STILLWATER, Okla. -- It's not too bad just yet, but a chill could be on the way by the time Bedlam kicks off on Saturday night.
It's expected to dip below freezing with wind chills in the 20s by game time.
It's a bit windy, but nothing like Oklahoma faced last week against Iowa State, when Sooners coach Bob Stoops said winds hit 50-60 miles per hour.
Oklahoma's biggest weakness all season has been the back line of the defense, so testing that could be more difficult if the winds pick up.
Both teams have arrived, though. Oklahoma State just finished with its customary prayer circle before the game and opened with a few dance moves and a lot of energy.
Both of these teams have been waiting for this game for a long time, even if the stakes have been lowered.
There should be plenty of emotion on the field, and we know there will be two great offenses. Should be a great one.