(by Allen Kenney) Before the 2019 season, Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables traveled to Ames, Iowa, to study Iowa State’s “3-3-3” defense. Cyclones defensive coordinator Jon Heacock devised the scheme as an antidote to the high-powered spread offenses dominating the Big 12...read more from the Crimson and Cream Machine
(by John E. Hoover) NORMAN -- Long-time Oklahoma football fans might have been caught off guard. For that matter, some players were, too. When the Sooners last played at Memorial Stadium, it marked the debut of OU’s new LED light system. When players reached the end zone...read more from AllSooners
(by Josh Callaway) NORMAN -- Under the microscope in the early part of the season, the Oklahoma offensive line delivered their strongest performance of the year in last Saturday’s dismantling of Nebraska. Against a Cornhuskers defense that was simply outmatched, the Sooners ran...read more from AllSooners

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(by Chip Rouse) Asked during his regular weekly press conference on Tuesday, Oklahoma football head coach Brent Venables was asked if he stays in touch with former Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder. The OU head coach said he texted his former head coach and mentor in...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Ross Lovelace) NORMAN -- Oklahoma freshman linebacker Jaren Kanak was thrown into the fire last Saturday, and probably played about as well as he could. The Hays, KS, product turned his playing time into 10 total tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in OU’s win...read more from AllSooners
No. 6/6 Oklahoma (3-0, 0-0) plays its first Big 12 Conference game of the Brent Venables head coaching era when its hosts Kansas State (2-1, 0-0) on Saturday at 7 p.m. CT at Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman. The game will be televised by FOX with Jason Benetti...read more from SoonerSports.com
(by Bryant Crews) After sprinting through their non-conference schedule relatively easily, 2022 Oklahoma Sooners set its sights squarely on ascending to the top of the Big 12. The climb starts on Saturday with a home game against a Kansas State team that’s been far from...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Ben Dackiw) The Boz is a big fan of the direction Brent Venables is taking the Oklahoma Sooners on the defensive side of the ball. Brian Bosworth, the two-time Butkus Award winning linebacker and member of the 1985 national champion Sooners, has always had a lot to say...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Bob Przybylo) It was an interesting way for Oklahoma offensive tackle Wanya Morris to describe his season debut last week at Nebraska. He said he had a lot to release, and boy did he ever do just that against the Huskers to help the Sooners to the dominant 49-14 victory...read more from the SoonerScoop