No. 7 Oklahoma seeks 2-0 start under new coach Venables

The Associated Press - September 9, 2022 12:09 pm

Brent Venables

(AP) — No. 7 Oklahoma has already moved up two spots in the AP Top 25 and is positioning itself for a run at a playoff berth down the road. A loss would be virtually impossible to recover from and would slow the energy the program has been building under first-year coach Brent Venables.

The Sooners seek a second consecutive solid win heading into a road test at Nebraska the following week.

Kent State, among the favorites in the Mid-American Conference, hopes to improve on last week’s 45-20 loss to Washington.

 

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