Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones recalls well his last trip to Lubbock, the most recent of three straight Sooners losses at Texas Tech.
When asked about going up against Kansas State’s Bill Snyder, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops points out that it’s been 17 years since he was in his mentor’s office.
Exactly what new coordinator Mike Stoops has in store won’t be known until Saturday night, when No. 4 Oklahoma plays its season opener at UTEP
Oklahoma is hoping a blast from the past can return the program to a championship level.
Brown will be eligible to play this season because of the NCAA’s penalties against Penn State following the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.
Coach Bob Stoops announced Tuesday that Jalen Saunders has transferred to Oklahoma after leading Fresno State in receiving yards last season as a sophomore
Joel Hutter’s single in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted Dallas Baptist to a 7-6 victory over Oklahoma in Dallas.
Oklahoma’s approach to stopping opponents doesn’t figure to be much different under new defensive coordinator Mike Stoops.
Stoops was the co-defensive coordinator for Oklahoma from 1999 to 2004 and helped the Sooners win the 2000 national championship before spending the past seven-plus seasons at Arizona.
Tyra White had 20 points and Kelsey Bone added 18 points to lead No. 9 Texas A&M to a 75-58 win over Oklahoma on Sunday.
Quarterback Landry Jones has decided to come back for his senior year at Oklahoma, saying “there is still a lot more to do.”
When Oklahoma (9-3) faces Iowa in Friday night’s Insight Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium, it will be the Sooners’ 13th straight bowl — every year since coach Bob Stoops took over the program