Posted September 26, 2012 on
NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops met briefly with the media Wednesday evening for the last interview session this week, and Sooners Illustrated has some interesting discussion.
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MANHATTAN,Kan. - Bob Stoops got a schooling by Bill Snyder and his former school on Saturday as the Wildcats stunned the No. 6 Sooners, 24-19.
After the Oklahoma Sooners’ 24-19 defeat to Kansas State on Saturday, I got to briefly revel in the awesomeness that is Collin Klein before finding myself in the position of defending OU quarterback Landry Jones. Midwest Sports Fans’ Jerod Morris took himself a road trip to Norman to watch the game and mentioned how some OU fans were calling for four-year starting senior Jones...
Some still try and argue the Big 12's allowance of schools to retain their third-tier television rights creates an uneven playing field. Nonsense! Without it, how would any of us get to take on ride on the famed Sooner Schooner? Complements of Sooner Sports TV, the recently announced partnership between Oklahoma and Fox Sports, your wait is finally over. I always knew there was...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer If the signs seem to show Oklahoma falling from the ranks of the national elite, Bob Stoops isn't buying it.
His Sooners have suddenly become vulnerable at home after six years of utter dominance. The struggles that had once been confined mostly to BCS bowl games are starting to creep into the regular season. The...
NORMAN, Okla. — Cornerback Aaron Colvin met up with Sooners Illustrated this week to talk about how the team's responding.
NORMAN, Okla. — Free safety Tony Jefferson bounced back from a high-ankle sprain with a 14-tackle performance the other night against Kansas State, but the Sooners still lost despite that. Nonetheless, he displayed his leadership out there, and Sooners Illustrated caught up with him to discuss that this week as well as his health.
NORMAN, Okla. — Sooners Illustrated caught up with defensive tackle Jamarkus McFarland this week to see how the team is bouncing back.
NORMAN, Okla. — Cornerback Demontre Hurst met up with Sooners Illustrated this week to talk about how the team's responding.
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Bruce Feldman named Texas starting quarterback David Ash as one
of " the most pleasant surprises thus far in the college football
season." (CBS Sports)
Texas is underrated.
Because Trey Scott said so. (The...