- Damon Sayles, RecruitingNation
Bedlam. Normally, it’s the hottest ticket in Oklahoma.
This year, it’ll be one of the coldest. Literally.
With temperatures in Stillwater, Okla., expected to be in the teens -- and wind chills making temperatures feel below zero -- Saturday’s battle between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will be one to watch. For many recruits, watching it in person may not be an option this year. Several areas around the region are expecting icy roads, and for those getting around, many will be focused on competing in a playoff game.
Still, the show must go on, and when the Sooners and Cowboys collide, fireworks are expected. The game arguably is bigger for Oklahoma State than Oklahoma, as the Cowboys clinch the Big 12 championship with a win. Here are five players who will be keeping an eye out on the results:
ESPN 300 CB Adoree' Jackson (Gardena, Calif./Serra): The No. 7 player in the country has Oklahoma high on his list. While LSU, Tennessee, USC and Florida State are also up there, the Sooners can make an impression in a big rivalry game -- particularly as the road team. RecruitingNation’s Hot Board has Jackson headed to Oregon, but the Sooners have a good reputation of landing elite players from the west coast.
Bedlam. Normally, it’s the hottest ticket in Oklahoma.This year, it’ll be one of the coldest. Literally.With temperatures in Stillwater, Okla.