Posted April 13, 2013 on
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners took to the field Saturday afternoon for their annual Red-White game, and Sooners Illustrated breaks down some key points.
BEST OF MAXIM
Former Oklahoma quarterback Drew Allen is transferring to Syracuse, according to a report by NBC Sports.
Allen will transfer after he graduates from Oklahoma in May, a Syracuse source told the Syracuse Post-Standard. Because he has graduated, Allen will be eligible to play immediately. He will have one season of eligibility.
The 6-5, 226-pound Allen, a highly prized recruit out...
NORMAN, Okla. - Saturday's Spring Game was a chance for the three Oklahoma quarterbacks to make a big first impression heading into the summer.
But it turned out the only the thing the Sooners established is there will be a clean break from the offense last year to the offense next year.
With no No. 1 quarterback in place and all sorts of questions heading into 2013, the only...
With three young quarterbacks competing to replace four-year starter Landry Jones, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops sees something in just about every practice and scrimmage this spring that he could do without.
It's the big mistake.
Stoops has seen plenty of good performances out of junior Blake Bell, sophomore Kendal Thompson and redshirt freshman Trevor Knight, too. But what he...
Dancing in the Ruins - The new Big 12 emerging out of the ruins of the old.
Ring My Bell.
Jake Trotter looks at Oklahoma quarterback Blake Bell's performance during the Sooners' spring game on Saturday. (ESPN)
Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
Allen Kenney has his own report on Oklahoma's spring game for Blatant Homerism.
Fly Like a...
The debate rages on. Should college athletes be paid? This is a question of ignorance. College athletes are already paid. The real question we mean to ask is should they be paid further.The debate recently made headlines again when Oklahoma Sooner Head Coach Bob Stoops stated his a strong opinion about college athletes being paid beyond what they already get.Stoops was quoted by...