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These aren’t your usual Oklahoma Sooners. They might, in fact, seem to harken back to the days of yore, a run-heavy offense designed to overwhelm foes with physicality, then mix in a dose of skill.
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Hey Barry Switzer, get in line. The legendary Oklahoma Sooners coach became the latest in a long line of football royalty to blast Johnny Manziel for his behavior on the field. During a radio interview with ESPN’s Colin Cowherd on Wednesday, Switzer said that he couldn’t believe the Heisman Trophy winner’s behavior during the Rice […]
That's not who he is. Trevor Knight's not a guy who completes a third of his 21 passes for two yards an attempt. That's what he did in the first half of his collegiate debut on Saturday in a 34-0, but it's easy to believe that's not the same quarterback Bob Stoops named his starter before the season. Quarterbacks who do that don't beat out older players like...
In April 2011, Lon Kruger left UNLV after seven seasons at the helm of the basketball program -- but if one ticket-sales billboard outside Las Vegas is to be believed, the current Oklahoma Sooners head man is still in Sin City.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal , the advertisement below could be seen Wednesday overlooking Interstate 215:
That guy with the whistle? That...
(Eds: APNewsNow.) By MURRAY EVANS Associated Press As Oklahoma's defense fell apart late last season, linebacker Corey Nelson often felt like a man without a position.
Starting with a late-season game against West Virginia, the Sooners often left their linebackers on the sideline and played seven defensive backs in an attempt to slow down the up-tempo offenses they were facing...