Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Tech Raiders: Live Blog, Analysis and Reaction

Ben GibsonSenior Analyst IOctober 22, 2011

NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 22:  Wide receiver Alex Torres #86 of Texas Tech runs a reception for a touchdown in the first half against the Oklahoma Sooners October 22, 2011 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma.  Texas Tech leads Oklahoma 24-7 at the half.  (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
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Defense looks like it will be optional tonight in Norman, Oklahoma.

The Sooners are fourth in the country in total offense and sixth in scoring offense. Despite the fact that four times last week Oklahoma had to settle for field goals, the Sooners have a wide receiver in Ryan Broyles who few teams can match.

While no one is giving Texas Tech much of a chance in this one, the Red Raiders have an offense that can keep pace with the No. 3 team in the country.

Given all the emphasis on the SEC in college football, Oklahoma looks to make a statement tonight and solidify its chances of making the BCS Championship game by season's end.

Will the Sooners continue to roll with the longest winning streak at home in the country or will Texas Tech provide some BCS chaos?