Baylor’s Robert Griffin did more than just knock Oklahoma out of the national championship chase with his latest record-setting performance.
While No. 5 Oklahoma sat idle over the weekend, the Sooners’ chances to play for a national championship got a big boost.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says he hopes a season-ending knee injury to All-American receiver Ryan Broyles won’t hurt him when it comes to the NFL draft or postseason awards.
The Sooners already have the ninth-longest home winning streak ever in the Bowl Subdivision and can tie Notre Dame this weekend for the eighth-longest.
Mack Brown and the No. 11 Texas Longhorns are headed into their annual grudge match with No. 3 Oklahoma looking to learn about themselves.
“We are making good progress” said coach Stoops when he spoke with New School on 105.3 The Fan today regarding preparing his team for the Red River Rivalry.
The Red River Rivalry is back. For the second time in seven years, Oklahoma and Texas arrive at the showdown with unblemished records.
The Tulsa World reported that Stoops got a three-year extension at $5.15 million per year. He also received a $75,000 annual raise in his base salary and other “stay bonuses” and “stay benefits.”
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops joined New School today on 105.3 The Fan to talk Sooners football and other happening in the Big 12!
Being voted preseason No. 1 is a tradition at Oklahoma, and this season is no different. The Sooners will start out top-ranked in The Associated Press college football poll for the 10th time, more than any program in the country.
In the new Big 12, there would be no surprise if the Sooners add another trophy. The defending champions are overwhelming favorite to win.
Oklahoma University head coach Bob Stoops called in to talk with Josh & Elf about the upcoming 2011-12 Sooner football season.