NORMAN -- For the 20th time in the last 22 years, the Oklahoma football team is ranked in the Associated Press preseason top 10. The AP released its preseason top 25 Monday morning and OU is ranked No. 9. The Sooners, who are entering their first season under head coach Brent...read more from SoonerSports.com
(by John Williams) As the Oklahoma Sooners prepare to enter the first season under head coach Brent Venables, Dillon Gabriel is the man charged with leading the offense. Gabriel has the experience and the ability to be one of the best quarterbacks in college football...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Bob Przybylo) It was a fitting way of explaining things by Mustang (Okla.) High football coach Lee Blankenship, setting the stage for the announcement of star athlete Jacobe Johnson. With almost the entire Mustang community in attendance, Johnson fulfilled a childhood dream...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Ryan Chapman) NORMAN -- Asking a freshman to come in and contribute along the offensive line is a tall task. Oklahoma is no different, as the Sooners only have to replace two starters from last year’s unit up front. Bill Bedenbaugh brought in experienced guard McKade Mettauer to...read more from All Sooners
(by Chip Rouse) There are hated teams in every sport, mostly because of dynasty status and the fact that they seemingly win all the time. There are probably plenty of teams and fans in the Big 12 Conferences that feel that way about the Oklahoma football program. The staff at 247Sports...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Joey Helmer) NORMAN, Okla. -- What a week it's been for Sooner Nation. After Cale Gundy resigned from his wide receivers coach post exactly seven days ago, Monday started off with the first look at the team without the longtime assistant in 23 years...read more from the OUInsider
(by Allen Kenney) It was the penultimate game of the 2021 regular season for the Oklahoma Sooners, and they had spent that particular November afternoon futzing around with the Iowa State Cyclones. Nursing a 21-14 lead with seven minutes and 26 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter...read more from the Crimson and Cream Machine
(by John E. Hoover) NORMAN -- Speed can’t be taught. That’s why Oklahoma freshman Gavin Sawchuk might be in line for some significant playing time in 2022. “Elite speed,” said OU running backs coach DeMarco Murray. “So, you know, we’re gonna have some fun with him...read more from All Sooners
(by Ryan Chapman) NORMAN -- Oklahoma went hunting for experience in the transfer portal. While Brent Venables and Jeff Lebby did an excellent job of preventing a mass exodus via the portal, the Sooners still lost a combined 147 starts along both lines of scrimmage to the NFL...read more from All Sooners
(by Parker Thune) The quiet Oklahoma town of Rush Springs is home to twelve hundred people, and its lone claim to fame is its unofficial title as the "Watermelon Capital of the World." Every year, it hosts the annual Rush Springs Watermelon Festival, which regularly attracts tens of thousands...read more from the OUInsider