Mayfield & Orlando Brown on Maxwell Award Watch List, Okoronkwo & J. Thomas on Bednarik

The Preseason watch list came out for both the Maxwell and Bednarik award, both featuring two Sooners, which will face some fierce competition. The Maxwell Award is given to the College Football Player of the year. This year marks the 81st Annual Maxwell Award. The list includes two Sooners, Senior Quarterback Baker Mayfield and Junior […]

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Sooner Spotlight #55: Kenneth Mann

With 55 days until Sooner Football, the spotlight today will be fixed upon defensive end who wears #55, Kenneth Mann. Mann, now a RS sophomore, was a consensus three-star recruit out of high school with some eye opening numbers. In his senior year, he recorded 79 tackles, 14.5 sacks, and 27 tackles for loss. He […]

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Lincoln Riley’s Progress as HC

Sooners Football Head Coach Lincoln Riley took the reigns from Bob Stoops just a few weeks ago, and he is already on a recruiting roll. The Sooners have had many new recruits during the few weeks under Riley. Some thought that the retiring of a coach of such high caliber as Stoops would hurt the […]

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Newest addition to #SoonerSquad17

During the WCWS Championship Series Game 1 (Won by the Sooners 7-5 in 17 innings),  the Sooners football team picked up a big recruit; JUCO product DT Dillon Faamatau.  Faamatau redshirted for a year at Arizona State, before attending Cerritos College of Nowalk, CA. He played 10 games last season, where he recorded 32 tackles, […]

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Baker Mayfield: One Last Ride

Baker Mayfield. Those two words can excite a whole nation; Sooner Nation. From the time he was little, Baker Mayfield knew he wanted to be a Sooner. Even growing up in Austin, Texas, he was always a fan. “We used to come up and watch Quentin Griffin and Antonio Perkins and all those guys back in […]

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Sooners’ New Facilities

During the past two football seasons, the Sooners have been using trailers as their locker rooms. This much needed renovation was recently completed, and the team has already moved in. This best-in-the-nation multi-purpose facility is 132,000 square feet, and boasts many new amenities. Locker Room- The Locker Room features over 100 hundred personalized lockers. Each player gets […]

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Tay Evans’ Career is Over

Sooners starting linebacker Tay Evans career at OU has come to an end. He is being forced to stop playing, because of the number of concussions he has received. Evans, who earned his starting spot over the off season, has played in 13 games for the Sooners, 3 of which he started. In his short […]

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What Is Wrong With the Sooners?

Watching the game Saturday, I couldn’t help but feel like I was watching a varsity/junior varsity game. Ohio State seemed faster, and stronger in almost every position. Here are some of the things I noticed. I know corner is not our strong spot, but you would think they would know how to stay home on […]

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OU-Ohio State Preview

Arguably OU’s biggest home game in history will be Saturday at 6;30 PM. Here are my thoughts on the game. First we can answer some of the questions you have asked recently. Q: How good do you think this WR core really can become? I dont think we have seen true potential yet from Mead, Dahu […]

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OU-ULM Thoughts

It is hard to write a real recap and come away with significant thoughts against the level of competition we played, but here are a few observations. Mykel Jones is a stud. There should never be a game where he does not see the field. Same Perine may never get hit like he did against […]

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