Category Archives: Football
Three Truths and One Lie: (Photo shows OU’s Rod Shoate smothering Texas QB Marty Akins) Truth #1 - In the storied 1974 season , The University of Oklahoma won it’s 26th conference title and fourth national championship. Truth #2 -
Three Truths and One Lie: Truth #1 - In 1975, The University of Oklahoma won it’s 27th conference title and fifth national championship. Truth #2 - On November 8th, 1975, Oklahoma’s 28-game winning streak was snapped by a shocking home
Only 76 more days until the Oklahoma Sooners kickoff against the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Three Truths and One Lie: Truth #1 - #76 Offensive Lineman Branndon Braxton (2005-2008) went undrafted in 2009, but was picked up by the Cleveland Browns. He
Only 77 more days until the Oklahoma Sooners kickoff against the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Three Truths and One Lie: Truth #1 - On November 8th, 2003, the Sooners crushed the Texas A&M Aggies in Norman, Oklahoma 77-0. Truth #2 - On
Hey Sooner Nation it is National Flag Day!
Bleacher Report has ranked the Oklahoma Sooners offensive line number five out of ten teams. It is an interesting ranking as the Sooner’s offensive line has a lot of returning experienced players and a load of incoming talent. This is
Here is a detailed preview of the Oklahoma Sooners’ return to South Bend this fall from an Irish perspective. They provide a detailed preview of the Sooners in all phases of the game. It covers offense, defense, special teams and
While folks much smarter than me ponder the supposed Big12 conspiracy against the SEC, it is amazing the high level in which the Oklahoma athletic programs compete at, while ranking amongst the nation’s best in academics. The pride, dedication and
In this Sporting News story on OU’s Bob Stoops they discuss how losing three of the four national championship games they have played in since Stoops began at OU in 1999 does not satisfy Coach Stoops or his critics. They
Well $22 million per team for the Big12 payout is better than the SEC’s payout of $20.7 and will likely ensure the Big12 stays at 10 teams for the foreseeable future, especially since the teams kept their third-tier rights.