Oklahoma is on its third quarterback in as many years but already looks as good or better in 2019 as the previous two. They’ve dropped a combined 119 points on Houston and South Dakota to start 2-0.
After this week’s game against UCLA, they’ll begin their Big 12 slate in earnest. Ahead of this weekend, ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI) has emerged with odds on Oklahoma’s chances in all of those games.
The latest analysis from ESPN’s FPI has Oklahoma as the favorite in every one of their regular season games.
Their highest chance of winning comes at Kansas at 98.0-percent. Meanwhile, their lowest chance of winning comes in their road game against Baylor at 68.0-percent.
Even their game against Texas – often the toughest game on the Sooners’ schedule – offers a 70.8-percent chance of winning.
But running the table has been a tough ask for Oklahoma, even in their best years. They last went undefeated in the regular season in 2004 before losing to USC in the Orange Bowl.
Sweeping the Big 12 won’t guarantee a strong finish in the College Football Playoff either. They’ve played in the tournament in back-to-back years and were bounced in the Semifinals both times.
Can the Oklahoma Sooners go undefeated in 2019?