Oklahoma vs West Virginia Live Stream: Watch Sooners vs Mountaineers Online

The Oklahoma Sooners look to remain undefeated in Big 12 play this week on the road against the Mountaineers. Check out all the live stream information now.

The Oklahoma Sooners enter hostile territory this week before closing out their conference schedule next week at home. The Sooners rank eighth in this week’s AP Poll.

They have won their last seven games. They are 8-2 this season with two losses this season coming against ranked opponents.

The Sooners are led by quarterback Baker Mayfield, receiver Dede Westbrook and running backs Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine. Mayfield threw for 300 passing yards and two passing touchdowns last week in their 45-24 victory over Baylor. Westbrook had four catches for 88 yards and two touchdowns.

Mixon ran the ball 14 times for 124 rushing yards and a touchdown. Perine ran the ball 23 times for 100 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The Sooners offense has rushed for 200 yards or more in six games this season.

They are averaging 219.3 rushing yards as a team this season, which ranks third in the conference.

The West Virginia Mountaineers have won two conference games in a row since losing 37-20 to Oklahoma State. They rank 10th in this week’s AP Poll at 8-1 on the season.

The Mountaineers are 6-1 in Big 12 play as they play host to Oklahoma this week. They escaped last week with a 24-20 win over Texas despite three interceptions from quarterback Skyler Howard. Running back Kennedy McKoy ran for 73 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

West Virginia’s defense saved the day, as has been the case most of the season. They forced three turnovers in the game. The Mountaineers rank fourth in the conference in total turnovers with 16. Senior cornerback Rasul Douglas leads the Big 12 in interceptions with six.

Here is all the game information:

Date: Saturday, November 19, 2016

Location: Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, WV

Time: 8:00 p.m. EST

Spread:  Oklahoma -3.5

Over/Under: 65.5

TV Channel: ABC

Live Stream: WatchESPN

The Mountaineers have not beaten the Sooners since their 2008 Fiesta Bowl meeting. They’ll look to snap the losing streak this week at home.

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