The Pryor Times

Sports

October 10, 2007

Oklahoma faces tough Mizzou

Oklahoma might have their biggest game of the season this weekend. Missouri is undefeated and have developed a swagger in the process. They ran a fake field goal against Nebraska in the fourth quarter when they were up by more than four touchdowns. Chase Daniel is a legit Heisman contender and this could be his game to get on the national scene. Mizzou’s confidence is huge, and it will lead them to a victory this weekend over OU. Luckily, OU will meet them again in the Big 12 Championship and probably get payback.

Missouri 38 Oklahoma 35



It’s plain and simple, Oklahoma State can’t win on the road. Gundy is 1-11 as a head coach on the road, and he is going add another loss this weekend against Nebraska.

Nebraska 24 OSU 21



LSU survived again last week against Florida, and look to do the same against a surprising Kentucky team. Kentucky has a good offense, but LSU will be able to slow it down enough to keep them No. 1.

LSU 23 Kentucky 13



California has quietly slid up the polls and now find themselves No. 2 team in the country. They should be able to keep it going against Oregon State at home.

California 42 Oregon State 20



Ohio State likes to beat up on MAC teams. They should keep improving and beat Kent State.

Ohio St. 38 Kent State 6



I am not sure that Boston College is the fourth best team in the country, but the polls think so. They travel to Notre Dame this weekend to face an Irish team that just notched their first win. BC wins, but closer than it should be.

BC 27 Notre Dame 20



For South Florida, the dream season has to come crashing down at some point. It might this weekend against a Central Florida team that almost beat Texas.

UCF 24 USF 21

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Sports
  • adair abbey stephens.jpg Adair aiming high in 2014

    Adair's Lady Warriors will have plenty of chances to earn respect and a shot at the program's third straight regional tournament appearance in 2013.

    July 28, 2014 1 Photo

  • dirtseller pirtle.JPG Locals take their game nationwide

    Five Locust Grove Pirates represented the United States over the weekend at the USA Football 16U/17U National Development Games in Towson, Md.

    July 28, 2014 2 Photos

  • Patterson, McIntire named to rosters

    Salina's Cullen Patterson and Locust Grove's Cameron McIntire have been selected as replacements for this week's Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State events in Tulsa.

    July 27, 2014

  • kegley mug.jpg Pryor's Kegley serving with purpose

    Pryor's Taylor Kegley always knew he was destined for a career of service.

    July 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Chouteau approves athletic upgrades

    Chouteau High School is getting a head start on making upgrades to its athletic facilities.

    July 22, 2014

  • doty mug web.jpg Ex-Tiger Doty adjusting on and off the field

    Former Pryor Tiger Christian Doty joined the Oklahoma Baptist University football team for its first season in 73 years in 2013, and rejoined the team Friday to begin preparations for the school's sophomore season.

    July 19, 2014 2 Photos

  • lococo.jpg Wildcats marching to their own beat

    After spring sports finished, Salina head coach Matt Williams had a peculiar message for his football team.

    July 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Tigers earn top seed, fall in semis

    Pryor's improved passing game was on display again Monday, as the Tigers traveled to Hilldale for a 7-on-7 tournament and finished in the tourney's top four.

    July 15, 2014

  • IMG_9538KRT.jpg Summer Nationals returns to Chouteau Bend

    After a year-long hiatus, the Mid-America Summer Nationals drag boat races will return to Chouteau Bend.

    July 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • brock taylor.JPG Pirates slowed at 7-on-7 showcase

    Locust Grove went head-to-head against some of the best skill players in the region last weekend at the Southwest Elite 7-on-7 Showcase in Springdale, Ark.

    July 14, 2014 2 Photos