Jason Kersey

Bob Stoops issues statement on Justice Hansen,...

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NORMAN — Oklahoma’s quarterback derby is down to three. Redshirt freshman quarterback Justice Hansen announced Wednesday that...

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Ryan Aber

Oklahoma Caravan: Bob Stoops says there is a...

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A day after redshirt freshman quarterback Justice Hansen announced his intention to transfer, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said...

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Jenni Carlson

OU football: Were Keith Ford and other recent...

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PRESS ROW -- The Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel and Jenni Carlson weigh in on recent OU player departures, the Thunder's NBA...

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Oklahoma Sooners: OU Football, Basketball & Sports News

  • Sooner football giving a different vibe compared to this time last year

    By Berry Tramel | Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    Last summer, expectations soared after an 11-2 season and a Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama. This summer, expectations sag, after an 8-5 season and two 34-point defeats.

  • Oklahoma Caravan: Bob Stoops says there is a lot of time left in quarterback race

    By Ryan Aber | Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    A day after redshirt freshman quarterback Justice Hansen announced his intention to transfer, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said the quarterback battle was a long way from being decided. “I marvel how at everybody knows,” Stoops said Thursday at the Sooner Caravan event at Tulsa’s Schusterman...

  • Big 12 sports: OKC will host Big 12 baseball, women's hoops in coming years

    BY RYAN ABER, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    Thursday was a good day for Tim Brassfield. The Oklahoma City All Sports Association executive director’s day started with the opening of the Women’s College World Series and then in the afternoon, the news of more events coming to Oklahoma City became official. The Big 12 announced Thursday...

  • Walter Byers, first NCAA director, dies

    From Staff and Wire reports | Updated: 4 hr ago

    Walters Byers, the first executive director of the NCAA, died on Tuesday at home near Emmett, Kan., the New York Times reported. He was 93. He oversaw remarkable growth in college sports, engineering the NCAA’s first national television rights contract in 1952 and subsequent packages that grew...

  • [UPDATE]: Adrian Peterson Twitter rant reportedly about NFL contracts, not Vikings

    Erik Horne | Updated: 5 hr ago

    Adrian Peterson isn’t at Vikings OTAs right now, and hasn’t been all week. He says it’s “business, not personal.” It sure seemed like more than just business when the former OU running back went off on a Twitter rant Thursday. I love people who think they know it all! Smh, Research how many NFL...

  • VIDEO: OU golfers show off trick shot skills

    Nathan Ruiz | Updated: 6 hr ago

    The Oklahoma men's golf team is heading to the NCAA Championships, and after seeing the Sooners' ability to nail trick shots, that should come as a surprise to no one. The video, which can be seen above, features Oklahoma golfers Michael Gellerman, Grant Hirschman, Max McGreevy, Griffin...

  • Sam Bradford 'right on schedule' but not full-go for Eagles yet

    Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is "right on schedule" in his return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, coach Chip Kelly said Thursday. Bradford has been limited in the Eagles' three offseason team activites this week. He's participated in individual drills, but not team drills. “He is...

  • Women's College World Series: Pondering Lauren Chamberlain's place in OU softball history

    By Bill Plummer, Special to The Oklahoman | Updated: 9 hr ago

    LAUREN CHAMBERLAIN -- With she and her Oklahoma Sooners teammates notably missing from this week's Women's College World Series, a local softball historian and author looks at Chamberlain's accomplishments and legacy.

  • Everett Golson says Notre Dame blocked him from transferring to Texas

    Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    New Florida State quarterback Everett Golson told FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman that he had interest in transferring to Texas, "especially since Charlie Strong's coaching staff had developed  Teddy Bridgewater into a first-round draft pick," Feldman writes. But Notre Dame blocked him from...

  • VIDEO: Baker Mayfield's whip dance is outstanding and OU teammate approved

    Erik Horne | Published: Thu, May 28, 2015

    Even before the news of Justice Hansen’s transfer Wednesday, Baker Mayfield looked to be the frontrunner for the OU quarterback job. And certainly Mayfield’s dance moves will play no part in his winning the gig over Cody Thomas and Trevor Knight, but OU receiver John Humphrey Jr. gave us a little...

  • Tramel: Why Greg Popovich is a basketball coach, not a pilot

    Berry Tramel | Updated: 14 hr ago

    I received an email this week from Wayne Baughman, the wrestling icon who was inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame in 2013. Baughman went to John Marshall High School, then was an NCAA individual champion at OU and a member of two NCAA title teams for the Sooners. Baughman is the only...

  • Bob Stoops issues statement on Justice Hansen, says no transfer restrictions in place

    Jason Kersey | Yesterday

    NORMAN — Oklahoma’s quarterback derby is down to three. Redshirt freshman quarterback Justice Hansen announced Wednesday that he will transfer. He released a statement on Twitter. News of Hansen’s transfer was first reported by SoonerScoop.com. Hansen, a former Edmond Santa Fe standout, signed...

  • Adrian Peterson on missing OTAs: 'Business, not personal'

    Published: Wed, May 27, 2015

    Adrian Peterson isn't at Vikings organized team activities, but not because he wants out of Minnesota. The former OU running back told ESPN reporter Josina Anderson in a statement Wednesday "the reason I'm not attending OTAs has nothing to do with wanting to be traded. "It's about...

  • Women's College World Series: Oregon softball coach Mike White asks Oklahoma fans for forgiveness

    Jason Kersey | Yesterday

    Oregon softball coach Mike White asked Oklahoma fans for forgiveness. Considering the Sooners didn’t qualify for this year’s Women’s College World Series, coaches were asked at a Wednesday news conference to make the case for local fans to jump on their bandwagon. Alabama coach Patrick Murphy —...

  • Women's College World Series: Oklahoma's Lauren Chamberlain will watch from home

    Jason Kersey | Published: Wed, May 27, 2015

    Lauren Chamberlain is looking forward to the Women’s College World Series, even though her team didn’t make it. The Oklahoma slugger — who just ended her record-breaking career in last weekend’s Super Regional loss at Alabama — won’t watch the World Series in person, though. “That would be hard...



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