Oklahoma 2020 Win Total - College Football Pick and Prediction
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Breaking Down the Oklahoma Sooners Win Total
2020 College Football Season
Oklahoma Sooners: 11 Wins -- Title Odds: 30/1
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Oklahoma’s win total is set at 11, will they be able to get above that total? Let’s break it down.
The Oklahoma Sooners were impressive during the 2019 season, finishing with a 12-2 record. The goals are clear for this team this season, they believe they can compete for another college football national title.
Heading into the 2020 season the big question is how do they replace some of the holes that they have lost. Gone is quarterback Jalen Hurts, wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, and linebacker Kenneth Murray. The first big question for the 2020 season is who will be under center for the Sooners. All signs point towards Spencer Rattler winning the job, but there is no guarantee there. Someone else could step in and win the job.
2020 Oklahoma Sooners Football Schedule
Day, Date Opponent
Saturday, September 5 Missouri State
Saturday, September 12 Tennessee
Saturday, September 19 OPEN
Saturday, September 26 At Army
Saturday, October 3 Baylor
Saturday, October 10 Texas
Saturday, October 17 At Iowa State
Saturday, October 24 Oklahoma State
Saturday, October 31 At TCU
Saturday, November 7 At West Virginia
Saturday, November 14 Kansas State
Saturday, November 21 Kansas
Saturday, November 28 At Texas Tech
Saturday, December 5 Big 12 Championship
Pick: This is one of the harder totals in all of college football because of all the question marks. There is no doubt there is a lot of talent on this team, but how many wins they are going to have all comes down to the quarterback play of Rattler or whoever wins the starting quarterback job.
The non-conference schedule is tough playing Tennessee and Army. The good news about the Army game is they have a bye before that to get ready for the triple option.
Even with the quarterback questions, the Big 12 isn’t that great this year, so they should be able to run the table in conference play. Look for them to go over the posted win total and win the Big 12 championship.