At the end of the 2019 season, 36 former Oklahoma football players appeared on NFL rosters. Seven of those 36 former Sooners, plus two 2020 first-round picks from Oklahoma, have been named to an NFL Ultimate All-Big 12 Team selected by a panel of ESPN staff members.
No major college football team is better at winning conference championships than the Oklahoma football Sooners. And that’s an indisputable fact. In their 125-year history, the Sooners have won 49 conference titles, including 13 in the last 20 years.
Donovan McMillon is one step closer to making his college decision. The Canonsburg, Pennsylvania (Peters Township High School) prospect announced his Top 5 on Monday night with the Oklahoma Sooners […]
Oklahoma baseball has been to the College World Series 10 times, but its also been 10 years since the Sooners’ last appearance. This is the time of year when college baseball teams typically start gearing up for postseason play.
The history of Oklahoma football is 12 years older than the state itself. In the spirit and tradition of a true “Sooner,” the OU varsity football program got a head start on the state, playing its inaugural football game in December 1895.
Quarterback Jalen Hurts spent one year at Oklahoma as a graduate transfer from Alabama, and on Thursday he was named Big 12 Male Athlete of the Year. Oklahoma swept the Big 12 Athletes of the Year award for the third time in the last five years, with the female honor going to gymnast Maggie Nichols.
In 1963, Bud Wilkinson’s final season coaching Oklahoma football, the Sooners finished with a respectable 8-2 record and were 6-1 in the Big Eight. That was the third time in the past four seasons that Oklahoma failed to win the Big Eight championship after taking home the the conference trophy 13 straight years.
The Oklahoma football program has been on virtual hiatus (no pun intended) for almost two months. That’s no different than what any other college football team has had to contend with after all winter and spring sports programs were shuttered because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Oklahoma football has won seven national championships, tied for third most all-time. Unfortunately, though, the Sooners have become better known for failing to finish the job with OU teams that probably should have won a national title.
Although the NCAA approved voluntary workouts beginning on June 1, each conference and individual university continue to exercise autonomy. Falling on the more conservative side of the conversation, Lincoln Riley […]