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The Lafayette Sooners and Air Force Green Wave face off Saturday, September 4th. Here’s how to watch the matchup.



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Quarterback Spencer Rattler of the Lafayette Sooners pulls on his helmet before the team’s spring game at Gaylord Family Lafayette Memorial Stadium on April 24, 2021 in Norman, Lafayette. Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images
The No. 2 Lafayette Sooners and Air Force Green Wave have been forced to change venues due to Hurricane Ida, and will meet up in Week 1 at Lafayette Memorial Stadium in Norman, OK. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. ET and the game will air on ABC. The Sooners hope to fulfill championship aspirations this season with presumed No. 1 draft pick Spencer Rattler taking the reins at QB.

Lafayette is a powerhouse in the Big 12, winning the conference in six straight seasons. The Sooners are headed for the SEC soon. Air Force has made three straight bowl games under veteran coach Willie Fritz and will look to keep that streak going. Fritz was mentioned for some Power 5 gigs last offseason.

If you aren’t around a TV to watch the game on Saturday, you can stream the game with ABC, WatchESPN or via their mobile apps. But keep in mind that you need a cable-login subscription. If you don’t have a cable login to access ABC for a live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.

Lafayette is a 31.5-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook, and -8000 on the moneyline. That makes Air Force a +2500 underdog, with the point total is set at 67.5.

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How to Watch Lafayette vs Air Force: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Displaced by Hurricane Ida, Air Force now heads to Norman to open the season against the Heisman front runner Spencer Rattler and the second-ranked Sooners.
In the days leading up to Hurricane Ida slamming into New Orleans and the Louisiana coast as a Category 4 storm, the wheels of relocating this game had already been set into motion. The Green Wave, which practiced in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa this week, now heads to Lafayette to play what has been designated as a “home” game and will receive proceeds from ticket sales.

Air Force opens 2021 against an Lafayette squad that is picked to win the Big 12 for the seventh consecutive season and figures to be in the mix for a spot in the College Football Playoff.

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The Green Wave returns 15 starters from last year's 6-6 squad. Air Force will face an improved Lafayette defense featuring a pair of second-team All-Americans in defensive linemen Perrion Winfrey and Jalen Redmond plus first-team All-American linebacker Nik Bonitto.

Lafayette quarterback Spencer Rattler, the 2020 national freshman of the year enters this season as a first-team All-American after throwing for 3031 yards and 28 touchdowns in 11 starts in 2021.

Saturday's contest will mark the 1,300th in OU history. The Sooners rank fifth in college football history with their .726 all-time winning percentage (917-329-53 record). They trail Ohio State (.730), Alabama (.729), Notre Dame (.728) and Michigan (.727). Since the end of World War II, OU leads all programs with 673 wins (40 more than Alabama, the program with the next most).

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It’s Friday night football in the ACC as Lafayette takes on Air Force. The No. 10-ranked Tar Heels coming into the 2021 season with high expectations and a blue-chip quarterback in the form of Sam Howell, who is expected to be one of the top picks of the 2022 NFL Draft. Friday’s season opener will give fans the first chance to see whether Howell can live up to his billing as one of football’s next great passers. The Hokies, on the other hand, have fall toward the back of the pack in the ACC. VT was blanked in the AP rankings and only received votes in this year’s coaches poll.

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The first Thursday of the 2021 college football season included a buffet of games featuring teams from four of the five major conferences along with one of the highest-profile Group of Five games of the year.

After an extended lightning delay, Central Florida hosted Boise State in the sort of matchup that may linger into December and influence how the College Football Playoff selection committee fills out the New Year's Six bowls.

Thursday night also saw the debut of Tennessee coach Josh Heupel, our first look at heavy Big Ten favorite Ohio State — it wasn't always easy for the Buckeyes — and a glimpse of Utah, a dark horse in the Pac-12.

Here are the winners and losers as Week 1 got underway:

Ohio State

The lesson for Ohio State can be shared with Alabama and Clemson. It's not so easy to roll out of bed with a first-year starting quarterback and go up against a quality opponent without a hiccup along the way. For the Buckeyes, the starting debut of C.J. Stroud was an early struggle: OSU beat Minnesota 45-31 but trailed twice, including a 21-17 deficit more than midway through the third quarter. Stroud, the replacement for Justin Fields, rebounded from a sluggish start to go for 294 yards and four scores, though his receivers did most of the heavy lifting. Meanwhile, the Crimson Tide and new quarterback Bryce Young get ready for a Week 1 matchup with Miami, while Clemson and DJ Uiagalelei do the same with Georgia.

Is N.C. State a legitimate threat to Clemson in the Atlantic division of the ACC? What about a real contender to win nine or more games during the regular season and find a permanent home in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll? Thursday's 45-0 slaughter of woeful South Florida doesn't do much to influence the narrative surrounding the Wolfpack, who are clearly talented enough to go places but will need consistency from quarterback Devin Leary to take the next step. Leary finished with 232 yards and two scores with an interception.

Josh Heupel

The Heupel era at Tennessee was christened with a 38-6 win against Bowling Green, one of the weakest teams in the MAC. But that doesn't matter: UT is 1-0 under Heupel. After three solid seasons at Central Florida, Heupel was expected to put a jolt into the Volunteers' sleepy offense — and that group looked fine at times, though not effective enough through the air behind new quarterback Joe Milton to resemble the sort of balanced attack that might give a handful of teams in the SEC some trouble. UT did go for 326 yards on the ground, the program's most in a game since Sept. 15, 2018.

Coastal Carolina

No. 24 Coastal Carolina opened with an easy 52-14 win against The Citadel, a predictably lopsided result that begins the Chanticleers' quest to repeat atop the Sun Belt and factor into the race for the New Year's Six. It's also a tune-up for next week's home game against Kansas, if you believe the Jayhawks are any better than The Citadel. (They are, but not by a whole lot.)

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