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Flowers may be answer for replacing Millard
Losing Trey Millard to a season-ending knee injury transformed Oklahoma’s offense in 2013. It was without a fullback that could also catch and run the ball, as well as playing tight end....
Stoops noncommittal about labor ruling
Last week, the Chicago office of the National Labor Relationships Board ruled Northwestern football players were employees of the school and have the right to form a union....
Sooner defensive line appears to be deepest and most talented position group
Oklahoma’s defensive line made a 180-degree turn last season. The expectation bar was so low when the season began it was hard to trip over it. By December, it was playing as well as any position group....
O-line’s cohesion begins in the spring
Offensive lines are built by a process. The goal is to get a center, two guards and two tackles to work in unison. Spring practice is typically the initial phase in the operation....
Sooners still working to improve defense
The defensive improvements Oklahoma displayed in 2013 did not sprout from schematic decisions made the previous spring. If anything, it was the opposite. On-the-fly adjustments were common. Ironing out the wrinkles that came with last ...
Spring has been smoother ride for Knight
Oklahoma held one scrimmage before taking time off for spring break. However, getting reps for quarterback Trevor Knight wasn’t an essential part of it....
Sooners bringing back the tight end spot
Oklahoma’s offense is getting bigger this spring. Winter workouts are not the reason. A change in philosophy and personnel gets the credit....
Lower degree of difficulty
The University of Oklahoma is one of three major schools featured in a segment of “HBO Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel” that airs at 9 p.m. tonight. The Transcript received an advanced copy of it on Monday....
Hard one to watch
SPOKANE, Wash. — More than 10,000 fans crammed into Veterans Memorial Arena for Thursday night’s Oklahoma-North Dakota State game. Just about all of them missed the opening minutes of the game....
Alspaugh provides another game-winner for Sooners
The start was nothing close to what Oklahoma wanted, but how the game ends matters most. Friday night, the conclusion was a 4-3, 10-inning victory over Belmont at L. Dale Mitchell Park....
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