Before Oklahoma starts their conference schedule next week, the Sooners will play against Army tomorrow.
Through the first three games of the season, Oklahoma has relied on Kyler Murray's insane production. Despite having large shoes to fill heading into this year, the dual-threat quarterback continues to impress.
As of right now, the Sooners average 49.7 points per game, which is a huge reason for their success thus far.
According to ESPN's FPI, Oklahoma has a 98.2 percent chance of winning. Oklahoma's biggest test might not come until Oct. 6, when the Sooners face Texas. Nonetheless, Lincoln Riley's squad is battle-tested, especially after their road win over Iowa State.
For Army, they'll need a strong performance from Kelvin Hopkins Jr. and their committee of tailbacks. After all, they average over 300 yards per game on the ground, placing them as the No. 6 rushing team in the nation.
Army and Oklahoma will kick off at 7:00 p.m. ET from Memorial Stadium.