Oklahoma and Army are currently playing college football’s game of the week that nobody can see. The Sooners and the Black Knights are heading to overtime, tied at 21-21.
The game, for those unaware, is not on television. We explain why that’s the case here.
Army was driving late in the fourth quarter for a game-winning score, but the quarterback turned the ball over. Oklahoma took over and marched into Army territory, setting up a game-winning field goal kick.
Oklahoma kicker Austin Seibert had a try from just more than 30 yards out for the win. It missed.
“Wide left! We have OT.”
Wide left! We have OT pic.twitter.com/JNpw6jdZsB
— Ian Wharton (@NFLFilmStudy) September 23, 2018
Oklahoma and Army are now in overtime. Army won the toss and opted to go on defense first.
Oklahoma has the ball now. Stay tuned.