2013 record: 3-9
Last year vs. OU: 34-19, Oklahoma.
Why this game is dangerous: Trap game. Trap game. Trap game. Granted it's clearly not the toughest opponent, but that's the point of a trap game. When the Nov. 22 showdown comes around, the Sooners will be one week removed from a trip to Lubbock, Texas and two weeks from Bedlam.
Players to watch: There aren't many players to worry about on the Kansas' roster, especially under center. Weis named sophomore Montell Cozart as his starter in the spring, but there's a better chance for a quarterback controversy than an outright playmaker. As a result, expect Oklahoma's defense to shine – as it probably had all season before this game. It could be a huge day for senior defensive back Julian Wilson, who likely will be the team's captain. Wilson might make bigger single plays this season, but statistically, this could be a huge day for him.
Prediction: Don't be surprised by a self-induced slow start in this one, maybe even an early deficit. But if the Sooners are truly a national title contender, quarterback Trevor Knight will be able to push Oklahoma to a win. Expect a two-score victory in this one.