Oklahoma football coach Lincoln Riley broke into a celebration that was captured by program’s media team, when Jeremiah Criddell committed to Oklahoma over Oregon on signing day last December.
Chanse Sylvie couldn’t help but stand out in his blue vest. With the Oklahoma safety’s shoulders rolling out the top of his sleeves, he had to have been one of the most physically imposing employees working for Walmart this summer.
NORMAN — Multiple outlets are reporting Oklahoma defensive back Tre Norwood has suffered a knee injury and it’s unclear whether he’ll return this season.
NORMAN — Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts’ soaking-wet undershirt was stretched over his back as he carried his shoulder pads. The OU rugby fields were empty by the time he walked off them.
Alabama graduate transfer Jalen Hurts was the center of Oklahoma's local media day last week as reporters surrounded his table awaiting every word from the man projected to be the Sooners' new starting quarterback.
The number “129” has been present in Oklahoma’s football facility since spring practice, with coaches using the Sooners’ national ranking in passing yards allowed a year ago as a motivational reminder.
NORMAN — It’s difficult to see exactly what happened to Robert Barnes on the night of Dec. 29, 2018, when Oklahoma was playing Alabama in the Orange Bowl. But in the aftermath, he couldn’t practice football at full strength for nearly eight months.
Outside of Kyler Murray, who's thriving so far with the Arizona Cardinals in preseason camp, here's a look at how some of Oklahoma's other 2019 draft picks are doing this August.
Oklahoma has nine redshirt freshmen on its roster who would otherwise be sophomores, if not for the NCAA’s redshirt rule put in place before last season.
NORMAN — Oklahoma’s offense hasn’t just been prolific the past two seasons. It has been among the nation’s most responsible with the football.
NORMAN — With gray skies and cool temperatures in the 80s, Oklahoma conducted its first preseason practice of 2019 in ideal conditions.
ARLINGTON, Texas — For Oklahoma, it’s simple to see at a position such as receiver, where freshmen Theo Wease, Trejan Bridges, Jadon Haselwood and Austin Stogner can contribute immediately this season.
Despite losing four of five starters on the offensive line and a Heisman Trophy quarterback, Oklahoma is still projected as one of the top four teams in college football.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Iowa State’s Matt Campbell is one of the hottest names in coaching, and he’ll go up against one of his former teammates in the Big 12 this fall.
Spencer Rattler didn’t have to wait until 2019-2020 to start throwing touchdown passes to his future Oklahoma teammates.
Oklahoma men's basketball director of operations Mike Shepherd has had his moments concocting unique and adventurous non-conference schedules over the last eight years with coach Lon Kruger.
Aside from a brief online statement, Mike Stoops went publicly silent after being fired as Oklahoma’s defensive coordinator.
Brendan Radley-Hiles provided the first glimpse of how he might fare against collegiate competition while participating in Oklahoma’s spring football practices several months ago.
EVIAN LES-BAINS, France — Three members of the Oklahoma State's men's golf team wrapped up play on Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Cup with Zach Bauchou and Matthew Wolff each winning their singles match to help the U.S. squad to victory at Evian Resort Golf Club.
University of Oklahoma regent Renzi Stone responded to criticism about his role in helping obtain Rose Bowl tickets for former Oklahoma attorney general and Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt.
Rickie Fowler may be the most notable Oklahoma State golfer in the world, but there is one ex-Cowboy who has been honing his game on the European Tour and is primed to challenge Fowler for the best OSU golfer on Tour.
Oklahoma's subdued celebration after clinching an appearance in the Women's College World Series could be chalked up to high expectations, but its easy to mistake those for guarantees.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Two years ago, Trae Young cried as Norman North lost in the state championship game. Consumed with the defeat, he turned to his coaches and teammates for support.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Oklahoma guard Trae Young looked tired as he answered questions in Wednesday's postgame news conference.
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NAME: Michael King AGE: 65 TOWN: Tahlequah OCCUPATION: Convenience Store Owner DIED: August 12, 2019 SERVICES: 10:00 AM Monday August 19, 2019, St Brigid Catholic Church
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