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Darlington, Kasitati back to full strength for OU offensive line

Oklahoma center Ty Darlington missed the Tulsa game but he is expected to play Saturday against West Virginia. Darlington suffered a knee injury late in the game against Tennessee, but didn't come out.  Meanwhile, guard Nila Kasitati, who was also hurt in the game against Tennessee, injuring his ankle, will start against the Mountaineers. Kasitati started against Tulsa last week...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Darlington, Kasitati to return to Sooners practice

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said offensive line players Ty Darlington and Nila Kasitati will be back at practice Monday and should be ready to play when the Sooners take on West Virginia Oct. 3. Kasitati and Darlington both missed multiple days of practice last week. Kasitati started and played against Tulsa Saturday. Darlington missed the game. Meanwhile, Stoops said suspended offensive...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Sooners O-Line to be tested vs. Tulsa

Tulsa's defense hasn't been great so far this season through two games, but neither has Oklahoma's offensive line. OU quarterback Baker Mayfield was running for his life most of the game against Tennessee last week and against Akron, the offensive line didn't impress. Now, senior Ty Darlington and Nila Kasitati are dealing with injuries. Both missed practice earlier in the week and...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Oklahoma guard Kasitati shows off American Samoan culture

Oklahoma Sooners senior guard Nila Kasitati is an American Samoan. He showed off a bit of his culture this week in class, doing the Haka. The Haka is a traditional, ancestral war cry or dance.  Teammate Dimitri Flowers caught Kasitati on video and posted it to his Twitter account. Check it out here: 
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Oklahoma OL Darlington, Kasitati expected to practice Wednesday

Oklahoma Sooners offensive linemen Ty Darlington and Nila Kasitati have not practiced Monday or Tuesday this week, but coach Bob Stoops said the two are expected to practice Wednesday. Both players were wearing protective braces on their legs.  Jonathan Alvarez, Eric Wren and Alex Dalton could fill in. Alvarez has started the past two games at left guard. MORE FROM FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Football Players Flex Their Musical Talents for Kids at Local Children's Hospital

Controvery sells newspapers and drives traffic to websites. It sucks to say it, but papers and sites need to focus on them if they want to survive. If they don't there are a 100 other sites that will be. That being said, to keep from shunning society and spending the rest of our days in the woods it is important that we take the time to recognize the players that make us proud to...
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September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Oklahoma’s Nila Kasitati And Jed Barnett Sing For Kids At The OU Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital

It hasn’t been the most uplifting few months for sports fans, but every so often, a story comes across that proves that most of the athletes that we root for are also excellent people off the field. Oklahoma Sooners Nila Kasitati and Jed Barnett sure seem to fit that description. The two football players took to the Children’s Hospital at the OU Medical Center to play some music...
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September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Guard Nila Kasitati Has The Best Headshot

Oklahoma released their football depth chart on Monday morning for Saturday’s game against Louisiana Tech. The team’s starting right guard, Nila Kasitati, presented us with the best head shot so far of the football season. [OU Football]   The post Oklahoma Guard Nila Kasitati Has The Best Headshot appeared first on Diehardsport.
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August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Oklahoma Lineman Nila Kasitati Works Out With OU Women’s Gymnastics

It’s not uncommon for football players to try new and unique forms of training during the off-season. Many take up boxing, swimming, MMA, or yoga on top of their normal routines. One sport that you would not peg as something a 300 lb lineman might try, however? Gymnastics. For example, have you ever wanted to see a 300 lb. offensive lineman on beam? @HaleyRenae48
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February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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