This week, we've been examining the most indispensable player for every team in the Big 12. In other words, who is the player each team could least afford to lose to injury? We're knocking on wood before we turn in these posts; so no need to worry about a jinx.
about 1974 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Since last week we've been examining at thestrongest and weakest position groupsfor each Big 12 team going into the fall. We continue with the Oklahoma Sooners: Strongest position: Defensive line Pretty obvious choice here for Oklahoma, considering how this unit played in its greatest test yet against Alabama.
about 1978 days ago | Max Olson | Oklahoma Sooners
Our 2014 Big 12 recruiting draft concludes with Round 3. Earlier this afternoon we posted Round 1 and Round 2. 1. Kansas -- RB Donte Thomas-Williams Signed with: West Virginia Brandon Chatmon: I was tempted to go with WR Allen Lazard here but Thomas-Williams is just too tempting to pass up, particularly for a Jayhawks squad that is losing James Sims, a four-year mainstay at running back.
about 1989 days ago | ESPN.com staff | Texas Longhorns
Spring football provides the opportunity for players to put themselves in the driver's seat when it comes to position battles. Several Oklahoma Sooners will have the chance to make a statement and make themselves the favorite to start or become a significant contributor during spring drills with several starting spots open heading into 2014.
about 2060 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Spring football is just over the horizon. Oklahoma is coming off a banner 2013 campaign featuring an 11-win season and a Sugar Bowl victory over SEC power Alabama, yet the Sooners have several position groups they need to address if they hope to make a national title run in 2014.
about 2073 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here. Nationally (and Big 12) Oklahoma addressed many needs with its top-15 recruiting class, and that certainly includes the tight end position.
about 2073 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
In the next few weeks leading into signing day it's a great time to take a position-by-position glance at Oklahoma's returning roster. This series, called State of the Position, will look at the playmakers, up-and-comers and current commitments or targets at each position for the Sooners as recruiting really heats up before signing day on Feb.
about 2102 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners