NORMAN, Okla. — The 115th edition of Bedlam features Oklahoma State and Oklahoma both ranked in the national eye, but for OSU this might be the best chance in years to get the better of the Sooners.
OU enters Saturday evening winning five years in a row against their rivals from across the Oklahoma City Metro. However, with two all-American playmakers on two weeks' rest, the OSU offense is as good as it has been in years.
The Cowboys' defense is potentially the best in the Gundy era. The talent across the board is why OSU players, especially the seniors, are taking the "if not now, then when?" mentality into Bedlam this season - seeing the team's primed potential to win the game, and potentially the conference.
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