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2018 Week 1 Analysis- Florida Atlantic vs. Oklahoma

Florida Atlantic vs. Oklahoma
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Florida Atlantic won 11 games in 2017 against 10 FBS opponents (Middle Tennessee State, Old Dominion, North Texas-twice, Western Kentucky, Marshall, La. Tech, Florida International, Charlotte & Akron) with a combined overall record of 58-59 or .495%. The Owls won those games by a total score of 459-211 or 24.8 ppg.

 

 

 

 
Florida Atlantic also defeated FCS opponent-Bethune Cookman by a score of 45-0.

 

 

 

 
Florida Atlantic lost 3 games in 2017 against FBS opponents (Buffalo, Navy & Wisconsin) who had a combined overall record of 26-13 or .666%. The Owls lost those games by a total score of 107-64 or 14.3 ppg.

 

 

 

 
Since 2010, Oklahoma is 7-1 on week of the college football season and have won those games by a total score of 281-71 or 30.0 ppg.
Since 2011, Oklahoma is 21-7 against out of conference opponents (includes bowls & FCS). The Sooners have won those games by a total score of 916-310 or 28.8 ppg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Oklahoma won 12 games in 2017 against FBS opponents (UTEP, Ohio State, Tulane, Baylor, Texas, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, TCU-twice, Kansas & West Virginia) who had a combined overall record of 69-72 or .489%. The Sooners won those games by a total score of 553-287 or 22.1 ppg.

 

 

 

 

 
Oklahoma was 5-1 at home in 2017. Those five wins came against FBS opponents (UTEP, Tulane, Texas Tech, TCU & West Virginia) who had a combined overall record of 30-34 or .468%. The Sooners won those games by a total score of 258-99 or 31.8 ppg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Oklahoma was 7-1 on the road or on a neutral field in 2017. The Sooners won those 7 games against FBS opponents (Ohio State, Baylor, Texas, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Kansas & TCU) with a combined overall record 50-41 or .549% by a total score of 292-191 or 14.4 ppg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Oklahoma was 9-1 against Big 12 opponents in 2017. The Sooners won those games against those opponents (Baylor, Texas, Kansas State, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, TCU-twice, Kansas & West Virginia) who had a combined overall record of 52-51 or .504% by a total score of 410-250 or 17.7 ppg.

 

 

 

 

Oklahoma lost two games in 2017 to Iowa State and Georgia who had a combined overall record of 21-7 or .750%. The Sooners lost those games by a total score of 92-79 or 6.5 ppg.

 

 

 

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