The Sooners lost their top three players from 2012 -- QB Landry Jones, WR Kenny Stills and S Tony Jefferson -- but still have talent to compete for a Big 12 title in 2013.
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.
The win last week at UTEP was anything but an affirmation of the Sooners' promising season, but Bob Stoops and his players realize that they can't hang the season's outcome on that first game.
The Oklahoma Sooners' Cali trio think it's 'crazy' for them to be blamed for OU's late season struggles.
The Sooners entered the weekend with a chance to capture their eighth Big 12 title. They exited with their biggest Bedlam defeat since 1945.
The Sooners need a lot of help to get to the national title game after the latest BCS standings put Alabama at No. 3
Under Bob Stoops, the Sooners have dropped back-to-back regular season games only once
Can the Sooners correct their red zone problems again Texas Tech?
Oklahoma QB Landry Jones will face two Red River Rivalry newcomers Saturday in David Ash and Case McCoy. History has proven experience matters in OU-Texas.
Inexperience and disappointing play riddled the OU receiving corps in 2009. Now experience and explosive production promise this season is a new chapter.