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Sooners raise cancer awareness at Shave for the Brave
Oklahoma outfielder Taylor Alspaugh loves his hair. It caught him off guard about seven weeks ago when OU coach Pete Hughes joked that he should show off his golden locks while he can....
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....
Pitcher Stevens spurs Sooners past Cowgirls
The Cowgirls kept fighting. Down 2-0 in the top of the seventh inning, successive Oklahoma State hitters fought back from an 0-2 count to reach base against Oklahoma pitcher Kelsey Stevens. That loaded the bases and prompted the Sooners to ...
Sooners believe offense will turn back around
Oklahoma shortstop Hector Lorenzana said it best following Tuesday night’s 3-1 loss to Oklahoma State....
Shave for the Brave takes aim at Sooner scalps
Oklahoma’s caps and batting helmets won’t be as snug tonight, but players and coaches will save on haircuts for the rest of the season....
Sooners’ hitting slump continues as they fall to Cowboys in first meeting
Oklahoma lugged the traits of an offensive slump to L. Dale Mitchell Park Tuesday night. The Sooners didn’t shake any of them after the 3-1 loss to Oklahoma State....
Chamberlain motivating OU squad for first of three-part series with OSU
Oklahoma junior Lauren Chamberlain hasn’t been able to play in several weeks. But the record-setting slugger made sure her teammates could still hear her at practice on Tuesday, keeping up a steady stream of comments from the dugout. Or, ...
Oklahoma State comes to Norman for first of five meetings with Sooners
Expanding the Bedlam baseball series beyond the three-game Big 12 Conference series in May started four years ago. At the time, both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State wanted to bring the rivalry to their home ballparks....
Sooners smash Cyclones yet again
The sweep is complete. No. 16 Oklahoma wrapped up a third-straight victory over Iowa State in the conference opener on Sunday, topping the Cyclones 11-0 in five innings for the third day in a row....
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....
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