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Oklahoma State freshman running back Devon Thomas made an appearance in Tulsa County District Court on Monday, with a preliminary hearing continued until Aug. 18.
Thomas pleaded not guilty to felony charges of shooting with intent to kill, robbery with a firearm and first-degree burglary. Thomas' attorney Steve Hjelm said Monday that he hopes "we get this all behind us," and that he's anxious to question witnesses in the case.
Mike Gundy’s stance – to allow the legal process to run its course before making a decision on Thomas’ future with the Cowboys – is the “is the responsible thing for him to do,” says Hjlem.
NORMAN — Kevin Finlay, the attorney representing OU freshman running back Joe Mixon, released a statement to the media Monday afternoon regarding the assault allegations against his client.
Brent Clark is a Norman attorney, OU football historian and a former NCAA investigator. He’s also a friend of Berry Tramel's and a close observer of all kinds of things. Brent sent Tramel an interesting take on the Joe Mixon situation.
Spencer has already been doing some thinking on the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, the quarterback and trigger man at defending national champion Florida State, which is first up for Spencer’s in-transition defense to start the season.
NORMAN — College football fans don’t typically get really excited about kicker commitments. Kickers also aren’t usually known as big-time smack talkers. After this weekend, OU kicker commit Austin Seibert has laid waste to both stereotypes.
OU football chat: Ryan Aber talks Joe Mixon, recruiting, the Sooners' defense and eligibility for Baker Mayfield and DGB
OU writer Ryan Aber was on an extended version of the Sooners football chat Monday. Here's the full transcript.
For the foreseeable future, Grant Jerrett can call himself an NBA player because of his rare and coveted ability, as a 6-foot-10 power forward, to accurately shoot the three.
After playing 11 seasons with the Vikings, Kevin Williams signed with the Super Bowl champion Seahawks
In a state that’s produced Heisman Trophy winners, electric wishbone stars and highlight-reel wide receivers, Kevin Williams’ NFL career has flown under the radar.