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Why, exactly, is Georgia's Aaron Murray decked out in Oklahoma gear?
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I know we already talked about Aaron Murray once this week but I came across an interesting link and thought I would share it. I've recently started to follow Chris Brown's great site Smart Football. Occasionally Chris shoots out some links posts and today he made one that linked to a site called Football Perspective. In this link, Football Perspective took a look at the...
Georgia Bulldogs Aaron Murray looks great on the playing field, but not so much in the outtakes of this trick shot video.
Damn, that’s a cold ass honky.
Legendary Sooners coach Barry Switzer showed up at one of the team’s spring practices this past Sunday wearing a fur coat from that would have made Huggy Bear jealous. Most men can’t pull off the fur coat look, unless they’re a fully licensed and bonded pimp, but the 75-year-old Switzer manages to make this work. Only thing missing from this...
Former Oklahoma Sooners and Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer came to watch a Sooners spring practice and he did so in style. He came rocking a fur coat, which is something only a few people could pull off. Since Switzer is only one of only two coaches to win a National Championship and a Super Bowl (Jimmy Johnson is the other), I’m going to go ahead and say he can do...
Even though I know it’s all in good fun, I must admit I felt myself cringe a little when I saw this photo of Aaron Murray wearing a (gulp) Sooner’s helmet. Murray, in case you didn’t know, is in Oklahoma this week working out and getting tips from well-known QB coach, George Whitfield. Related articles Georgia Football: Aaron Murray, “I feel like I’ve been here ages”
Since Oklahoma's disastrous blowout loss in the Cotton Bowl to Texas A&M, the program has lost:
Three fired assistant coaches, which is pretty much unheard of since Bob Stoops became head coach 15 years ago;
A four-year starter at quarterback;
Its two leading receivers;
Both starting safeties, including the leading tackler from a year ago;
The Sooners’ secondary was the strength of the defense last year, but only one starter, Aaron Colvin, will be around for 2013. As such, secondary coaches Mike Stoops and Bobby Jack Wright have some work to do this spring figuring out who's going to be in the mix this fall.
Colvin (6-0, 181), who opted to stay for his senior year, will be one of the leaders of the defense...
Even though Oklahoma finished 10-3 and made an appearance in the Cotton Bowl last year, coach Bob Stoops wasn’t satisfied. As a result, the Sooners...