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Porter Moser on Continuing Bedlam: ‘I Don’t Think This is the Last Time We’ll Play’

Porter Moser

It is no secret that the Bedlam rivalry between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State is one of the best rivalries in all of college athletics.

Oklahoma head coach Porter Moser was asked for his thoughts on the final game of the rivalry, which prompted the Sooners’ coach to shoot down the notion of the rivalry dying.

 

“I personally don’t think this is the last time we’ll play,” Moser said. “I see a world where this great rivalry continues. I don’t know when that is, based on a lot of logistical factors, but I see a world where this great rivalry continues.”

Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are set to face off in their final Bedlam series as members of the Big 12 on Saturday with one final matchup ahead of the Sooners’ departure to the SEC. Moser’s squad took home the first meeting between in-state rivals, 66-62, on February 10th in Norman.

Oklahoma enters the game on a two-game losing streak after dropping games against No. 9 Kansas and No. 11 Baylor, while Oklahoma State has found a way to flip the script in their last two games. The Cowboys are fresh off of a winning streak of their own after taking down Cincinnati and No. 25 BYU in back-to-back outings.

The final Bedlam matchup of the foreseeable future tips off on Saturday, February 24th, at 3:00 PM CT in Stillwater.

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