ESPN’s David Pollack: Oklahoma’s offense is the best unit in the country

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There’s no question Oklahoma’s offense is one of the best units in college football.

The Sooners defense? That’s another story. But the side of the ball led by quarterback Baker Mayfield — the current favorite to win the Heisman Trophy — is unmatched, according to ESPN college football analyst David Pollack.

“Oklahoma’s going to get 30 [points] on Alabama,” Pollack said. “If they play Alabama, they’ll score 30. … that’s the most dominant side of the ball in all of college football.”

The Sooners checked in at No. 5 in the second set of College Football Playoff rankings released on Tuesday.

Oklahoma is fresh off a 62-52 win over then-No. 11 Oklahoma State in Bedlam, but it wasn’t enough to boost the Sooners in the playoff rankings.

Mayfield and Co. will get a chance to pad its resumé with No. 6-ranked TCU coming to Norman, Oklahoma, on Saturday. The Horned Frogs boast one of the best defenses in the country, but by Pollack’s estimation, the Sooners offense should be able to put up points on anyone this season.

The showdown between the Sooners and Frogs is set for a 8 p.m. ET kickoff on FOX. The winner will be in prime position to lock up one of the Big 12 championship game spots.

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