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Sooners rest easy after routing ’Cats
With 20 seconds to go, all of Oklahoma’s starters were sitting on the bench late Saturday afternoon. There was no more they needed to do. The Sooners had already put away Kansas State at Lloyd Noble Center. The only thing to be determined ...
Sooners rally on last rotation to claim Perfect 10 Challenge
OKLAHOMA CITY — Being the top team in the nation isn’t easy. Each time out, they know opposing squads are looking to knock them out and make a name for themselves....
Sooners say they’ve finally turned corner
After practice Friday, Oklahoma women’s point guard Morgan Hook spoke, only to quickly catch herself....
Wildcats offer a chance to show growth
It’s been a full week since Oklahoma last played a game. Time enough to rest up and get in four practices before it faces Kansas State at 3 p.m. today at Lloyd Noble Center....
Sooners bowl over Boise State
No. 13 Oklahoma strung together consecutive wins for just the second time this season with a 9-1, five-inning victory over Boise State on Thursday before going into the late game against Oregon State....
Hield rarely takes off his work hat
At some point, reality will set in for Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield. He’ll fully understand that everyone doesn’t get to work at what they truly love doing....
Sooners looking to stay hot inOrlando
On the surface, Oklahoma coach Pete Hughes didn’t use a whole lot of strategy in his team’s two-game series against Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Hitters dug in and tried to drive the ball with every swing. In two games, OU stole just one base and ...
Neuse shows off skills in rout over Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Oklahoma rolling to an 11-0 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Wednesday was not a shock. It was another bench-emptying performance by the Sooners, who have now won four straight....
Former member of OU backfield, Buddy Leake, dies at 80
Former Oklahoma running back and quarterback Buddy Leake passed away Tuesday at the age of 80....
Sooners put up good fight, but fall to Cornell at National Duals
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Even without all its top wrestlers, Oklahoma gave a strong Cornell team all it wanted before coming up just short, 23-20, in the semifinals of the NWCA National Duals Monday afternoon....
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