Colleague Mark Schlabach pegs his Upset of the Week every week, and this week, Oklahoma's in his crosshairs.
Both teams have prolific offenses and porous pass defenses. The Pokes haven't played since a 37-31 loss in double overtime at Iowa State on Nov. 18, which put a serious dent in their BCS title hopes. OU is coming off a 26-6 victory over the Cyclones last week.
Even without injured tailback Dominique Whaley and star receiver Ryan Broyles, the Sooners will outscore the Pokes in a wild shootout. Quarterback Landry Jones will out-play OSU quarterback Brandon Weeden, leading the Sooners to their ninth consecutive victory over OSU.
Oklahoma getting the upset wouldn't be a huge shocker. The Sooners are three-point road underdogs in the most lopsided in-state rivalry in college football.
I picked Oklahoma State to get the 37-31 win, but what are the odds we see an upset on Saturday?