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Once again, everything going Sooners’ way
Nobody’s here to rain on Oklahoma’s signing day parade, so we’ll make this one little point quickly....
Late recruiting surge shows momentum with Sooners
Oklahoma did not reel in a top 10 recruiting class Wednesday. If that was a surprise, it shouldn’t be. According to Rivals.com, it has pulled in just six since 2002. According to the recruiting ranking OU coach Bob Stoops and his staff ...
Sooners’ newest class of recruits shows off a national brand
It certainly isn’t odd for Oklahoma to reach well beyond its borders for recruits. The program went well beyond regional status a couple generations ago....
Bell moves to tight end
Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen will enter spring practice as the No. 3 quarterback and will get plenty of work. OU coach Bob Stoops and offensive coordinator Josh Heupel both confirmed senior Blake Bell will move to tight end....
Sooner recruiters scouring the country
There was a time when Oklahoma could fish from a small pond and expect to haul in enough talent to maintain the program’s elite status....
Backup QB Thomas pulling diamond duty
There isn’t a single athlete at Oklahoma cramming more into a day than Cody Thomas. The freshman quarterback, who redshirted this past season, wakes up early every morning for football workouts. Then he attends classes until the early ...
Current Sooners say recent fortune boosts recruiting
Recruiting for the 2014 class is well beyond the final stretch. With just four days left until National Signing Day on Wednesday, it’s in the last strides....
Sooners land DT commitment
Oklahoma added another big commitment for its 2014 recruiting class Thursday night. New Orleans three-star defensive tackle Courtney Garnett announced on Twitter he has committed to OU after an in-home visit with OU coach Bob Stoops and defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery.
Still riding high, Sooners could land big recruits
There are 10 days remaining until National Signing Day. There is just enough time for Oklahoma to close what could be a monumental five-week period in the program’s history....
Sugar Bowl win has everything turning positive for Sooners
It was just one victory, but Oklahoma fully understood its Sugar Bowl victory would carry future positive ramifications. No longer would OU coach Bob Stoops have to spend an offseason answering questions about the state of the program. ...
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