Analyzing the finer points of Oklahoma's 24-19 loss to Kansas State: • The Sooners nearly suffered another disastrous turnover in the third quarter. As jet back Roy Finch came in front of Landry Jones in motion, Jones took the snap and heaved it Finch's way.
about 2008 days ago | Brandon Chatmon and Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
In his first game back as coordinator of the Oklahoma defense, Mike Stoops was pleased with the overall performance. Despite giving up 177 yards on the ground to tailback Nathan Jeffery, the Sooners kept UTEP out of the end zone.
about 2028 days ago | Jake Trotter and Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
It wasn't pretty, but it was a win. Oklahoma began its 2012 season with a 24-7 victory over UTEP at Sun Bowl Stadium on Saturday night. Some questions were answered and some questions arose while everyone agrees the Sooners have work to do if they plan to compete for a national championship this fall.
about 2029 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
NORMAN, Okla. -- Gabe Lynn and Julian Wilson, two players that saw little action last year, figure to be a big part of the Sooners defense in 2012. Lynn has beaten out Wilson for the starting nickelback job, but Wilson is expected to come in as the dime back when the Sooners go to six defensive back sets.
about 2033 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
At the advent of two-a-days, defensive coordinator Mike Stoops lauded Oklahoma's depth at linebacker. Nothing in the last three weeks has changed his mind. After starters Tom Wort and Corey Nelson, the Sooners have been using seniors Jaydan Bird and Joseph Ibiloye.
about 2034 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Our official list of the Big 12's top 25 players entering the 2012 season marches on. Here's more on my criteria for who makes it, who doesn't and who lands where. The official list is locked away in a vault in an undisclosed location, but we'll be revealing one player a day leading up to the season.
about 2047 days ago | David Ubben | Oklahoma Sooners
NORMAN, Okla. -- Two years ago, Bob Stoops called weak-side linebacker Corey Nelson the defensive MVP of the spring. But this past spring, Nelson was anything but. He didn't even start the spring game, despite the graduation of Travis Lewis.
about 2050 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners