Found March 12, 2013 on
Barry Switzer, his rocking fur coat, and the Oklahoma Sooners football team decided it was time to give the Harlem Shake some Boomer Sooner.
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What do you get when you cross a dancing alien, Barry Switzer in long brown fur coat and five Heisman Trophies?
You get a very impressive Harlem Shake video from the Oklahoma Sooners football team.
In a video shot earlier this week at the start of spring practices, the Sooners look to be taking part in stretching drills on their practice field when ... wait for it ... a random...
Damn, that’s a cold ass honky.
Legendary Sooners coach Barry Switzer showed up at one of the team’s spring practices this past Sunday wearing a fur coat from that would have made Huggy Bear jealous. Most men can’t pull off the fur coat look, unless they’re a fully licensed and bonded pimp, but the 75-year-old Switzer manages to make this work. Only thing missing from this...
Just when you think you’re done with the Harlem Shake, it pulls you right back in. This time it’s legendary college football coach Barry Switzer in a fur coat and the Oklahoma Sooners.
Check the clip out here:
If you wear an Oklahoma Sooners shirt and try to sell your kids to pay for your boyfriend’s bail, we’ll find your ass. Meet Misty Nicole Vanhorn. She’s now in jail after police busted her trying to pawn her kids to a woman on Facebook.
According to WPTV:
Misty Nicole Vanhorn, 22, was selling her children, a 2-year-old and 10-month old, for $1,000 each or both for $4,000.
Former Oklahoma Sooners and Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer came to watch a Sooners spring practice and he did so in style. He came rocking a fur coat, which is something only a few people could pull off. Since Switzer is only one of only two coaches to win a National Championship and a Super Bowl (Jimmy Johnson is the other), I’m going to go ahead and say he can do...
Oklahoma Sooners fan Misty Nicole Vanhorn took to Facebook to sell her children in order to bail her boyfriend out of jail. Seriously.
While his teammates were sprinting as fast as they could in front of NFL scouts and working up a sweat throwing and catching passes, Lane Johnson had little to do during Oklahoma's pro day.
Nearly all of Johnson's work Wednesday was already done on a unique journey from being a player without a position to a first-round NFL draft prospect.
Just two years ago, Johnson was...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners were back at it for the third spring practice Tuesday afternoon, and Sooners Illustrated met up with the offense afterwards. Check out what they had to say.
Even though Oklahoma finished 10-3 and made an appearance in the Cotton Bowl last year, coach Bob Stoops wasn’t satisfied. As a result, the Sooners...