Wolfe, Jacob Gutierrez, Tim Lashar, Dan Cody, Bubba Moses, Jowahn Poteat and Greg Dequasie. The Flag Football Classic will begin at 12:15 p.m, with the Red-White Spring Game to follow at 1:15. Tickets, which will include admission for the Flag Football Classic, are $5 if purchased on or before April 7. Tickets sold after that date are $10 each. Children ages 5 and under are admitted free of charge, as are all OU students with a valid student ID. Seating is general admission.
Loadholt visits Pittsburgh; Iglesias to meet with VikingsFormer Sooner offensive tackle Phil Loadholt was in Pittsburgh on Wednesday meeting with Steeler officials, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Though he played on the left side in college, Loadholt is being considered a right tackle prospect in the NFL. His 6-foot-8, 337-pound frame could suit the Steelers’ power-running style of play well. Ex-OU wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias, meanwhile, told Sirius NFL Radio that he will be visiting Minnesota next Wednesday. Last month, Vikings head coach Brad Childress attended OU’s pro day and watched Iglesias work out.
Two-minute drillDue to gusty conditions, the Sooners held their 10th practice of the spring inside the Everest Indoor Training Center on Thursday. ... Wide receiver Adron Tennell suffered a mild ankle sprain last week that caused him to miss half a practice, but Tennell said that he’s fine and hasn’t missed any practice time since. ... Wichita, Kan., prep quarterback Blake Bell was in Norman on Thursday to watch OU’s practice. The 6-foot-6, 210-pound Bell is considered one of the top quarterback recruits in the nation and currently holds scholarship offers from a host of schools, including OU, LSU, Miami, Nebraska and Notre Dame. ... The Sooners will attempt to hold their first scrimmage of the spring outdoors on Saturday. By Jake Trotter