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The Victory Formation:
Head Coach: Bob Stoops (139-34 , entering 14th season) The Story: Egad! The 2011 Sooners entered the season as the favorite to win the National Championship. It’s like Bob Stoops can’t catch a break at this point. Some injuries, a stunning loss to a bad Texas Tech team, and defensive liabilities cost them that shot. [...]
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Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops has decided to unload his $2.1 million Oklahoma mansion. Coming into college football weekend, this is definitely an odd time to unload some real estate, but that doesn’t seem to be bothering Stoops. The only real reason for this sale has to be for an upgrade right? The guy is set to make eight figures from now until 2018, so he’s not strapped for...
Monday, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops answered questions for nearly 30 minutes during his first weekly press conference of the season.
None were about UTEP OU's opponent Saturday night in El Paso.
So, with that in mind, let's not worry too much about the Miners. Here are five things to watch from the Sooner perspective:
1. What's the story with the defense?
NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops met briefly with the media Wednesday evening, and Sooners Illustrated has the latest major news and notes.
The Sooners are the easy favorites to win the Big 12, but no one outside of the state of Oklahoma seems to be predicting they’ll win a national title.
Big Game Bob Stoops has senior quarterback Landry Jones returning. Jones threw for 4463 yards last season and there’s no reason to think that he won’t hit at least 4000 this season. While Jones lost Ryan Broyles to...
NORMAN, Okla. — Sooners Illustrated presents a Q&A with wide receiver Justin Brown to get his final thoughts before taking the field for the first time in an OU uniform after transferring from Penn State.
"Anybody catch Royal Pains last night?"
The University of Texas-El Paso, the Oklahoma Sooners' season-opening opponent Saturday, has had so many characters coach its football team that the USA Network should broadcast Miner football games.
Mike Price is entering his ninth year as UTEP's head coach. Most Sooner fans may remember that he coached Washington...