If the Sooners don't lose again, and the Wildcats lose one before their Dec. 1 season finale against Texas, would King be able to cheer for the Longhorns?
“Well then yeah, I'm gonna cheer for Texas,” King said. “That's probably the only time you'll see me wear a Longhorn hat.”
STOOPS: HURST LUCKY CRANE COLLISION WASN'T MORE SERIOUS
During the Sooners' loss to Notre Dame on Saturday, Demontre Hurst ran out of bounds and into a metal rig that serves as the base of a television camera crane.
Coach Bob Stoops said Hurst wasn't hurt, but it could have been a lot worse.
“I said walking off the field to our trainer Scott Anderson, ‘We need to not complain, but everywhere, they need to have more padding, make sure a player can't slide underneath one of those contraptions, they need to be safer on what they put on the field.'” Stoops said.
“Hopefully they're really investing in the safety of equipment that's on the field.”
PART III OF DVD SERIES SET FOR NOV. 12 PREMIERE
“The History of Oklahoma Football Part III: Dynasty of Championships” will premiere Monday, Nov. 12 at the Warren Theatre in Moore.
The third in a four-part DVD series, this edition focuses on OU football during the Chuck Fairbanks and Barry Switzer eras, spanning from 1964-89.
There will be two separate screenings, beginning at 7 p.m., with a total running time of approximately three hours. Admission is $8, and seating is limited. The DVD will be available for purchase the week of Nov. 19, and will sell for $19.95.
“Part 1: Birth of a Champion” was released in 2010; it chronicled the program from 1895 through 1946.
“Part II: Legacy of Winning” covered the Bud Wilkinson era, from 1947-63. It was released in 2011.