Two of the most historic programs in college football start their rivalries on Saturday in Week 3 when No. 3 Oklahoma receives Nebraska in a no-conference showdown. The duo haven’t met since the Big 12 Championship Game in 2010, when the Sooners came back from 17 points to give the Cornhuskers an all-out defeat as they left the Big 12 for the Big Ten.
OU is an early favorite to fight for a national championship after entering the top two of the season. However, it only scored three points in the second half to keep Tulane in the opener. Hopeful Heisman Trophy quarterback Spencer Rattler threw a few interceptions but tries to cement his game as Oklahoma plays its first power five match of the season. Nebraska has another shaky start to coach Scott Frost’s fourth season. The Cornhuskers lost to a mediocre team from Illinois but rebounded with dominant wins over Fordham and Buffalo. QB Adrian Martinez found his rhythm with 728 yards through the air, 256 yards on the ground and a total of seven touchdowns without interception.
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