Norman Tigers football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
5 - 5 3 - 2 2 - 3 .500 306 281

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-05 vs Norman North W 38 - 31
2013-09-13 vs Moore W 45 - 30
2013-09-20 @ Yukon L 19 - 21
2013-09-27 @ Mustang L 14 - 34
2013-10-04 vs Edmond Memorial L 14 - 38
2013-10-11 @ Choctaw W 49 - 31
2013-10-18 vs Southmoore L 30 - 33
2013-10-25 @ Edmond Santa Fe W 28 - 14
2013-11-01 vs Putnam West W 48 - 0
2013-11-08 @ Lawton L 21 - 49

TEAM STATS

Offense
Rush Yds Rush Yds Game Pass Yds Pass Yds/Game Yards Total Yards/Game Pts Total Pts/Game
2317 231.7 670 67.0 2987 298.7 285 28.5
DEFENSE
Rush Yds Allow Allow Rush/Game Pass Yds Allow Allow Pass/Game Yds Total Allow Yds Allow/Game Allow Pts Allow Pts/Game
0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Bryce Burkhart 11
George Carter 11
Jakcob Dean 12
Bernard Epie 11
Sayvon Foley 1 11 5-8 155
Anthony Grimes 12
Logan Hill 12
Logan Hill 12
Matt Hockett 12
Darius Manning 11 5-9 208
Stefan McCarthy 11
Josh McGill 12
Gavin Nadeau 11
Cade Parker 12
Cal Schone 12
Cale Stumpff 12
Nick Webb 11
Sean Wilson 11 5-11 185
Dupree Young 12

Norman football News

NewsOK articles about Norman football, or articles mentioning current or former Norman football players.
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Tributes: Former OU lineman Bob Bodenhamer dies at 88

May 23, 2016
He went into education after college, serving as head football coach at El Reno and Lawton high schools. Bodenhamer guided Lawton to state titles in 1962 and 1963. He was The Oklahoman's All-State Coach of the Year in '63.

The Oklahoman's Super 30 recruit rankings for 2017

May 21, 2016
The Oklahoman's high school sports staff debuts its Super 30 football recruit rankings for the senior class of 2017:

Prep Parade: Former PC West star Mike Cutter battling ALS; family planning benefit walk

May 18, 2016
The daughters of former Putnam City West football star Mike Cutter have organized an event to raise money and awareness for ALS.Cutter was diagnosed with the condition, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, in January.Cutter starred for the Putnam City West teams of coach Mike Little, including the 1981 state championship team. Cutter was selected as The Oklahoman's All-State Back of the Year...

Prep Parade: Former PC West star Mike Cutter battling ALS; family planning benefit walk

May 18, 2016
Cutter was diagnosed with the condition, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, in January.

Oakland travelblog: Winford Boynes' gym & Burmese food

May 18, 2016
When you work in media, it’s always better to travel East than to travel West. Let me explain. I usually get up around 7 a.m. Tuesday, I felt lousy and didn’t sleep much; I was up at 3:30 a.m., so it didn’t matter much. But when I wake up at 7 a.m., I can get often get a couple of blogs written before the day gets too far down the road. In California, if I wake up at 7 a.m., that’s 9 a.m....

The next Jimmy Graham? Why former basketball player Rico Gathers was too good for Cowboys to pass up

May 15, 2016
IRVING, Texas — With seconds remaining in the first half of a Baylor basketball game two months ago, Rico Gathers showed why a future in the NFL might be more likely than one in the NBA.The Bears had the ball out of bounds near Oklahoma’s basket, looking for a quick catch-and-shoot. A three-quarters court pass to Gathers was executed perfectly. In one motion, the 6-6, 273-pound power forward...

Class 5A boys soccer: Heritage Hall rolls to 4-1 win over McGuinness

May 14, 2016
Except for a brief stretch early in the second half, Heritage Hall controlled the action against McGuinness, outshooting the Fighting Irish 21-11 and limiting their explosive forward, Matteo Hernandez, to only two shots. Hernandez entered the game with 47 goals on the season.

Class 5A/6A state track meets: Athletes to watch

May 12, 2016
MOORE — The Class 5A and 6A state track meets are scheduled to begin with field events at 10 a.m. Friday at Moore Stadium. Running events will follow at noon. The schedule will be the same for Saturday's finals. Here are some Oklahoma City-area athletes to keep an eye on: Class 6A BOYS Brock Appiah and Jordan Prince, Edmond North: A dangerously fast duo with Appiah in the sprints and Prince in...

Tributes: Local race car driver Dustin Buntin dies at age 36

May 3, 2016
Buntin, who often drove car No. 37, came from a family of competitive racers, including his father Joe Buntin.

NFL Draft: Eric Striker goes undrafted, but becomes social media sensation after his speech to family aired live on ESPN

Apr 30, 2016
Former Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker was one of hundreds of NFL Draft hopefuls who didn’t hear his name called this weekend, but he still managed to shine because of a heartfelt speech broadcast on ESPN. Late in the seventh round, ESPN went live to Striker’s draft watch party, where dozens of family members were gathered. Striker addressed the room, thanking them for being there and...

Redskins go defense in NFL draft, pick Cravens, Fuller

Apr 29, 2016
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — After boosting their offense in the first round, the Washington Redskins turned their focus to defense on Day Two of the NFL draft.Selecting hybrid linebacker/safety Su'a Cravens from USC with the 53rd pick and defensive back Kendall Fuller from Virginia Tech with the 84th pick, the Redskins took a big step toward improving a unit that ranked 28th in the NFL last...

Panthers take DT Vernon Butler from La. Tech with 30th pick

Apr 28, 2016
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman couldn't help himself.When defensive tackle defensive tackle Vernon Butler from Louisiana Tech dropped to the 30th spot in the NFL draft, Gettleman took him, giving the NFC champions even more depth on an already strong and deep interior defensive line.The 6-foot-3, 316-pound Butler won't start, but gives the Panthers another "hog...

Prep Parade: Remembering Oklahoma's forgotten state record holders

Apr 28, 2016
Names like Larry Rose of U.S. Grant — one of the state’s greatest 1-mile runners ever — or Glen Long of Douglass, who is part of two such forgotten records, or Nina Thompson of John Marshall, who had a hand (foot?) in four of them.

OU beat writer Jason Kersey bidding farewell to The Oklahoman after nearly a decade

Apr 28, 2016
I pulled off Broadway Extension and into the parking lot, turned the key to park my 2003 Hyundai Accent, grabbed my three-ring binder of work examples and took a deep breath. Waiting for me inside the old Oklahoman headquarters — the tower off Broadway Extension and Britton Road — was sports editor Mike Sherman, who had graciously agreed to meet with me and talk about the profession I hoped to...

OU football: Oklahoma's Sterling Shepard a hot prospect entering the 2016 NFL Draft

Apr 27, 2016
Many experts believe the former Oklahoma standout will be selected in the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday during the second or third round. But according to one of them, scouts didn’t only recently begin drooling over Shepard.

TRIBUTES: A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience

Apr 26, 2016
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience: *Gary Shivers, 82, of Oklahoma City was a native Texan who starred in basketball at the University of Houston. Shivers was an All-Missouri Valley Conference selection in 1954 and was then drafted in the 10th round by the old Baltimore Bullets. He played for several teams in the National Industrial Basketball League,...

High school notebook: Edmond North's Austin Eckroat wins Junior Invitational

Apr 23, 2016
Eckroat took command of the tournament with a first-round 65, then posted scores of 70 and 75 in the final two rounds to finish at 6-under par for the tournament.

OKC All Sports Association awards scholarships

Apr 22, 2016
Norman senior Heath Orcutt and Crossings Christian senior Brett Szymanski were announced the winners of the annual Oklahoma City All Sports Association scholarships. Both will receive $1,200. Orcutt played soccer for four years with the Tigers and was the team captain this season. She also served as vice president of the student council, sophomore and junior senator and she is a member of the...

Putnam City soccer coach Eddie Wright named school's athletic director

Apr 21, 2016
Putnam City stayed within the family to fill one of the voids left by A.D. Burtschi's retirement. PC boys soccer coach Eddie Wright was promoted to the position of athletic director, the school district announced Thursday. “It's a dream come true to be named as the athletic director at a place that I have called home for so long,” Wright said. “I appreciate the confidence administrators have...

Four to be inducted into Oklahoma Officials Association Hall of Fame

Apr 21, 2016
The Oklahoma Officials Association announced four new inductees for its Hall of Fame this summer, including a basketball official from the final girls 6-on-6 basketball game in state history. The inductees include Phil Anderson of Lawton, Tom Clayton of Muskogee, Jerry Smith of Yuma, Ariz., and Paul Wilson of Norman. They will be inducted at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 23 during the OOA Summer...

Oklahoma football: Wide receiver John Humphrey announces he will transfer

Apr 20, 2016
NORMAN — Oklahoma redshirt freshman wide receiver John Humphrey has decided to transfer, he announced Wednesday afternoon on his Twitter account. The news comes as a big surprise considering the big opportunity available for all the receivers on Oklahoma’s roster entering 2016. The speedy Humphrey spent last season redshirting, but was valuable each week as he always portrayed the upcoming...

Oklahoma football: Kyler Murray, Austin Kendall give fans a preview of the 2017 quarterback battle in spring game

Apr 9, 2016
NORMAN — As Oklahoma players ran onto the field for the fourth offensive series of Saturday's spring game, public address announcer Jim Miller delivered news that caused the 42,436 fans in attendance to roar. “Now at quarterback, Kyler Murray!” The Texas A&M transfer took his first public snap in a Sooner uniform, kept the ball on a zone-read play and sprinted 25 yards down the field before...

Oklahoma football: Sooners pick up commitment from three-star athlete Grant Calcaterra

Apr 7, 2016
NORMAN — Oklahoma picked up its 12th commitment for its 2017 recruiting class Thursday evening with Grant Calcaterra’s verbal pledge. Calcaterra announced his commitment on Twitter. He is ranked as a three-star athlete by Rivals.com, although he is projected as a wide receiver/tight end. Calcaterra currently plays at Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif....

Oklahoma football: Student assistants work long, unpaid hours in pursuit of a dream

Apr 6, 2016
Currently, there are three OU student assistants — Matt Foster, K.C. Gundy and Joe Castiglione Jr. — but NCAA rules place no limits on the number of such volunteers allowed at each school.

Corey Wilson's annual 'Ball for a Cause' OU alumni game moving from hardwood to the softball diamond

Apr 5, 2016
In each of the past three Aprils, “Ball for a Cause” was a charity basketball game featuring former Sooner football players that was played the night before the OU spring game.

Oklahoma football walk-on Najee Bissoon shines in a different arena at the State Capitol

Apr 4, 2016
NORMAN — Right after Oklahoma spring football practices ended last Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, junior walk-on Najee Bissoon showered, changed clothes and rushed out the door. There was legislation to be drafted, amended and debated. Bissoon was among OU’s participants in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature (OIL) at the Oklahoma State Capitol last week from Wednesday through Sunday. OIL...

OU football: Former Penn State receiver the latest addition to Sooners' impressive transfer list

Apr 3, 2016
NORMAN — After Geno Lewis made the decision to leave Penn State and play his final college football season elsewhere, Oklahoma began emerging as his best option. So he placed a phone call to Justin Brown, another wide receiver who made that exact move less than four years ago. “He told me that Coach Stoops was really good to him,” Lewis said. “He said he's gonna give you all the...

Why fans love Sooners star Buddy Hield

Apr 1, 2016
During a week in which the Final Four is front and center, the sports world is fawning over Buddy. His skill. His smile. His shot. Fans love all of that, but when we asked fans to tell us what they loved most, a NewsOK.com survey tilted heavily toward two characteristics.

Ryan Spangler gives Oklahoma an inside presence in run to Final Four

Apr 1, 2016
It’s easy to overlook Ryan Spangler amid Oklahoma’s hail of three-point shots, but if you’ve ever banged bodies with the Sooners power forward under the basket, he probably left a mark. One that was black and blue.“He relishes being a tough guy,” Oklahoma assistant coach Steve Henson said of Spangler, a 6-foot-8, 234-pound senior who helped the Sooners win last week’s NCAA West Regional in...

1971 Final Four in Houston a memorable trip for the Perry basketball team

Mar 31, 2016
The Final Four arrives in Houston this week for the third time. NRG Stadium, which you knew as Reliant Stadium when it opened in 2002, also hosted the 2011 Final Four, won by Connecticut. Houston’s first experience hosting the Final Four was in 1971, when UCLA beat Villanova for the championship. Reader Dave Fisher of Perry sent me a great story about those days. I thought it was worth...