OU's Ryan Broyles and OSU's Justin Blackmon are two of the three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award, which goes to college football's top wide receiver.
They are joined by South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery.
OSU and OU play Saturday in Stillwater for the Big 12 South division title.
Blackmon enters the game as the national leader in receiving yards (1,560), touchdown catches and touchdowns (19). He is second nationally with 9.4 receptions per game and is third nationally with 11.4 points scored per game.
Broyles enters the game as the national leader in catches (106); he's third nationally in receiving yards (1,309); and fifth in touchdown catches (12).
HUNTER FINALIST FOR DOAK WALKER
OSU tailback Kendall Hunter was named one of three finalists for the Doak Walker Award, which goes to college football's top running back.
Oregon's LaMichael James and Wisconsin's John Clay join Hunter as finalists.
Hunter ranks third nationally in rushing yards (1,461, which is second among running backs) and fifth nationally in rushing touchdowns (16). James is fourth nationally in rushing (1,422 yards). Clay is 39th (929 yards).
Hunter is fourth all-time in OSU rushing with 4,094 career yards.
BAILEY FINALIST FOR GROZA AWARD
OSU senior Dan Bailey has been named a finalist for the Lou Groza Award, which goes to college football's top kicker.
The other finalists are Southern Mississippi's Danny Hrapmann and Notre Dame's David Ruffer.
Bailey has made a school record 22 of his 26 field-goal attempts, including the walkoff, 40-yard game-winner in a 38-35 win over Texas A&M. Bailey is second nationally in scoring (11.45 points a game).
THORPE FINALISTS NAMED
Nebraska's Prince Amukamara, TCU's Tejay Johnson and LSU's Patrick Peterson have been named finalists for the Thorpe Award, which goes to college football's most outstanding defensive back.
The official presentation will be at a formal banquet in Oklahoma City on Feb. 7.
Thorpe Award winners are selected for performance on the field, athletic ability and character.
AWARD SHOW DEC. 9
The Biletnikoff, Doak Walker, Lou Groza and Thorpe award winners will be announced Dec. 9 on ESPNU's College Football Awards Show from Lake Buena Vista, Fla.