NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma's special teams units have had their ups-and-downs in the past five years. Multiple kickers on scholarship and shoddy coverage teams left lasting images in the minds of Sooners fans.
about 1685 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
After recruiting them for several months, Oklahoma's coaching staff finally was able to talk publicly about the players the Sooners added to the program on signing day. Over the next week or so, SoonerNation will review some of the key things coaches had to say about the players signed at each position group during their signing day webcast on Soonersports.
about 1712 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Three keys for Oklahoma in tonight's AT&T Cotton Bowl against Texas A&M: 1. Protect Landry Jones, and the ball: When the Sooners have kept Jones upright, he's been lethal throwing the ball to a quartet of playmaking receivers.
about 1780 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Nobody cares about special teams until they cost you a game and then they become a major factor. Fortunately for Oklahoma, that hasn't been a issue this season, as the Sooners special teams have more than held their own.
about 1858 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Throughout the 2012 season, SoonerNation will look at five different storylines that could have a major impact in Oklahoma's upcoming game each Thursday. Here are the storylines as the Sooners host Kansas State at 6:50 p.
about 1886 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Each week, SoonerNation will update how Oklahoma players mentioned on preseason award watch lists fared in their most recent game. Here is what transpired in the opener against UTEP: QB Landry Jones, Sr.
about 1902 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
New season, new mailbag. As Oklahoma opens its 2012 campaign against UTEP on Saturday, SoonerNation debuts its combined mailbag which is your opportunity to get your team and recruiting questions answered each week.
about 1906 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners