There is no shortage of top visitors coming to Oklahoma for Saturday's showdown with fifth-ranked Notre Dame. From the official visitors to the unofficial visitors, recruits are coming from all over the country to visit Norman, Okla.
about 1973 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
It didn't take long for Mike Stoops to return to Oklahoma and target the top defensive backs for the 2013 class. Stoops was aggressive in going after them in the spring and summer and it has paid off now in the fall.
about 1975 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
It's about 900 miles from South Bend, Ind., to Norman, Okla., but that doesn't mean Notre Dame and Oklahoma don't wage battles on the recruiting trail. Even though OU has tried to make a bigger imprint in the Midwest, none of the intense competitions between the Irish and Sooners are with Midwest recruits for the class of 2013.
about 1976 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
If Oklahoma's game against Notre Dame comes even remotely close to duplicating that feeling from the 2000 game against No. 1 Nebraska, it's going to be a magical weekend on the field and on the recruiting trail.
Every year Oklahoma and Texas take center stage in October for the Red River Rivalry game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. And just as important as the game on the field, is the game on the recruiting trail between the Sooners and Longhorns.
about 1987 days ago | Bob Przybylo and William Wilkerson and Max Olson | Texas Longhorns
After a commitment drought that lasted nearly four full months, Texas landed a much-needed pledge on Monday morning from four-star Livingston, Texas, athlete Chevoski Collins. The ESPN 300 prospect was among the hardest Texas targets to get a read on throughout his recruitment.