0:00. And that’s that. OU would have been in the CFP without a championship game, but the Sooners managed to escape upset and, as far as I can tell, major injury. Total yards in the second half: OU 226, TCU 95.
6:00. OU’s gone into full eat-the-ball mode, so let’s talk about OU’s defense. The Sooners have gone into eat-the-ball mode and will almost assuredly close out a comfortable win thanks to their brilliant third quarter. They have held TCU to 17 points and played a nearly perfect third quarter.
If TCU doesn’t score again, that means the Sooners will close the season having allowed 18 points per game in their last four contests, and the only reason it’s that high is because West Virginia scored 21 second-half points when down big last week. Combined with the fact that the Sooners allowed just 37 points in three non-conference games (including just 16 against Ohio State), that means that for half the season, OU’s defense has been awesome.
The other half, though, is why the Sooners came into the game 100th in Def. SP+. They were that bad. They allowed 36 points per game and 6.6 yards per play. The Big 12 is really good at offense, but those are miserable numbers. OU could still lay a big defensive egg
Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2017/12/2/16721948/big-12-championship-2017-results-final-score
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