(by Ryan Chapman) Oklahoma’s first road test of the season will come inside a once-familiar stadium. Brent Venables’ No. 6-ranked Sooners are making their first trip to Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium for the first time since 2009, and OU will be entering an odd atmosphere...read more from AllSooners
(by Mason Young) “This is gonna hit home.” That’s what Brent Venables told linebacker Rufus Alexander and the rest of his OU defense in the week of practice before an October 2005, trip to Lincoln for a showdown with Nebraska. The then Oklahoma-defensive coordinator’s preparation was...read more from the OU Daily
(by Douglas Miles) As Oklahoma football embarks on Saturday’s visit to Lincoln, Neb. – the first for the Sooners since 2009 – we look back at the five greatest wins for the Sooners inside the home of the rival Nebraska Cornhuskers. For all of Oklahoma’s football success over the...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Connor Pasby) The Sooners and Cornhuskers continue the best rivalry in college football this Saturday. Oklahoma football will travel to Lincoln for the first time since 2009. Last season, the Sooners fought for a 23-16 victory in Norman. Here are some score predictions/game breakdowns...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Bob Przybylo) Oklahoma head coach Brent Venables and offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby have been consistent in saying the only way they’re going to know who they can trust is to give that experience. It has only been two games, but it sure feels like freshman running back Jovantae...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Jack Shields) There has been no shortage of storylines regarding the Oklahoma Sooners’ opponent, and here to discuss it all is Andy Ketterson of Corn Nation. We cover the coaching search, Casey Thompson, things to do in Lincoln and much more regarding the Nebraska Cornhuskers...read more from the Crimson and Cream Machine

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(by John E. Hoover) John Hoover If the newness of being on the road for the first time this year doesn’t get in their heads early, Oklahoma will have success against the Nebraska defense. Look for big plays from Marvin Mims and especially for tight end Brayden Willis over theread more from AllSooners
(by John E. Hoover) Manage the Environment For a team that has portrayed as largely inexperienced — some 40 percent of the roster has never played in an OU uniform, he says — playing in their first road game of the season on Saturday presents a real challenge. “You've just got...read more from AllSooners
(by Mason Young) OU revealed on Thursday it has created a committee to manage the internal and external needs of the university as it prepares to enter the Southeastern Conference by 2025. Eric Stevenson, the OU Board of Regents chair overseeing administration and operations...read more from the OU Daily