Sooners Will Quickly Learn Where They StandThe Sooners made a surprising run to win the Big 12 title last season before losing to Clemson in the national semifinals. Now, with much of the key talent returning from that 11-2 squad, Oklahoma is poised to finish the job.
2016 Big 12 Preview: Sooners Look Primed For Another Playoff RunOklahoma won the Big 12 on their way to the College Football Playoff last year. With a ton of returning talent, they look primed to do it once again.
Oklahoma Promotes 2 Football AssistantsOklahoma is promoting assistant football coaches Bill Bedenbaugh and Kerry Cooks. Head coach Bob Stoops announced Tuesday that both are being promoted to assistant coordinator positions.
Sooners Basketball Coach Hires Son As AssistantOklahoma basketball coach Lon Kruger has added his son to his coaching staff. Kevin Kruger returns to Norman after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach for Northern Arizona.
Villanova Embarrasses Oklahoma, Advances To National Championship GameThe Wildcats could not miss as they ran away in their Final Four match-up with the Sooners.
Oklahoma Pummeled By Villanova In Semifinal GameThe Sooners had a big problem in Houston in trying to stop the Wildcats.
Sooners Coach Kruger Back In Final Four 22 Years LaterLon Kruger last coached in the Final Four in 1994. That is before most of his current players were born. Oklahoma's coach has adjusted to the changes in the game and has a shot at his first national title.
Hield Among Players Vying For Wooden AwardWooden Award contenders Buddy Hield of Oklahoma and Brice Johnson of North Carolina will play in this weekend's Final Four in Houston. The award will be presented on April 8 in Los Angeles.
Five Things: Syracuse Crashes Final FourThe Final Four in Houston is set and features three teams that spent time at No. 1 in the rankings this season and…Syracuse, a 10 seed that saved its best basketball for the Big Dance.
Hield & Arcidiacono Take Long Road To Final FourNobody in the NBA was knocking down Ryan Arcidiacono's door when his junior season ended a year ago. He stayed at Villanova because he had no other choice. But Buddy Hield stayed at Oklahoma because he had unfinished business.
OU Defeats Texas A&M 77-63; Advances To Elite 8The Sooners will play Duke or Oregon with a shot in the Final Four at stake.
Oklahoma's Hield Set To Electrify NCAA TournamentBuddy Hield has one last chance to electrify college basketball. Oklahoma's explosive guard came back for his senior season after considering jumping to the NBA, and he made the most of it.