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Defense rules the day at spring game
Fans want to see offense in spring games, and there were a lot of devotees at Oklahoma’s Red-White Game on Saturday. If 43,500 in attendance were hoping for a big day from quarterback Trevor Knight, they walked out of Owen Field ...
Sooner faithful best barometer for progress
The headline, already up at Oklahoma’s athletic website by 6 p.m. Saturday, read “White Team Prevails in Annual Spring Game,” and if there’s a more meaningless summary of Sooner fortunes, in any sport, before next year’s spring game, I ...
A couple of scares
By his own estimation, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops thought 16 returning or projected starters were not in uniform for Saturday’s Red-White Game....
Red-White Game won’t showcase all the starters
It has been a bit over four months since Oklahoma played in front of a real audience. That will change at 2 p.m. today when the Sooners take the field for the Red-White game....
Grissom trying to make move to linebacker
The next evolution for Oklahoma’s defense is under way. It’s spent two seasons tinkering to get as much speed on the field as possible....
Golden Eagles top scoreless Sooners
The feast-or-famine affliction Oklahoma’s developed when it comes to scoring runs was alive and well Tuesday night against Oral Roberts....
Black and blue for Red-White game
Anyone expecting Saturday’s Red-White game to be a true preview for next season better lower their expectations. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops gave an injury report on Tuesday. As many as 11 potential starters will miss the games due to ...
Sooners expecting more physicality from bigger, taller backs and receivers
All teams go through changes from season to season. The seeds of the one Oklahoma’s offense is going through, however, were planted much earlier. Think back to the end of the 2012 season....
Blake Bell to miss spring game
Blake Bell’s public debut as a tight end will have to wait until August. The former Oklahoma starting quarterback will be held out of next Saturday’s Red/White Game due to a knee sprain.
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....
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