Morgan Pearson isn’t consumed with recruiting. Still a young 15, he knows there’s plenty of time — and plenty of opportunities. “He’s still just a kid, man,” said Pearson’s fitness trainer and 7-on-7 coach, Sean Cooper.
The 2021 quest by the women’s Oklahoma gymnastics program for a fifth national title continues and ends this weekend in Ft. Worth, Texas. The No. 2-ranked Sooners are seeking to win their fourth NCAA championship in the last five years the championship competition has been held.
For the first time in 15 months, the Oklahoma Sooners are preparing to host official visitors. Due to an NCAA ruling, campuses have been close for official visits since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic last March.
Joe Castiglione gets an A+ for his basketball hires. Happy Monday, friends and fans! This weekend, the Oklahoma Sooners completed their search for a women’s basketball head coach with the hiring of Jennie Baranczyk.
TRE NORWOOD | Oklahoma | DC | #13 | rJr | 5117 | 192 | Fort Smith, AR | Northside HS Overview: A three-year starter in the Sooners secondary, Norwood lost his junior season due to a camp injury and redshirted.
It wasn’t much of a competitive weekend for No. 1 ranked Oklahoma softball, but it was better than not playing at all. The Sooners improved to 30-0 with a Saturday doubleheader sweep of Mississippi State and host Louisiana Tech, both by shutout.
A week ago, Porter Moser was announced as the new men’s Oklahoma basketball coach. Now the new women’s coach is also in the fold. Jennie Baranczyk was announced on Saturday an the new head coach of the Sooner women’s team.
As spring football is in full swing across the country, the recruiting camp circuit is heating up. With more eyeballs on the 2022 prospects, recruiting rankings are getting reordered, and stars are being handed out.
RUSTON, LA — Tiare Jennings smashed a three-run home run and Giselle Juarez and Shannon Saile pitched a five-inning shutout as No. 1-ranked Oklahoma routed Mississippi State 9-0 on Saturday afternoon at Louisiana Tech.
New Oklahoma basketball coach Porter Moser has had a busy week getting acclimated to his new Sooner environment and responsibilities. Earlier this week he arrived to a warm welcome at the Max Westheimer Airport in Norman, and on Wednesday was publicly introduced at a press conference at Lloyd Noble Center.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles previewing the Oklahoma football position groups for the 2021 season. More times than not, championship teams are led by outstanding quarterback play, and Oklahoma has been blessed to have several of the best in the country at that position in recent years.
Oklahoma softball sits No. 1 in the national rankings this week and is the only undefeated team in the country with a perfect 28-0 record. The Sooners aren’t just winning games; they’re winning by large margins.
Naturally, everyone is excited about the return of Kennedy Brooks. He’s easily Oklahoma’s most experienced and accomplished running back. OU fans are equally juiced about the arrival of Eric Gray, who was tabbed by running backs coach DeMarco Murray as the Sooners’ most versatile back.
Porter Moser has hit the ground running as Oklahoma’s new basketball coach, and he may already have a huge recruiting win. Appearing in a radio interview on SportsTalk 1400 with James Hale, Moser said indications point toward De’Vion Harmon returning to the Sooners.
The number of former Sooner players on the current Oklahoma coaching staff grew again this offseason. In 2019, the arrival of defensive coordinator Alex Grinch brought former OU linebacker Brian Odom back into the fold.