The last time these two teams met in Norman was in 2011. That was that year the Red Raiders busted OU's 39 home game winning streak with a 41-38 victory.
But with vengeance in their eyes, the Sooners traveled to Lubbock the following year to defeat the Red Raiders 41-20.
And it seems that 41 is a common theme in this conference tale.
Texas Tech averages 41 points per game and currently has the second-best passing offense in the conference, - behind Baylor, with an average of 416 yards per game.
But if there is anything that could stand in the way of that explosive offense, it's the OU passing defense that is currently ranked number one in the country.
The Red Raiders have managed to maintain a perfect season.
With a record-breaking season on the field and in the stands, it seems like a good time now to face a tough conference rival.
This is the first ranked team that Texas Tech will face since defeating TCU in the first conference game of the season here at home.
The 15th-ranked Sooners will host the No. 10 Red Raiders on OU's homecoming.
While Kliff Kingsbury's resume as a first year head coach is growing, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops has one of his own, with a 22-1 record for defeating rookie head coaches in their first meeting.
Kickoff is 2:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast on FOX.
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