Oklahoma's 10 preseason honorees are the most for any team in the conference.
Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler was named preseason All-Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year on Wednesday, while nine other Sooners and tw…
Mims had a team-high 37 catches last season. His nine touchdown receptions were more than CeeDee Lamb’s seven TD catches in his rookie campaign.
OU wide receiver Trejan Bridges was suspended after a failed marijuana test after the Sooners beat Baylor in the 2019 Big 12 Championship game. The penalty ended up being a calendar year for Bridges, who only played in the final two games last season.
Oklahoma, like other college football programs, had to manage COVID-19 and social injustice issues before concentrating on the sport. Their perseverance paid off with a Big 12 title, Cotton Bowl victory.
Marvin Mims caught his eighth touchdown reception of the season in the second quarter. He now holds a school single-season record with eight touchdown receptions during his freshman season. He was tied with CeeDee Lamb (2017) and Mark Andrews (2015).
Sooners QB Spencer Rattler needs help from his talented yet relatively unproven pass catchers to manage OSU's steely defense
Presley hasn’t gotten a ton of action this year, but his 9-yard touchdown run that scored OSU’s only offensive TD in the 20-18 win at Kansas State showed his ability to make things happen with space.
Mims, a freshman wide receiver, is drawing attention as the team’s most important playmaker.
Oklahoma is coming off their first complete game following the TCU win. Can they keep that momentum going?
Trejan Bridges, Ronnie Perkins and Rhamondre Stevenson now have missed six games, which is equal to a penalty for a failed drug test by the NCAA.
Here are three things we learned about the Sooners' 33-14 victory over TCU on Saturday.
FORT WORTH, Texas — Simply put, Oklahoma needed a game like this.
The idea here is to appreciate this version of OU offense for what it can do right now, and to anticipate what it might do in the future.
T.J. Pledger has put back-to-back 100-yard rushing games together.
Big plays, players and matchups from Sooners' game in Fort Worth
Oklahoma opened the 2020 season with a strong offensive and defensive performance.
Perhaps the biggest surprise is Anton Harrison, a 6-5, 334-pound true freshman who is scheduled to get the start at left tackle.
Wide receivers coach Dennis Simmons has confidence that his young position group will make big contributions this season.
There was a minor surprise and a major one on Wednesday.
While there isn’t much flash like last season, which drew four five-star players on offense, this year’s recruiting class focused on the offensive and defensive lines.