After six consecutive Big 12 championships and 14 in the last 21 years, Oklahoma football is moving to a new neighborhood, but not before likely adding at least a couple more championship trophies to the decorative display case at the Barry Switzer Center.
The Oklahoma Sooners are officially headed to the SEC. A day after Oklahoma’s petition to join the Southeastern Conference was approved 14-0 by the SEC Presidents and Chancellors, the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents put their rubber stamp on the move.
The preseason honors continue to roll in for Spencer Rattler. Oklahoma’s QB1 has been named to the Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List. The Walter Camp Player of the Year Award is given annually to the best player in the country as voted for by the Walter Camp Foundation.
Austin Reaves has a new home. After waiting throughout the 2021 NBA Draft to hear his named called, Reaves signed a free agent deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. In his final year for the Sooners last year, Reaves averaged 18.3 points per game, knocking down 30.5 percent of his attempts from 3-point range.
Last week, an absolute bombshell was dropped on the college football world by the Houston Chronicle. While most of the nation was frozen in shock, diehard fans of Oklahoma football could see this coming.
The 2022 Oklahoma football recruiting class grew to 16 on Wednesday with a defensive line commitment. Cedric Roberts, a three-star prospect from Pflugerville, Texas, a suburb of Austin, announced his commitment to the Sooners via social media on Wednesday.
Another one. Watch list season is still rolling and another Sooner has received recognition for the year ahead with sophomore wide receiver Marvin Mims being placed on the watch list for the Paul Hornung Award.
The Oklahoma Sooners are in for a pair of the top interior defensive lineman in the country. Wednesday, Sports Illustrated All-American rolled out their Interior Defensive Lineman Watch List, and there were a few names OU fans might be familiar with.
Oklahoma’s 2023 recruiting class is off to a really good start with the commitments of 5-star quarterback Malachi Nelson and 4-star athlete Treyaun Webb, and they are looking to keep that positive momentum going.
Here’s wishing the third time is charm for Oklahoma football kicker Gabe Brkic. Brkic is entering his junior season with the Sooners and for the third straight year he is a preseason candidate for the annual Lou Groza Award, which goes to the best kicker in college football.