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Sooners travel to Cincinnati for first road game

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — With their own fans surrounding them in the friendly confines of Owen Field, the Oklahoma Sooners have been practically invincible.
It’s been more than five years and 33 straight games since the eighth-ranked Sooners (3-0) lost at home, the longest stretch in the country.
Get them playing somewhere else, and it’s a different story.
Under Bob Stoops, Oklahoma has a sparkling 69-2 record at home but is just 51-27 elsewhere — including five losses in the last seven games on the road or at neutral sites. This season’s first test away from home comes Saturday ...

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