No. 10 TCU (10-2) vs. No. 4 Oklahoma (11-1)
Kickoff: 11:30 a.m. Saturday, AT&T Stadium, Arlington.
TV: KDFW/Ch. 4
Radio: WBAP/820 AM, KTCU 88.7 FM
Series: Oklahoma leads 12-5 and has won six of seven, including the Nov. 11 game in Norman, since TCU’s season-opening upset of a fifth-ranked Sooners team in Norman in 2005. In Big 12 meetings, Oklahoma leads 5-1, its only loss 37-33 in Fort Worth in 2014.
Weather: The game will be played indoors. This is TCU’s first indoor game since the Alamo Bowl in January 2016. Outside, conditions will be sunny with a high of 73, no chance of rain and 50 percent humidity.
Who’s favored: Oklahoma by 7.
What’s this about: The winner is the Big 12 champion. OU is almost certain to make the College Football Playoff with a victory. TCU is less certain to make the CFP but would very likely end up in a New Year’s Six game, either the Fiesta, Cotton or Peach, which have at-large slots.
Last meeting: No. 5 Oklahoma 38, No. 8 TCU 20, Nov. 11 in Norman
TCU: QB Kenny Hill, 215-323-5 for 2,604 yards, 19 TD. RB Kyle Hicks, 125 carries for 565 yards, 4 TD. WR Desmon White, 33 catches, 362 yards, 4 TD; WR KaVontae Turpin, 32-343-1. LB Travin Howard, 83 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT; S Ridwan Issahaku, 59 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 INT; S Nick Orr, 59 tackles, 2 INT.
Oklahoma: QB Baker Mayfield, 247-346-5 for 4,097 yards, 37 TD. RB Rodney Anderson, 138 carries for 867 yards, 11 TD. TE Mark Andrews, 51 catches for 848 yards, 6 TD; WR Marquise Brown, 46-894-5; WR CeeDee Lamb, 40-741-7. LB Emmanuel Beal, 81 tackles, 1 INT; LB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, 64 tackles, 8 sacks.
From around here
Fr. S Robert Barnes played at Southlake Carroll.
Soph. DL Kenneth Mann played at Burleson.
Fr. OL Ian McIver played at Keller Central
Fr. RB Kennedy Brooks played at Mansfield.
Fr. K Calum Sutherland played at Keller Central.
Fr. DT Zacchaeus McKinney played at Weatherford.
10 Victories for TCU, the 11th time in Gary Patterson’s 17 seasons as head coach and the 15th time in all that the Horned Frogs have won 10 or more games.
8 Sacks against Baylor, putting the Frogs at 40 for the season.
6 Points (two field goals) allowed in the second half of the last seven games combined by TCU.