Joe Dineen, Dorance Armstrong Jr., Jeremiah Booker, and Daniel Wise for refusing to shake hands with Mayfield. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, in a statement: “The refusal of these student-athletes to shake an opponent's hand during the pre-game ceremony is contrary to tradition and inconsistent with common courtesy. The pre-game handshake among team captains is symbolic of good sportsmanship. This breach of protocol is not in keeping with the standards of the Big 12 Conference. I am grateful for the work of the Kansas administration and coaches to resolve this matter.”

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

The Big 12 has issued a public reprimand of Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, in a statement: “Mr. Mayfield's actions are unacceptable and should not be tolerated. I am grateful for the efficient management of this matter by the coaches and administration of the University of Oklahoma. Baker Mayfield is a truly outstanding competitor and I generally appreciate his style of play and the manner in which he competes. However, the behavior he exhibited on the sideline during the Oklahoma-Kansas game was inappropriate and contrary to our sportsmanship policies.”

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2dJake Trotter

KU players lose captaincy for snubbing Mayfield

Kansas coach David Beaty said that three Jayhawks who didn't shake the hand of Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield won't be captains for Saturday's game at Oklahoma State.

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2dHeather Dinich

Dream and disaster CFP scenarios for Big 12

One-loss Oklahoma winning the league and finishing in the top four is as good as it gets for the Big 12. Should the Sooners lose to either TCU or Iowa State in the championship game, they're in trouble.

Stephen A. bewildered by Mayfield, Riley's emotional address (2:01)
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Leading the Heisman pack

As the regular season begins to wind down, Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield has become the overwhelming favorite to win the 2017 Heisman Trophy, per the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The Sooners senior won't start Saturday vs. West Virginia as disciplinary action for his antics against Kansas, but he is expected to play.

Team Stats

Passing Yards381.82nd
Rushing Yards206.931st
Points For44.04th
Points Against25.253rd