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Two Sooners honored
Oklahoma’s Sheldon Neuse and Mac James were both named to the American Baseball Coaches Association All-Midwest Region team on Friday....
‘Red River Showdown’ to stay in Cotton Bowl through 2025
Oklahoma and Texas have agreed to keep the “Red River Showdown” at the Cotton Bowl through 2025. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings announced the five-year contract extension on Tuesday....
Sooners land another four-star recruit
Oklahoma’s 2015 recruiting class swelled with another commitment from a consensus four-star recruit. Katy, Texas, running back Rodney Anderson became the fifth four-star recruit to give his verbal pledge to the Sooners on Sunday....
Summer no longer hands-off for coaches
A tradition developed every late July among college football coaches. They would meet the media en masse for the first time since April, but all questions regarding the current team’s health, fitness or work habits were quickly deflected....
Westmoore’s Lookout commits to OU
Westmoore junior-to-be Deshawn Lookout announced via Twitter Friday night he has committed to play baseball at Oklahoma and also expects to play football....
Norman ranked No. 2 college football town in nation
Bleacherreport.com came out Friday with its Top 25 College Football Towns for 2014. Coming in at No. 2 was Norman.
Stoops sees merit in NCAA changes, but asks to proceed with caution
TULSA — College athletics has gone through many changes over the last four years. Starting in August it will go through another. Athletes on scholarship will receive full cost of tuition in addition to unlimited food....
Sooners land four-star commitment
Oklahoma picked up its fifth commitment for its 2015 recruiting class with the addition of four-star cornerback P.J. Mbanasor. Four of the five commitments are members of the ESPN Top 300....
Game times announced for season opener and Tennessee games
The Big 12 Conference just announced Oklahoma’s game against Tennessee on Sept. 13 will kickoff at 7 p.m. and will be televised by ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. The season opener Aug. 30 against Louisiana Tech will be shown on a pay-per-view basis.
Playoff shouldn’t hamper Sooners
PLANO, Texas — The Bowl Championship Series took many well-earned knocks, but there was no program that benefited from that system more than Oklahoma. It reached the national championship game three times from 2000-08, and only once did ...
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