In Saturday’s game, Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight went the distance even with the Sooners having the game well in hand. That’s because backup Cody Thomas was banged up a bit, though OU coach Bob Stoops said he could’ve put Thomas in to just hand off the ball in the fourth quarter. Because of Thomas’ status, quarterback-turned-tight end Blake Bell […]
The first week of college football was an injury-filled one for Big 12 teams. The biggest news came out of Austin, where coach Charlie Strong announced that quarterback David Ash will miss the Longhorns’ game against BYU this week due to a concussion. Sophomore Tyrone Swoopes will get his first start at quarterback in Ash’s […]
At his Monday press conference, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops was asked about the SEC’s performance last weekend against teams who run the spread offense, including Alabama’s struggles against West Virginia.
Berry Tramel ranks the Big 12 each week on how will the teams finish in the conference race. As expected, Oklahoma State and West Virginia are moving up.
Kevin Durant's rising popularity and extreme marketability made his sky-high price tag worth it for Nike
Under Armour made a strong push, offering up a deal reportedly in the $265 million to $285 million range, plus incentives, over 10 years. But on Sunday morning, ESPN reported that Nike decided to match it. Durant is now under control through the start of the 2024 season.
Houston Astros manager Bo Porter was fired by the organization on Monday, opening the door for former Oklahoma City RedHawks interim manager Tom Lawless, who was named as his replacement on an interim basis.
Maybe, just maybe, these youthful Cowboys won’t be taking that anticipated step back. They certainly didn’t Saturday night, not even after falling behind 17-0. Not ever, pushing and fighting to the end of the 37-31 loss.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound sophomore made his first-career start and kept Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston on the run much of the night — despite the fact FSU started a senior at every position on its offensive line.
Bradford has been decked by another major knee injury. Meanwhile, Welker suffered another concussion to go with the two he had last season and who knows how many others, dating back to Heritage Hall. It’s a fair question to ask about the bust status of these two Oklahoma icons. As in, will Bradford be a bust and will Welker get a bust, in the Hall of Fame?