The Sooners secondary is loaded with talent heading into 2014, but will need to replace two established players who were key fixtures the last couple of years. With both Gabe Lynn and Aaron Colvin moving on to try their wares in the NFL, it is now up to Coach Wright and Coach Stoops to field
Gabe Lynn understands if Oklahoma is considered an overwhelming underdog in the Sugar Bowl against Alabama.
Just don't expect the senior safety to react with such understanding when asked if the No. 11 Sooners are ''scared'' of the Crimson Tide - a question several teammates have been peppered with since the bowl selections were announced Dec. 8.
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December 31, 2013
After a down-right horrible loss to Texas in the Red River Rivalry in their last game, the No. 18 Oklahoma Sooners (5-1, 2-1 Big 12) will travel to Lawrence, Kan. to take on the Jayhawks, in hopes to rebound and get back into the win column, and for that matter, the Big 12 race. The game will be played on ABC or ESPN at 3:30 p.m. ET.
The Sooners gained a season-low 263 yards of...
The five biggest stories that the CBR staff will be watching this week:
1. What to do about targeting?
Last weekend featured crucial officiating decisions regarding the new targeting rules in three games that I watched: Oklahoma-Tulsa, Texas A&M-Alabama and Texas-Ole Miss. Each case involved a key defensive contributor (OU’s Gabe Lynn, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix of ‘Bama...
(Eds: Updates.) By MURRAY EVANS Associated Press After years of searching, Gabe Lynn has finally found a home in Oklahoma's secondary.
The senior's comfort level at free safety is a key reason why No. 14 Oklahoma (2-0) has allowed only seven points combined in wins over Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia. The Sooners will look for a third straight strong defensive effort...
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September 12, 2013
Interesting article out of The Oklahoman about which five incoming OU football players will make the biggest impact this season. You can give or take on their selections, but just getting JUCOs St. John and Russell actually into camp is the first worry, as they are both late already working on getting qualified and approved by the NCAA.
Assuming he arrives in camp by mid-July,...