ESPN Analyst Releases Nebraska vs. Oklahoma Score Forecast

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It’s never too early to start looking at predictions for some of the upcoming weekend’s games.

One of the best games of Week 3 is the Nebraska-Oklahoma game. This rivalry has its roots in the distant past (the two teams first played in 1912), and Oklahoma leads the series with a record of 46-38-3.

The Sooners have won the last two games in the series, although both have won by seven or fewer points.

ESPN’s Bill Connelly thinks it’s another one-score game and thinks the Sooners will beat the Cornhuskers 36-32.

It also matches what ESPN’s FPI has. FPI gives the Sooners a 75.3% chance of winning this contest.

This will be the first game in the Mickey Joseph era for the Cornhuskers after they fired Scott Frost on Sunday. They lose 45-42 to Georgia Southern, who dropped their record to 1-2.

Meanwhile, the Sooners are 2-0 up after beating the UTEP Miners last Saturday.

The start of this game will take place at noon Eastern time on September 17.

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