Posted January 31, 2013 on
The Bears fell to the Oklahoma Sooners at home in a game that was out of reach for most of the time, but still saw the Bears with a chance to win the game. So, what happened in Waco last night? Find out inside BearsIllustrated.com
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#69 Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
HGT: 6-6 WGT: 302
Lane Johnson is a very intriguing prospect that has played QB, DE, TE and OT. Johnson first came to the Sooner program as a QB from Kilgore Junior College in Texas. Lane Johnson started 12 games at OT in 2011 and 11 games in 2012 at left tackle. The buzz surrounding Jonson has grown rapidly since have a good week of practice in preparation...
NORMAN, Okla. -- The Oklahoma basketball team is having its best season in years and a trip to the NCAA Tournament is a real possibility.
Pretty amazing, considering OU's most-productive player is on the bench.
Forget the scoring and rebounding and don't check the court. He's not out there.
Check the Klout instead.
James Fraschilla is a walk-on and you can find him...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners canceled their first junior day a couple weeks back to focus on 2013 recruiting but that hasn’t slowed down the list of prospects they’re bringing in for the official first welcoming for 2014 players.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners didn’t make it easy on themselves out of the gates, but they overcome it to move to 16-2 overall and 6-2 in Big 12 Conference play with a 74-53 victory over TCU Wednesday evening inside Lloyd Noble Center.
Today's show sees one of our favorite guests, Allen Kenney, join us on the podcast. Y'all ought to know Kenney from his great Oklahoma site, Blatant Homerism, or from the Bloguin family's own Crystal Ball Run. He does some great work, including his most recent podcast with John Infante talking the NCAA and Miami situation.
Allen and I kick things off with Oklahoma...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners have the sourest of all sour tastes in their mouth after the conclusion of the 2012 softball season.
An interview with Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson, a first-round prospect.
The Sooners escaped, and literally escaped, Wednesday evening at the Ferrell Center with a 74-71 victory over the Baylor Bears.