President David Boren said the school interviewed more than 160 people during its investigation into members of its now-defunct Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter who were captured on video taking part in the chant
Levi Pettit, the Highland Park High School graduate who was seen leading a racist fraternity chant at the University of Oklahoma, is back in the Sooner state. The 20-year-old former OU student spoke publicly, for the first time, since video of the chant was leaked.
The former University of Oklahoma student caught on camera leading a racist chant will speak publicly Wednesday.
Investigations into racism at Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapters have extended to college campuses in Texas and Louisiana.
The group, Next Generation Action Network, has decided to use the home of Parker Rice as the location for a public demonstration against racism.
The leader of the racist chant video that has spread like wildfire over the internet is from Dallas.
Four-star college football recruit Jean Delance from North Mesquite has “de-committed” from the University of Oklahoma after watching a racist video that went viral over the weekend.
Oklahoma has had an excruciating extra week to stew over the disappointment of the one-point loss to Kansas State that likely dashed its hopes at making the playoff.
The City of Arlington hopes big sports events will grab national attention.
Dallas officials announced that due to $25 million worth of renovations to the Cotton Bowl the football game between Texas and OU will stay at Fair Park through 2025.
TCU coach Trent Johnson didn’t even look at the end of his bench, where six Horned Frog players sat in white polo shirts and slacks instead of uniforms.
Case McCoy and these Texas seniors gave Mack Brown a much needed and long-awaited win over Oklahoma.