Author Archive | Josh Helmer


Schooling Spaces

Campus Lodge Apartment Community Undergoes Upgrades by Lindsay Cuomo Apartment living is an integral part of a college community, and OU students have a variety of complexes to choose from. Campus Lodge joined the east Norman landscape in 2004 and has been operated by The Collier Companies, one of the largest privately-owned, student-housing providers in […]

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STRONG -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Bennie Wylie -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)

Strong Performance

New OU Strength Coach Brings Fresh Spirit to Sooner Football by Chris Plank A lot has changed in the Sooner football program over the past year, including the addition of Bennie Wylie as the new director of sports performance. In his short time in charge of the strength program, Wylie has made an immediate impact […]

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Center of Attention

Barry Switzer Center Expansion Adds More Luster to Storied Program by Jeff Provine The new south end zone addition at the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium added 1,800 new seats, but some of its most impressive renovations are tucked away beneath the stands. The Barry Switzer Center is now open to visitors. On April 24, […]

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Normanite in the Spotlight: Zac Selmon

by Catherine Poslusny If you follow football at all, chances are you’ve heard of the Selmons. The family’s impressive history with both Sooner football and the NFL is enough to make any outsider think that the Selmons probably live and breathe sports. All it takes is a few minutes of talking with University of Oklahoma […]

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Goat Tee

Caddy Shack Humor Leads to Unique Golf Clothing Brand, Goat Ranch Golf by Tegan Burkhard When Eric Dissell, Sean Simpson and Josh Simpson get together, its hard to know when the fun ends, and when work begins. The three guys love golf, and they used to spend hours together at Westwood Golf Course, but they […]

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Drake Stoops stays home, picks OU

After a record-breaking career at Norman North, standout wide receiver Drake Stoops elected to stay home committed to the Oklahoma Sooners as a preferred walk-on. He chose OU over offers from Air Force, Arkansas State, Memphis, Ohio, Western Kentucky, Youngstown State and Iowa. Stoops announced his decision via Twitter with the post titled “The Next Chapter.” […]

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