LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - It doesn't seem to matter how well Oklahoma fares in its annual Red River Rivalry with Texas. Whoever is next on the schedule had better watch out.
For some reason, that often ends up being Kansas.
The No. 18 Sooners have won 14 straight games played the week after tussling with the Longhorns, and that includes a 6-0 mark against the Jayhawks. Only five of those games came on the heels of a loss, as will be the case when Oklahoma plays Kansas on Saturday.
Oklahoma (5-1, 2-1) still believes it has a chance to win the Big 12 title, while the Jayhawks (2-3, 0-2) hope they can spring an upset to end a 23-game conference losing streak.