Big 12 Contributor
On behalf of Sixth Gear Auto Sales
Oklahoma is OK, as they like to say, and the proof came in the fourth quarter and the two overtimes of the No. 19 Sooners’ 31-24 win over No. 23 Tennessee.
It was our RandHSports Spotlight game and it lived up to the billing, as the Sooners rallied from a 14-point deficit to force overtime, and then win the game in double overtime in front of a rollicking atmosphere at Neyland Stadium.
A win on the road against a ranked SEC team in September? Yeah, that’s going to have some staying power with the College Football Playoff committee, should the Sooners end up a contender.
Meanwhile, the rest of the conference fell to form in Week 2, as the other ranked teams — No. 3 TCU and No. 4 Baylor — won with relative ease, while Texas got off the mat.