How to watch, key players, weather forecast for match day
Coming off last week’s up-and-down game against the SMU Mustangs, the Oklahoma Sooners are set to face another American Athletic Conference member, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.
Tulsa, led by former Oklahoma offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson, brings an offense that hopes to give the Sooners’ defense fits this week. Tulsa has the 56th crime scene in the country.
While most people remember Wilson for his impressive passing attack led by Sam Bradford when he was in Norman, his team in Tulsa is different this year. While they don’t excel in the passing game, they do excel in the running game, ranking No. 26 in the nation.
But if you’re wondering how to watch the match, which key players to look out for, or what the weather will be like, we’ve got you covered.
When do you tune in to watch the match?
date: September 16, 2023
time: 2:30 pm Cairo time
TV channel: SBN 2
Live broadcast: fuboTV (watch here)
He listens: Broadcast on the Varsity app
According to the Weather Bug website.
76 degrees at 1:00 PM Central Time
78 degrees at kickoff
81 degrees at 4:00 pm central time
80 degrees at 5:00 PM Central time
Justin Harrington Cheetah: Questionable (knee)
DJ Graham WR: Out
JJ Hester WR: Doubtful
Caden Helms TE: Questionable
Jason Llewellyn TE: Doubtful
Dasan McCullough Cheetah: Possible (ankle)
Braylon Braxton QB: Questionable (ankle)
Cardell Williams QB: Questionable (hand)
Players to watch
Dillon Gabriel: 38 of 49, 484 yards and six touchdowns
Tawee Walker: 29 rushes for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
Andrell Anthony: 10 catches for 142 yards and one touchdown.
Danny Stutzman: 21 tackles, 2.5 for loss and 1 sack
Kip Lewis: 12 tackles
Peyton Bowen: Seven tackles, one assists
Braylon Braxton: Starting midfielder but was injured early in the first game. He could be back this week.
Cardell Williams: 19/28, 298 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
Jordan Ford: 34 carries for 177 yards and one touchdown.
Anthony Watkins: 20 carries for 120 yards.
Marquise Shoulders: 8 catches for 155 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Kendarren Ray: 17 tackles.
Ben Kubinski: 10 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks.
The story originally appeared on Sooners Wire