STILLWATER — So much has been said and written about Tyreek Hill throughout Oklahoma State’s fall camp. None of those words, though, have come directly from Hill. The JUCO-transfer with track-star speed isn’t given media access per team rules.
Now that it’s finally game week for Oklahoma, we’re beginning a new blog series featuring Q and As with Sooners’ walk-ons. First up is senior linebacker from Claremore Caleb Gastelum. Gastelum figures to see plenty of playing time this season both on special teams and on defense, where he’s the backup to starting inside linebacker Jordan Evans. […]
CFP — Jeff Long has traveled a long road to being named the chairman of the new College Football Playoff selection committee. It’s a road that took him through Norman, where he was Joe Castiglione’s chief lieutenant.
The opinions never seem to stop coming in the Joe Mixon case. The latest: former Oklahoma state legislator Mike Fair wrote Berry Tramel.
Former Texas defensive coordinator now in charge of Louisiana Tech’s defense. The Sooners play host to the Bulldogs on Saturday.
The Oklahoma State coach has said twice in the past week that at least eight true freshmen will play in the season opener on Saturday. But Gundy hasn't identified those players. Here's a closer look at eight new faces who have the potential to fill those roles.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Thunder traded its third-string center to Philadelphia for a $1.25 million trade exception. OKC also received a second-round pick in the deal.
Wilson, who was recruited as a cornerback out of Southmoore in 2010, started all 13 of Oklahoma’s games at nickelback last season.
Undrafted out of Oklahoma State, guard is now one of the Packers’ top backups.
It’s yet to be seen if Blanchard is capable of producing a title run in 2014, as the Lions are replacing 3,000-yard running back Braden Stringer and productive starting quarterback Blake Owen from last season’s 3A runner-up team.