Next weekend’s matchup between NO. 3 Oklahoma and Nebraska will mark the 50th anniversary of what has been called “The Game of the Century” between the two teams back on Nov. 25, 1971.

While plenty of hype is surely to surround the build up to the game, the oddsmakers aren’t expecting it to be much of a show with the Huskers heading to Norman as a 22.5-point underdog, per DraftKings.

Not surprising, as the Sooners will enter the contest at 2-0, and while they struggled to get past Temple in their opener, they have posted over 100 points in the two games — blasting Western Carolina on Saturday by a 76-0 score.

For Nebraska, they are coming off a solid 28-7 win over Buffalo and a 52-7 blowout of Fordham the week before. But they continue to be burdened with the dismal performance during their opener against Illinois, losing 30-22 to the less-than impressive Illini.

Kickoff is scheduled for 11:00AM on Saturday, Sept. 18 at OU Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma.