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Taking A Look At Oklahoma's Future Football Schedules

Oklahoma defenisve linemen Tyreece Lott and Amani Bledsoe celebrate a big play against Baylor.

NORMAN, OK - SEPTEMBER 29: Defensive end Amani Bledsoe #72 and defensive end Tyreece Lott #93 of the Oklahoma Sooners celebrate a play against the Baylor Bears at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 29, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Baylor 66-33. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

The Oklahoma Sooners have clearly established themselves as a college football power. Lincoln Riley has developed one of the most explosive offenses in the nation, and one good enough to overcome a shaky defense to reach the College Football Playoff.

Playing a decent schedule certainly helps. The Big 12 has been up-and-down, but OU has stepped up with at least one prominent non-conference game per year.

Right now, OU has games scheduled out all the way through 2036. In many of those years, they will face another true national contender.

Here is every non-conference game that the Oklahoma Sooners have scheduled as of today.

With the way the Big 12 is currently constructed, Oklahoma plays each of the other conference members every year. That leaves three non-conference slots for the Sooners.

The next available game that the Sooners have is 2022. They have a Power Five opponent set for every year through 2036, except for 2034.

Via FBSchedules:

Sept. 1: vs. Houston
Sept. 7: vs. South Dakota
Sept. 14: at UCLA

Sept. 5: vs. Missouri State
Sept. 12: vs. Tennessee
Sept. 26: at Army

Sept. 4: at Tulane
Sept. 11: vs. Western Carolina
Sept. 18: vs. Nebraska

Sept. 3: vs. UTEP
Sept. 17: at Nebraska

Sept. 9: vs. Georgia

Aug. 31: vs. Temple
Sept. 7: at Tennessee
Sept. 14: vs. Tulane

Sept. 6: vs. Michigan
Sept. 13: at Temple

Sept. 12: at Michigan

Sept. 18: vs. LSU

Sept. 2: vs. Temple
Sept. 9: at LSU

Sept. 15: vs. Nebraska

Sept. 14: at Nebraska

Sept. 13: at Georgia

Sept. 11: vs. Alabama

Sept. 10: at Alabama

Sept. 15: at Clemson

Sept. 13: vs. Clemson