Oklahoma high school football returns with the Ford Game of the Week on YurView. On August 28th, the season kicks off with great opening night matchups between teams from the Oklahoma City and Tulsa regions.
Friday’s Ford Game of the Week doubleheader features Oklahoma City area rivals, Midwest City vs. Westmoore. In Northeastern Oklahoma, the Highway 97 rivalry renews when Sand Springs heads to Sapulpa. Both games start at 7:00 pm CT.
This season’s Ford Game of Week schedule includes 11 weeks of the best Oklahoma high school football matchups with 20 regular-season football games, three OSSAA State Champions from 2019, and the annual Backyard Bowl rivalry game.
Featured Teams and Matchups
Among the top games are three undefeated teams from last season. Class 2A state champion Metro Christian takes on Holland Hall September 18. The Class 6A Division 1 champ Owasso Rams go on the road to take on the Mustang Broncos October 23, and Class 6A Division II champion Bixby Spartans face a tough road test against the Muskogee Roughers – also on October 23. Don’t sleep on October 2nd – that’s the night Edmond Santa Fe and Westmoore meet in another big battle.
There’s not a bigger rivalry game in Oklahoma than the Union vs. Jenks Backyard Bowl. Since 1996, the two schools have combined for over 20 state championships in Oklahoma’s largest classification. YurView will have the Backyard Bowl live on Friday, September 11.
Top College Recruits
If you want to catch some of tomorrow’s college stars, keep an eye out for these guys. Speedy Union running back A.J. Green is committed to Arkansas as is Booker T. Washington cornerback Keuan Parker.
Edmond Santa Fe’s Collin Oliver plans to be an Oklahoma State Cowboy linebacker. Other OSU commits are safety Ty Williams of Muskogee, Norman wide receiver Jaden Bray, offensive tackle Logan Nobles of the Jenks Trojans and athletic Makele Smith from Midwest City.
Follow your favorite prospects all season long on the Ford Game of the Week.
How to Watch
Viewers in Oklahoma City can watch their featured game on YurView OK (Cox channel 3) and the Tulsa matchup on YurView OK Extra (Cox channel 93). In Tulsa, viewers can watch their featured game on YurView OK and the secondary game on OK Extra. For more information, check local listings in your region.
A live stream of every game will be available for $7.50. If you’re interested in purchasing a copy of the game, it will be available to download for $25 the following afternoon. Watch for weekly links on yurview.com for the latest high school football matchups in Oklahoma.
Stay in the Loop
For the latest recruiting buzz, listen to the Over the Middle weekly podcast featuring high school football recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree – available on iTunes, Stitcher and other major podcast networks.