After two seasons of mediocrity, the Sooners are back to playing championship-caliber defense. The Oklahoma way. The Mike Stoops way, too.
In Red River Rivalry history, three Oklahoma quarterbacks have gone 3-0 as starters against the Longhorns. This weekend, Landry Jones can become the fourth.
Freshman middle linebacker Frank Shannon turned heads for the Sooners against Texas Tech, but Mike Stoops says Tom Wort is still the starter.
Oklahoma hammered Texas Tech 41-20 to jump back into the Big 12 title conversation while also recapturing some of its long lost swagger heading into next week's showdown with Red River rival Texas.
Texas Tech QB Seth Doege torched OU last season. This year, Julian Wilson and the Sooners secondary feel they're better prepared.
Bob Stoops insists there's nothing spooky about playing in Lubbock, Texas. Concerning Oklahoma, the evidence suggests otherwise. The Sooners haven't beaten Texas Tech in Lubbock since 2003.
A heavy dose of confidence is what the OU offense desperately needs. And it faces a challenge this Saturday versus Texas Tech, which, statistically, has the No. 1 defensive in the nation.
When Oklahoma's new Big 12 schedule first came out, most everyone pointed to a rigid November stretch. But in reality, the three-game stretch that will determine whether the Sooners are contenders or pretenders begins this weekend.
Jake Trotter explains how the Big 12 became the premier quarterback conference
Jake Trotter grades the Sooners' performance against Texas Tech.
Against the worst statistical defense in college football, the Sooners failed to turn red zone trips into touchdowns.