The injury bug has hit Norman, Okla. this spring. Oklahoma will be without several players during its spring game on Saturday but none of the injuries are major. Nickelback Julian Wilson, defensive lineman Rashod Favors, defensive tackle Quincy Russell, receiver Sterling Shepard, receiver Durron Neal, tight end Blake Bell, guard Adam Shead, tackle Tyrus Thompson, guard Nila Kasitati and guard Tyler Evans will miss the action due to various injuries but none of them require surgery and head coach Bob Stoops said he expects all of them to return after a short hiatus.
about 1346 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
During the summer months, SoonerNation will take a closer look at each player on Oklahoma's roster in our Crimson Countdown series. Each day, we will analyze each player's impact on the program since arriving on campus, his potential impact this fall and his long-term impact.
about 1633 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Each week SoonerNation recruiting writers Bob Przybylo and Brandon Chatmon will face off on one issue regarding Oklahoma recruiting. This week's question: OU has some work to do to close out its 2013 class, and some of it might not have a fix with this year's cycle.
about 1785 days ago | Bob Przybylo and Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
There was a different feeling for three-star offensive tackle Christian Daimler (Houston/Stratford) walking around the Oklahoma campus this weekend. It wasn't his first time, but it was a much better time.
about 1796 days ago | Bob Przybylo | On The Trail: Midlands Region
NORMAN, Okla. -- Through two games, the Sooners have played nine true freshmen: wide receivers Trey Metoyer, Sterling Shepard and Durron Neal, tight end Taylor McNamara, center Ty Darlington, defensive ends Mike Onuoha and Charles Tapper, linebacker Eric Striker and cornerback Gary Simon.
about 1921 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
SoonerNation writer Jake Trotter chatted with readers on Monday about Oklahoma football and recruiting. Here's the full transcript. If you didn't get your question answered, send it to the SoonerNation mailbag.
about 1949 days ago | SoonerNation staff | Oklahoma Sooners
Oklahoma's recruiting class is quickly rounding into shape as the Sooners continue to address critical needs for the class of 2013. Offensive tackle Matt Beyer (San Antonio/Reagan) picked the Sooners over Oregon, Oklahoma State, Baylor and others on Monday.
about 1992 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
The deepest position on Oklahoma's team is not wide receiver, quarterback or linebacker. It's the interior of the offensive line. What Oklahoma has: The Sooners possess an embarrassment of riches at guard and center.
about 2117 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Offensive line coach James Patton weighs in on Oklahoma's offensive lineman signing class: • G John Michael McGee: "John Michael McGee is a freak athletically. He's not as big as Trent Williams, but in terms of a linemen who can move and bend and has quickness and agility - we saw him on tape and they threw a tackle screen to him and he walked in for a touchdown.
about 2142 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners