Posted December 30, 2012 on
ARLINGTON, Texas — Sooners Illustrated met up with quarterback Landry Jones at Sunday's Cotton Bowl media day.
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Landry Jones is back where he made his Oklahoma debut, and again in the shadow of a Heisman Trophy winner.
Jones took over as the Sooners quarterback in the first-ever college game at Cowboys Stadium, in the 2009 season opener when he replaced injured Heisman winner Sam Bradford after halftime.
Three seasons later in the same stadium, Jones makes his 50th and last career start...
Aaryn Ellenberg scored 24 points, and Portia Durrett had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead No. 18 Oklahoma to a 79-57 victory over Cal State Northridge on Saturday.
Ellenberg was 5 of 9 from 3-point range for the Sooners (10-2), who made 12 of 28 from behind the arc in their last non-conference tuneup before the start of Big 12 play.
Janae Sharpe and Jianni Jackson scored 12 points...
ARLINGTON, Texas — Sooners Illustrated met up with defensive end David King at media day Sunday to talk about the physical OTs they'll be facing.
IRVING, Texas — Fullback Trey Millard is eligible to enter the NFL Draft after this game and addresses that possibility with Sooners Illustrated.
IRVING, Texas — It's been a short stay at OU for wide receiver Justin Brown, but he talks about how good it's been with Sooners Illustrated.
Bears OT Cory Brandon – a former undrafted rookie out of Oklahoma, now in his second NFL season – talks about being part of a 53-man roster for the first time in his career.
Steven Pledger scored a game-high 17 points and Amath M'Baye had 14 points and six rebounds to lead Oklahoma past Texas A&M Corpus Christi 72-42 on Monday.
Pledger entered the contest shooting only 36 percent on 3-point attempts, but connected on 5 of 10 shots from beyond the arc to give the Sooners (9-3) an offensive spark in the first regular-season game played at OU&...
ARLINGTON, Texas — The Sooners met with the media Sunday morning and Sooners Illustrated has all the coverage.
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners made it a perfect 2-for-2 at Lloyd Noble Center Saturday, defeating last year’s Sweet Sixteen bound Ohio Bobcats 74-63 to go along with the women’s victory over Cal State Northridge earlier in the day.