Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free; Preview
The Texas Tech Red Raiders will attempt to stay undefeated on Saturday afternoon when they face the Oklahoma Sooners at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. The game is scheduled to take place at 3:30 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on ESPN2 or ABC depending on your local television coverage. However, if you are not able to watch the game on television, you can watch the live online TV stream for free by clicking here.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders have looked flawless in the first four games of their 2012 college football season. They have recorded a total of four wins over the Northwestern State Demons, the Texas State Bobcats, the New Mexico Lobos and the Iowa State Cyclones.
The Red Raiders are led by senior quarterback Seth Doege who has completed a remarkable 105 passes out of 147 attempts for 1189 yards and 15 touchdowns.
The No. 17 Oklahoma Sooners have played only three games thus far this season and currently hold a record of 2-1. The Sooners have wins over the UTEP Miners and the Florida A&M Rattlers, but they lost to the Kansas State Wildcats, 24-19, on Sept. 22.
The Sooners are led by senior QB Landry Jones who has thrown for 773 yards and five touchdowns through just three games. Junior wide receiver Kenny Stills has emerged as Jones' favorite target with 22 grabs for 301 yards and two touchdowns.
Despite being undefeated, the Texas Tech Red Raiders will head into this game as 5.5 point underdogs against the No. 17 ranked Oklahoma Sooners. We believe this game will end up being much more competitive than the odds makers seem to think it'll be. In fact, we actually think the Red Raiders will pull off the upset.
Bob Stoops' Sooners haven't looked anywhere near as good as we expected them to look heading into this season.
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