Adam Rittenberg, Brad Edwards & Chris Low discuss the rumors swirling around Mike MacIntyre & Colorado (3:06), the impact of Tua's health (9:30), whether Bama or OU has a more potent offense (19:35), Mike Gundy's comments on transferring snowflakes (27:10) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (34:05) and Extra Points (50:14).
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Peter Burns, Ryan McGee & Chris Low discuss a great finish at Bedlam (1:58), the top-10 taking care of business (7:00), Bobby Petrino getting the axe (24:40) & more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" (33:06), Walk-Ons (39:36) and Extra Points (46:47).
- Gundy mulls benching players over bad penalties
- Texas' Ehlinger (shoulder) should face Cowboys
- Oklahoma State's Daniels (finger) out for season
- OK State's McCleskey to redshirt, transfer
Kyler Murray passed for 349 yards and ran for 66 and No. 6 Oklahoma survived a late two-point conversion attempt to beat Oklahoma State 48-47 on Saturday.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Oklahoma State's WRs are completely destroying the Oklahoma secondary. Tylan Wallace has 128 yards receiving early in the second quarter. And this has already turned into another Bedlam score-fest.
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss Bedlam and what it means for Oklahoma and Oklahoma St.
Who will win when No. 10 Ohio State visits No. 18 Michigan State? Our reporters pick that game, plus Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, Clemson at Boston College and Washington State at Colorado.
Peter Burns, Heather Dinich & Adam Rittenberg make their CFP rankings predictions (1:50), discuss the coolest coaches in the sport (19:52), present their platforms to be czar of college football (27:23) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (33:58) & Extra Points (41:34).
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy said Monday he will consider benching players for committing bad penalties, an issue that has plagued the inconsistent Cowboys all season.
Charlie Brewer threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Denzel Mims with seven seconds left to give Baylor a 35-31 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Taylor Cornelius had received his share of local criticism after Oklahoma State lost two straight contests, with some people calling for him to be pulled from the starting lineup.