Tons of stories written after the game and I don’t believe these are duplicates, but I apologize in advance if they are:
Greg Ward picks up where he left off in Cougars’ win over Sooners
Maybe No. 15 Houston’s 33-23 win over No. 3 Oklahoma on Saturday shouldn’t have been such a surprise, given what Cougars quarterback Greg Ward Jr. had done in his career entering the game.
Houston makes emphatic playoff statement with win over Oklahoma
With each victory, this conversation will get more serious, and Houston likely still has to go undefeated to have a true chance at the top four. It already has the committee’s attention, though. It earned its respect last year as the highest-ranked Group of 5 conference champion and beat No. 9 Florida State last year in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
The inside story of Houston’s potentially playoff-crashing kick-six
“We were actually – I’m embarrassed to say – we were caught in the middle of punt-safe vs. our field goal block team,” Herman said. “We weren’t sure who [Oklahoma had] jogging out. Was it the punt team jogging out? They were confused as well, because they didn’t have the right people. It was a little helter-skelter on their sidelines, so we weren’t sure. Them having to call timeout certainly settled us down. Allowed us to know exactly who they were going to put in the game and decide what to do from there.”
Houston eyeing a playoff spot with impressive win
2 minute video - Houston talk comes at the beginning
1 Big Thing: If Houston wins out, put them in the Playoff
Scott Van Pelt
2:30 video where Scott makes the case that Houston should be in the playoffs if they go undefeated