SoonerScoop coverage wrap-up: OU fighting for strong finish

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What is left in the tank for OU at this point? The Sooners have been beat up physically, but they keep on keeping on.

It wasn’t pretty by any means, but the Sooners figured it out just in time for the 31-24 victory. OU moved up one spot to No. 13. The Sooners are 9-2 overall and 6-2 in the Big 12. There is that chance to play for the Big 12 championship. But, unfortunately, OU is going to need some help to get that done and try to win one last conference title.

Before we officially move onto TCU week, and a short week it is, a look back at the final road trip of the 2023 regular season.

Miss any part of the SoonerScoop coverage from game 11? Here you go.

The weekend that was from your SoonerScoop crew of Josh McCuistion, Carey Murdock, Bob Przybylo, Eddie Radosevich and George Stoia.


At the buzzer takeaways: OU finds a way – Przybylo
Defensive leaders step up when it matters most – Przybylo
QB Jackson Arnold ready for his moment – Stoia
Gavin Sawchuk, Jayden Gibson continue to shine – Przybylo
Game 11 report card – McCuistion
Instant YouTube Breakdown – Radosevich, Stoia
Eskridge Lexus Postgame Podcast – Murdock, Radosevich, Stoia


OU 2023 class tracker: Arnold no longer a discussion – Przybylo
What they said: OU players after 31-24 win – Przybylo
Big 12 tiebreaker scenarios and where OU fits in – Stoia
Top five plays from OU-BYU – Przybylo
Sights & Sounds from OU-BYU – Radosevich

Postgame video

Head coach Brent Venables
Offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby
QB Jackson Arnold
RB Gavin Sawchuk
WR Jayden Gibson
LB Danny Stutsman
S Billy Bowman

Instant YouTube Breakdown

Eskridge Lexus Postgame Podcast

Telling the (whew, that was close) story: 31-24

Sights & Sounds

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