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The EersAuthority staff return once again for their weekly score predictions. West Virginia, who finds themselves on a four game losing streak, faces one of their toughest opponents of the season in the Oklahoma Sooners. Can the Mountaineers bounce back in a big way? Let’s see what our staff thinks – Oklahoma Sooners style. [...]
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Oklahoma's stingy secondary is getting another chance to slow down a 3,000-yard passer.
The Sooners held Nick Florence to a season-low 172 yards in a win over Baylor last week. On Saturday night, No. 13 Oklahoma will try to put the kibosh on West Virginia's Geno Smith.
The Sooners have allowed only two opponents to throw for more than 200 yards this season.
The Oklahoma Sooners survived a scare in hostile territory Friday. In front of a record homecoming crowd of 6,421, the Sooners narrowly avoided an upset at the hand of the Texas-Arlington Mavericks, escaping with a 63-59 win, improving to 2-0 on the year.
Freshman Buddy Hield led the way for the Sooners, providing a scoring spark of the bench with 17 points in his first collegiate...
The Sooners are 2-2 all-time against West Virginia, but suffered a 48-28 Fiesta Bowl shellacking in the last meeting despite having Sam Bradford and crew, and they'll look to win in their first trip to Morgantown. Sooners Illustrated tells you how they can get it done.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners rattled off 19 unanswered points to start the game and raced to a 68-33 bounce back victory over the Saint Louis Billikens Sunday afternoon at Lloyd Noble Center.
The Sooners got a little bit of Sooner Magic they haven’t gotten in quite some time, as quarterback Landry Jones called an audible and completed a fourth-and-3 pass to wide receiver Kenny Stills for the game-winning 5-yard touchdown with 24 seconds remaining Saturday evening at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, W. Va.