Oklahoma’s Cameron Clark (21) drives to the basket past West Virginia’s Remi Dibo (0) and Eron Harris (10) during the college basketball game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and West Virginia University Mountaineers (WVU) at the Lloyd Nobel Center in Norman, Okla.
Former Oklahoma defensive lineman Dusty Dvoracek left the sideline to join play-by-play announcer Toby Rowland and color commentator Merv Johnson in the booth for the spring game’s radio broadcast Saturday. Could that arrangement carry over into the fall?
BY GREG GARNO, For The Oklahoman | Published: Sat, Apr 12, 2014
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Oklahoma juniors Alec Robin and Michael Squires couldn’t finish their first night of team competition with a national championship on Friday.
So they did the next best thing on Saturday: take home individual titles.
Led by Robin’s two individual national...
While rampant optimism flows through Soonerville this spring, as it should, most of it stems from the defense. And players like Eric Striker. The Brothers Stoops are hard-pressed to contain their glee over what their 2014 defense could do.
Over Taylor McNamara’s first two seasons on campus, tight ends haven’t been a huge part of the OU passing game, though if Saturday’s Red-White Game is any indication, the position could be in for a comeback in 2014.
BY RYAN ABER, Staff Writer | Published: Sat, Apr 12, 2014
Even if Shepard and Neal had been able to go full-bore through spring practice, though, the Sooners would still be searching for more answers at the spot as they try to replace Jalen Saunders and Lacoltan Bester.
For starters, Trevor Knight was playing with a ton of unproven playmakers Saturday. Receiver extraordinaire Sterling Shepard was sidelined by injury. Ditto for Durron Neal, the only other returning pass catcher who had more than a hundred yards last season.