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Odds Shark NCAAF Previews:
Oct 29, 3:30 PM | Turf of Snyder Family Stadium
Oklahoma Sooners vs Kansas State Wildcats Odds
The Wildcats will do battle with the visiting Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday, looking to bolster their record and fatten the pocketbooks of bettors who back them.
They will face the 6-1 Sooners, who own a 4-3 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Wildcats are 4-3 favoring the UNDER so far this season while the Sooners are 4-3 favoring the OVER.
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The following is one of many Sooner player previews to come. Over the course of the next few weeks leading up to the season, Chandler Vessels will be previewing the Oklahoma Sooners roster, schedule and overall outlook for the 2011-2012 season! Stay tuned for more on the Sooner hoops season preview!
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The Mizzou volleyball team will hold its annual `Can the Sooners' night at the Hearnes Center on Saturday (Oct. 24) against the nationally-ranked Oklahoma Sooners. Fans will receive free admission to the Tigers' match against the Sooners with the donation of two canned food items.
Oklahoma sophomore tight end Austin Haywood has left the team and will transfer after the season, coach Bob Stoops announced after Monday's practice.
NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops spoke with the media Monday evening after practice, and Sooners Illustrated has all the discussion below.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners struggled on the offensive line against Texas Tech, and right guard Tyler Evans talks about what needs to change in order to fix that.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Kansas State has moved on from the days when Jacob Pullen was running the show.
The Wildcats won 29 games two years ago and reached the NCAA tournament again last season, but that was with the most prolific scorer in school history in the backcourt.
Pullen has graduated now, leaving the team in the hands of Rodney McGruder, Jamar Samuels and a team that is...
Tight end Austin Haywood plans to transfer from No. 11 Oklahoma at the end of the semester. Coach Bob Stoops announced after practice Monday that Haywood was going to "quit" and that "we're all good with that and wish him the best." Haywood played in the Sooners' first six games this season, catching six passes for 42 yards.
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Tight end Austin Haywood plans to transfer from No. 11 Oklahoma at the end of the semester.