OKLAHOMA VS. WICHITA STATE •When: 11 a.m., Saturday •Where: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City •TV: ESPNU (Cox 253/HD 718, Dish 141, DirecTV 208, U-verse 605/HD 1605) •Radio: KRXO-FM 107.7 Three things to know •Oklahoma senior center Jamuni McNeace will be a game-time decision as he recovers from a right ankle sprain, coach Lon Kruger said Thursday. McNeace sat out Tuesday against Notre Dame and didn’t practice Thursday. If he’s unable to go, guard Miles Reynolds will start in a smaller Sooner lineup. •The Sooners and Shockers are meeting for the third consecutive year in a downtown arena. OU is 13-6 at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Saturday is still being billed as the All-College Classic even though the Oklahoma City All-Sports Association closed its doors in October. The event is being run by OU and will be considered a Sooner home game for NCAA NET ranking purposes. •Oklahoma is one of the oldest teams in the country while Wichita State is one of the youngest. Freshmen are accounting for 41.1 percent of Wichita State’s points. OU has just one freshman on its roster: reserve guard Jamal Bieniemy.