David Ubben, ESPN.com
No. 9 Oklahoma State 47, No. 13 Oklahoma 38: Expect this one to be well worth the price of admission. Oklahoma State's defense has made big strides down the stretch, and they'll be the difference this week. Mike Gundy gets his first win over the Sooners with the most on the line and on the biggest stage. Couldn't ask for a better time. I'll be back on Friday with my three keys to this game for each team.
Bruce Feldman, ESPN.com
Oklahoma State 42, Oklahoma 41: The Cowboys offense has been spectacular all season, and Brandon Weeden has completed more than 70 percent of his passes and thrown for an average of more than 400 yards in the past three games. The bad news: OSU is 108th in pass D and 95th in TFLs. The Sooners are loaded on offense, too, and have been very sharp in their past two games.
Pat Forde, ESPN.com
Oklahoma State 34, Oklahoma 28: What's at stake: Cowboys shooting for their first Big 12 South title outright with a victory. Sooners can win the South outright with a victory and a Texas A&M loss, or could win a BCS standings tiebreaker with the Aggies if both win. Spoiler Factor: The Sooners are a bit of a disappointment, continuing their unexceptional play away from Norman. The Cowboys rank among the biggest surprises in the country. Oklahoma has won seven straight in this rivalry, but they'll struggle to slow down the explosive Pokes.
Stewart Mandel, SI.com
Oklahoma State 38, Oklahoma 34: It's hard to believe OU won this game 27-0 just a year ago. Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles will have another big day for the Sooners' offense, but it's hard to keep up with the Cowboys in a shootout. Oklahoma's secondary is shaky, which is not a good thing with Brandon Weeden throwing bombs to Justin Blackmon. On to Dallas you go, Mike Gundy.
Dennis Dodd, CBSSports.com
Oklahoma State: The three best offensive players in the Big 12 play for the Cowboys (Kendall Hunter, Justin Blackmon and Brandon Weeden). They'll go against a middling OU defense (62nd nationally). This one is fairly simple. At home, with T. Boone's investment finally paying off, the Pokes win the Big 12 South, their first title of any kind since 1976.