OU freshman Joe Mixon quietly reactived his Twitter account Monday evening — hours after being arraigned on a misdemeanor charge — then broke his silence Tuesday afternoon.
“Comeback Season In The Work But Now I'm Thinking Bigger,” Mixon tweeted, quoting lyrics from a Drake song.
The former five-star prospect was suspended from football for one year shortly after his arraignment on the charge stemming from an early morning altercation with 20-year-old Amelia Rae Molitor on July 25 at Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe.
After the altercation, Mixon deactivated his Twitter account.
The Oakley, Calif., native used the social media account heavily throughout his recruitment, retweeting virtually anything any college
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Although he’s still waiting to hear if he will play for the Sooners this year, the former Missouri wide receiver is having the ‘dog’ pushed out of him by the OU staff.
COMMENTARY — The Thunder supersub has finished three NBA seasons and thus is eligible for a contract extension this offseason. He is not the superstar those guys were and are, but he’s quite a ballplayer.
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Oklahoma State coaches were happy to avoid any serious injuries during preseason camp.
Sterling Shepard is by far the most experienced wide receiver back from last year’s team. The former Heritage Hall star has also taken on a leadership role within this position group. After playing the slot most of his collegiate career thus far, he’ll move outside in 2014.
Wildcats return a veteran quarterback in Matt Harman, protected by an offensive line full of seniors.