Garrett Gilbert pauses after the Red River Rivalry college football game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the University of Texas Longhorns (UT) at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, in Dallas, Texas. OU defeated Texas 28-20. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD
The starting quarterback situation with the Texas Longhorns remains fluid — as in constantly moving, not necessarily fluid in performance. Uncertainty surrounds the Longhorns after finishing 5-7 last season, and the biggest question mark is quarterback. Big 12's top duos
Time for the weekly Big 12 efficiency rankings, and the numbers are getting interesting.
Remember, we’re measuring an offense’s frequency to score. Not yardage. Scoring. And a defense’s frequency to get off the field without allowing points. Points per possession is the best measure of an...
The Big 12 seems back in the good graces of the College Football Playoff committee. The Sooners up to third, Baylor in at No. 7, which is not ideal but at least gives the Bears a fighting chance to move up.
OSU was ranked a disappointing 11th, though there’s only one team ahead of the Cowboys...
By Berry Tramel Columnist email@example.com | Updated: 11 hr ago
The College Football Playoff committee gave Oklahoma football some much-appreciated validation. The committee moved up the Sooners to No. 3 Tuesday night in its weekly rankings, and now the Sooners can go all Sally Field.
By Ryan Aber Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Tue, Nov 24, 2015
NORMAN — Steven Parker has gotten a dose of being the most popular man in Norman this week.
The safety's jump and deflection of Bram Kohlhausen's two-point conversion pass sealed Oklahoma's 30-29 win over TCU on Saturday and sent Parker's profile sky high.
“I've gotten a lot of thank yous,”...
By RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer | Published: Tue, Nov 24, 2015
The Sooners (10-1) seem to be in solid shape with only one game left in their season. Oklahoma will play at Oklahoma State on Saturday with a chance to win the Big 12. The Cowboys dropped to 11th after losing its first game of the season.
The New York Times’ way of ranking teams weekly for the College Football Playoff remains interesting. And more compact.
The Times doesn’t rank specific teams. It ranks what it calls “buckets.” Designations for teams that can achieve a certain status. The rankings don’t gauge where a team is...