Relive Oklahoma’s incredible run through the Women’s College World Series to claim its second straight national title, third in five years and fourth all time.
One day after he closed an outstanding senior season, Everette Favor earned a major Big 12 academic honor.
Eighteen seasons at the same school is like a lifetime in the life cycle of a college football head coach. Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops made the absolute most of those years as reflected in the stellar accomplishments told in the numbers that follow: .798 – Bob Stoops’ winning percentage as head coach at Oklahoma. 2 – […]
It’s not hard to imagine what the social media avalanche was like on Wednesday afternoon after the surprising announcement that Bob Stoops was stepping down from one of the elite jobs in all of college football after 18 highly successful seasons. Those closest to the winningest coach in Oklahoma football history would probably tell you, it’s because […]
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 was an historic day in Oklahoma football history, as Bob Stoops stepped down after an illustrious 18-year run as OU’s head football coach, paving the way for Lincoln Riley to take over the reins of the Sooners. Relive the day’s events with Passing the Torch, a story told through Adobe Spark. […]
It’s been 24 hours since the Bob Stoops bombshell was dropped on Norman, Okla., and spread like an enormous backdraft throughout the college football universe, and the after effects are still both shocking and sentimental. Former college and NFL coach Steve Spurrier may have put it the best, when he described the announcement of his […]