Kendal Thompson remains the most overlooked candidate in the battle for the Sooners' starting quarterback job. But he has an outside shot to supplant Blake Bell this spring.
As Oklahoma looks ahead to the Class of 2014, one thing is clear -- the Sooners need to focus on defense big-time.
Corey Nelson can't wait for Saturday.The Oklahoma linebacker knows the Sooners' game against Kansas State will challenge him unlike any game this season.
Junior college transfer Damien Williams rushed for more than 100 yards in his OU debut. And he'll be needed to contribute the rest of the season.
Last season, the most troubling part of the Sooners' blowout Bedlam loss wasn't the result but what was happening off the field.
A position-by-position look at OU's scholarship players, the scholarship breakdown is designed to give you a feel for the Sooners depth at each position, potential needs for its recruiting class and total scholarship numbers.
Oklahoma junior linebacker Corey Nelson is adjusting to his new role in the Sooners' defense under Mike Stoops and Tim Kish.
New Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops was encouraged by his unit's play in the Red-White spring football game, but stressed that there is still a ways to go.
The Oklahoma defense has allowed 16 plays of 40 yards or more this season
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Brandon Chatmon looks at the Sooners' recruiting needs for 2012.
Austin Box represented intensity, passion, excitement and toughness. Each week, an OU defender represents Box by wearing his jersey in tribute.
Oklahoma Sooners players Corey Nelson and Demontre Hurst are excited to play in their hometowns Saturday.
Brandon Chatmon breaks down the Oklahoma Sooners recruiting needs for the class fo 2013.
With the NCAA ruling defensive end Ronnell Lewis eligible, Oklahoma gets back a key piece of its defense.