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Photo by Daniel Dunn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Texas A&M fans get mad, sad, then accept the future. After a few days of exciting conference realignment talk, I thought it would be fun to look back on the message boards of an opposing fan base to see how they were taking it. What awaits you […]
It is well documented that some of the best teams in college football every year reside in the Southeastern Conference. Should that matter to an Oklahoma football brand that has pretty much had its way in the Big 12 for the last 20-plus years? That is one of the baffling questions surrounding the purported move […]
Oklahoma football kept its string going of having at least one player named to every preseason individual award watch list when the preseason watch list for the 2021 Mackey Award came out on Friday. So far this week, the candidate list of seven of the 16 NCAA national individual award categories have been announced. Representing […]
Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images OU and Texas appear destined for the SEC. Texas A&M apparently wasn’t involved in the discussions. Happy Friday, friends and fans! Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you likely have heard all about how the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns are currently at the forefront of the college sports […]
The 2021 Oklahoma football roster is deep with talented receivers, and two from that group are on the preseason watch list for this season’s Biletnikoff Award. Sophomore Marvin Mims and senior transfer Mike Woods are among 51 receivers from college teams around the country who are in early consideration for the Biletnikoff Award, which annually […]
July is typically a slow burn in college football news just a month or so ahead of the kickoff of a new season. But yesterday’s Oklahoma football news was a bombshell with aftershocks felt around the college football world. The Houston Chronicle broke the story Wednesday afternoon that Oklahoma and Texas were in discussion with […]