A 32-page special section with a look at the upcoming season of Sooner football.
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Special Section: Bedlam
A look at Saturday's showdown between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The game kicks off at 11am at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.
Bedlam, now more than ever, a rivalry game
There was a time you couldn’t even get Oklahoma’s football players to admit facing Oklahoma State meant they were playing a rivalry game....
Clay doesn’t let stature deter him from duty
Running between the tackles is not for the weak. Holes open and close in the blink of an eye. It takes a mixture of toughness, power, speed and vision to do it....
Sooners will be equipped for the cold
The frigid forecast for Saturday’s Bedlam means Oklahoma will bring plenty of cold-weather gear to Stillwater....
Weather could be a challenge for both teams at Bedlam
The weather forecast for Saturday’s Bedlam game calls for temperatures below 20 degrees prior to kickoff and a wind chill below zero in Stillwater. You wouldn’t think a redshirt freshman from San Antonio would be able to adjust to the ...
Sooners focused on winning turnover battle in Stillwater
Points ultimately decide every game’s outcome. It’s the reason they occupy the scoreboard’s top spot....
Sooners refuse to place themselves in role of spoiler
In five days, Oklahoma will play a game where it cannot win a championship or lose one. The Big 12 Conference race is down to three teams and the Sooners are in fourth place....
Colvin to return for Bedlam after injury against K-State
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops did not have an injury report to give at his press conference Monday. He’d literally just arrived from the airport after fog had delayed his morning flight from Dallas back to Oklahoma City. Stoops hadn’t talked ...
Sooners can spoil Cowboys’ party with a win in Stillwater
November did not end the way Oklahoma needed it to. While it rested over the second to last weekend of regular season, its chance to at least share the Big 12 Conference title withered away with Texas’ victory over Texas Tech and Baylor’s ...
Sooners thankful for cohesive O-line
Four days of rest and relaxation will end for Oklahoma on Monday. It will enter full-throttle preparation for Saturday’s game against Oklahoma State. By then, it should also have a better idea who will be able to play and who won’t....
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