NORMAN, Okla. - Five things we learned Monday from Bob Stoops and the Sooners:
1. Oklahoma will be fine without Ford
Although losing Ford at running back is notable â he has six touchdowns this season and is the team's leading rusher â it's not a loss the Sooners can't overcome.
Ford is out for at least this week and maybe up to three weeks, according to coach...
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) No. 4 Oklahoma expects its passing game to thrive, even without Dorial Green-Beckham.
The 6-foot-6 receiver with NFL-level athletic ability left Missouri after off-the-field problems, and he transferred to Oklahoma hoping he could play this season. Now that the NCAA has rejected his waiver request, the focus shifts to Sterling Shepard, Durron Neal, K.J. Young...
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Sterling Shepard is back and Dorial Green-Beckham is at the top of the list of questions when it comes to who will stand out this season at receiver.
Shepard is a sure thing and he'll be the No. 1 target for Trevor Knight, but past that, there is very little experience returning. Meanwhile, the Sooners are still waiting on Green-Beckham's eligibility. The transfer from Missouri...
Sooners coach Bob Stoops announced Tuesday that 11 players, including wide receivers Sterling Shepard and Durron Neal, would miss the game with various injuries.Comment »
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