As the upcoming matchup against Oklahoma State approaches, the Cincinnati Bearcats are continuing to prepare for a difficult battle on Saturday night!
Following an impressive start to the regular season, the Bearcats are still searching for their first Big 12 win after recently suffering a fifth consecutive loss.
Make sure to preview the conference meeting with odds, players to watch, pregame quotes and more prior to kick off against the Cowboys this weekend.
The upcoming matchup presents an opportunity for Cincinnati to break the five-game losing streak and secure the first ever Big 12 victory in school history.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats continue to prepare for a difficult road trip to Oklahoma State
- Date: Saturday, October 28 at 8:00 PM
- Location: Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater
- Series History: Cowboys lead 2-1
- TV Broadcast: ESPN2 and fuboTV
Players to watch are Cincinnati defensive linemen Jowon Briggs and Dontay Corleone, plus running back duo Corey Kiner and Myles Montgomery.
Scott Satterfield’s team must get a quality showing from the offense and slow down the Cowboys from being able to create big plays at a consistent rate.
The Bearcats opened as 7.5-point underdogs at Oklahoma State with the over/under projected at 53.5 total points according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats aim to pull off an upset at Big 12 opponent Oklahoma State
During a weekly press conference, Satterfield broke down the losing skid and discussed the game plan against Oklahoma State via Cincinnati Athletics.
It will be key for Bryan Brown’s defense to contain Oklahoma State’s offense that is led by quarterback Alan Bowman and star running back Ollie Gordon II.
"“We’re looking forward to Oklahoma State. They have a lot of confidence and are rolling right now. We must have our guys be where they’re supposed to be now. The good news is our guys up front have done a good job in the past with the running game this year, but this will be our biggest test to be able to stop the run this week. A lot of the teams we’ve played so far have not run as consistently as good as Oklahoma State. This will be our biggest test and it starts up front. Their offensive line is good and they have a lot of seniors up front.”"