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Roundtable: PFB Makes Final Bedlam Predictions

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Bedlam is tomorrow. The PFB team broke down our predictions and for the game and made our game picks.

Boone: So Dede Westbrook seems confident. He posted on instagram a picture of him and Baker Mayfield with a caption “laughing about OSU’s chances Saturday.” Since this is a predictions post, how many yards will Dede Westbrook have in Bedlam? And will he eat his words?

Cox: I will say 85. The weather has the potential to slow down either passing game but he will break off for at least one big play. As far as laughing at the chance is concerned, he will eat his words.

Porter: I’ll say 110. But I don’t think he’s going to be the best receiver on the field. And I think that will surprise him.

Caleb: I agree. He’s had some good games, but if you look at teams with good defenses, he’s put up 100 on WVU, only 88 on BU and only 105 yards against Kansas. KANSAS!!! I’m going price is right rules and saying 84 to beat Cox.

Cox: plus I agree with KP’s dad from the pod. I don’t think Spencer is going to give much up over the top.

Caleb: Also he had 33 yards against Louisiana Monroe. I know he only played like 4.2% of that game probably, but come on…

Southwell: I wouldn’t hold that against Kansas after their performance against James Washington. They’re frustrating.

But I’m in the same line of thinking with you guys. Weather could be a factor, but I’m worried our defense will bite on double moves. I think he will have about 100 yards. I think James Washington will have a lot more.

Boone: Who will have the better game // Mason Rudolph or Baker Mayfield?

Cox: Wooo

Porter: Mayfield because he’s going to run a lot. I still don’t trust Road Rudolph like I do Home Rudolph.

Cox: I’m going with Mayfield from a numbers standpoint… But I don’t think that necessarily means OU wins.

Caleb: Mayfield will look and feel like the better quarterback, but Mason’s stat line will be better. Also Mason gets the W, so obviously….

Cox: Mason will win the award for better TD celebrations.

Southwell: Mason should come away with a better stat line for passing. Both QBs will run, but Mayfield should take that category.
I think Mason will have more TDs and fewer INTs, so I’m going with Rudolph overall.

Cox: I think unless OU goes up big, Gundy’s going to want to lean on Hill/Carson heavily… He’s been waiting for a running game toy for three years. He’s on the road so he’s going to want to play with it.

Porter: This is true. One of the OU writers Mandeville interviewed earlier in the week said one way to beat OU is like Tech (air, air, air) and the other is like Kansas State. Guess which one Gundy is going to choose.

Cox: that makes you wonder if they will use Rudolph to run the ball more than normal

Porter: Why not? No Playoff to play for. Bowl game not for a month. Ride the Reindeer.

Southwell: OSU should be able to do whatever they want against OU’s defense. No reason to heavily lean on the run or pass

Cox: I just hope weather doesn’t factor in that much.

Boone: So a crazy/bold prediction for the game?

Porter: Jalen McCleskey has a return TD.

Cox: I predict that OU attempts a fake punt and it ends badly for them

Caleb: Boring prediction: Sanders doesn’t see the field.
Crazy prediction: We have at least 5 rushing touchdowns between Carson, Hill, and Rudolph.

Southwell: Dede Westbrook gets stranded on Ramon Island :palm_tree:

Justice Hill runs for a TD on the first play with no flags for holding

Boone: I think OSU will have two RUN touchdowns of > 50 yards

Cox: I say Justice Hill has his best game of the season.

Boone: Whats our final score predicitions? I’ll take 31-28 OSU.

Southwell: 45-42 OSU

Cox: 38-35 OSU

Porter: 44-37 OU.

Southwell: WHY DO YOU HATE OSU @porter

Caleb: 45-41 Pokes. Taylor blocks and extra point, forcing OU into some tough decisions, they score at the end to make it 42-41 (OSU in lead), fail to recover an onside kick, and the Ice Pirate seals the deal. Boom

Cox: 

 

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