NBC doesn't telecast much college football now outside of Notre Dame home games, so it's no surprise that Saturday will be the Sooners' first appearance on the network since the 34-20 loss at Notre Dame in 1999.
Oklahoma is 16-11 all time on NBC. From 1967-87, all of the Sooners' appearances on NBC but one came in the Orange Bowl. Oklahoma lost to Arizona State in the 1982 Fiesta Bowl on NBC.
This will be the fifth meeting between Oklahoma and Notre Dame that will be televised on the network. Those include Notre Dame's 7-0 win in Norman in 1957 that snapped the Sooners' 47-game winning streak and Oklahoma's 40-0 win at South Bend the year before.
Notre Dame's home games have been televised by NBC since 1991.
NOTRE DAME STAGING ‘GREEN OUT'
Last season, Oklahoma striped the stadium for its home game against Notre Dame and repeated the promotion against West Virginia earlier this season.
Saturday, Notre Dame is asking Irish fans to wear green for the game against Oklahoma.
Irish coach Brian Kelly made the announcement Sunday on his weekly coach's show.
TCU KICKOFF TIME SET
The Sooners' Oct. 5 home game against TCU will kick off at 6 p.m. and will be televised on Fox.
The game will be the third 6 p.m. kickoff for the Sooners, who also started at that time against Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia.
Oklahoma is 8-4 all-time against the Horned Frogs, including last year's 24-17 win in Fort Worth.
The teams have not played in Norman since 2008, when TCU was not a member of the Big 12.
The kickoff times for the Sooners other two remaining home games — Oct. 26 against Texas Tech and Nov. 16 against Iowa State — have not yet been determined.