(by John E. Hoover) Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione let everyone know what he’s thinking on Thursday -- on a number of important topics. Joe C. did a radio interview with Voice of the Sooners Toby Rowland Thursday morning on KREF and, among other things, gave Sooner Nation his...read more from AllSooners
(by Chip Rouse) The future can be a scary thing, but if you’re an Oklahoma football fan, it can mean even higher prestige for a program that knows how to compete and has had its share of time in the national spotlight. Now that we have an official stake in the ground on when the Sooners will...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by John E. Hoover) NORMAN -- He’s got a new wide receiver, several new tight ends and a couple of offensive linemen to get to know. But one of the first guys from the NCAA Transfer Portal that Oklahoma quarterback Dillon Gabriel wanted to meet plays defense. Of course, Gabriel has already met...read more from AllSooners
(by Bob Przybylo) It happened so quickly that maybe some forgot. Or there was almost literally zero drama in the process that it could get overlooked. But make no mistake about it. When talking about the biggest transfer portal decisions, former Indiana linebacker Dasan McCullough picking...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Jesse Crittenden) There was a lot going on when then-Oklahoma tight end Austin Stogner first entered the NCAA Transfer Portal in December 2021. Lincoln Riley had bolted for USC, bringing several Oklahoma assistant coaches with him. Several OU players entered the transfer portal...read more from the OUInsider
(by John Williams) After a freshman season where he was used sparingly, Jalil Farooq experienced a breakout season of sorts in 2022. As a runner and a receiver, he showed a penchant for big plays and hard running, giving the Sooners someone who could win in the screen game, taking a reverse...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by Bryant Crews) Brent Venables and his staff committed to ensuring the results of the 2022 season would not be replicated in 2023. He and the Sooners’ staff were hyperactive in the transfer portal, and they closed their 2023 recruiting class on a significant high note by securing the services...read more from the Sooners Wire
(by John E. Hoover) NORMAN -- Jacob Lacey graduated from Notre Dame in just three years. He’s now enrolled in the MBA program at Oklahoma. He knew what he wanted when he left South Bend for Norman. “I think I was still looking very much for academics,” Lacey said last week. “ ...read more from AllSooners
(by Chip Rouse) The 2022 NFL season now officially over, attention turns to the NFL Draft and who will go where, including several former Oklahoma football players who aspire to careers at the next level. As in practically every year, a handful of Oklahoma Sooners have a good chance of...read more from Stormin' in Norman
(by Jesse Crittenden) Soon after arriving on campus, incoming OU freshman running back Daylan Smothers knew what jersey number he wanted -- No. 7. Why? It’s the jersey number of former OU running back DeMarco Murray, who had a successful playing career with the Sooners and the Dallas Cowboys...read more from the OUInsider