Oklahoma's College Football Playoff chances are on life support.
Oklahoma lost at home to unranked Iowa State on Saturday - meaning the Sooners will likely have to win out and capture the Big 12 title to have a shot at playing in the College Football Playoff. But it isn't the loss that ESPN playoff expert Heather Dinich is concerned about - it's the reason for it.
Simply put, Oklahoma could not stop Iowa State's passing attack - despite the fact that the Cyclones were playing their third string quarterback Kyle Kempt.
On the day, Iowa State's quarterbacks finished 20-of-27 for 368 yards and three touchdowns. Dinich says there's no way Oklahoma wins the rest of its games with that going on.
Oklahoma, now 4-1, gets Texas in its big rivalry game next week. We'll see if Lincoln Riley & Co. can come up with a game plan to stop the Longhorns' passing attack.