Oklahoma came into this season without its beginning quarterback Rhett Bomar and seven weeks prior Adrian Perterson, the best back in the nation, went down with a wrecked collarbone. In the wake of losing its main two hostile weapons, one would feel that Oklahoma’s BCS bowl expectations would be shot. Notwithstanding, the Sooners have continued to win (and they got some assistance from Texas) and they have wound up ready to play in the Party Bowl on New Year’s Day with a success over the Nebraska Corn Huskers at Sharpened stone Arena.
Senior Paul Thompson, who had yielded to back up obligation, supplanted Bomar at quarterback this season and has truly come on of late tossing 10 score passes against only two interferences during Oklahoma’s momentum seven-game series of wins. Adrian Peterson’s physical Link Slot Gacor issue had all the earmarks of being Oklahoma’s knockout blow. The 2004 Heisman Prize next in line had piled up 935 yards and 10 scores in the season’s initial six games prior to going down with injury. Stoops won’t take any risks embedding Peterson into the setup this Saturday in spite of the capable back showing a great deal of progress. Stoops’ choice was reasonable made simpler by the way that his group has scrambled for 224 yards or more in four of their last five games including a season-high 238 yards last week against Oklahoma State. Junior full back Allen Patrick has gotten the vast majority of the leeway with four straight 100-yard games.
Regardless of both of these celebrated school football programs being lasting opponents in the previous Large Eight, Oklahoma and Nebraska have never met in a Major 12 Meeting title game. Nebraska is somewhat to fault for that as the Huskers haven’t showed up in the meeting title game in 7 seasons.
Following a few shoddy years, ghastly seasons by Nebraska guidelines, “The Enormous Red Machine” has been rejuvenated by Bill Callahan and his pass situated offense which appears to be a lot of unique than the old choice sets we were accustomed to seeing for such countless years. Senior quarterback Zac Taylor makes this offense work. He has tossed for a school record 2,789 yards this season with 24 score passes and only four interferences while driving the Huskers powerful hostile assault which is averaging 33.9ppg and 434 yards of complete offense.
The Huskers ran the table in the Large 12 North going 5-0, yet they dropped two of three games against the South division this season. Will Nebraska recover its fortress on the gathering or will Oklahoma vanquish another obstacle this season to go BCS bowling once more? I am so positive about Saturday’s triumphant side that I have made this Huge 12 Title matchup my Large 12 Round of the Year. Ensure you’re ready this Saturday for the greatest champ in the Large 12 this season.