Author: M. Hofeld

Just a guy trying to live the dream.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 22, 2018

Oklahoma 28 – Army 21 | Where Did The Offense Go?

We knew that stopping Army’s triple-option offensive attack was going to be a chore for Oklahoma but, come on, that was just ridiculous. The Black Knights dominated the time of […]


Oklahoma Sooners | September 21, 2018

Army Brings Stability At Quarterback Against Sooners

Kelvin Hopkins Jr. is leading the Black Knights not only in passing but in rushing yards as well. The junior signal caller has scored three rushing touchdowns this season and is averaging nearly 70 yards per game on the ground. More impressively, what he’s doing through the air is rewriting the Army playbook a little bit.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 20, 2018

Week Four Big 12 Power Rankings | Pokes Are Surging!

Week three of the college football season provided both huge opportunity and huge disappointment for the Big 12. Oklahoma State and Texas came out as big winners in their marquee match-ups, but TCU was out of their league against Ohio State and West Virginia didn’t get to play due to the hurricane.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 11, 2018

Sooners Offer 2020 Seattle 5-Star Linebacker

Oklahoma’s defensive revival is starting to gain national attention thanks to strong showings against Florida Atlantic and UCLA to start the season. Trying to capitalize on a new wave of momentum, the Sooners sent our an offer to 2020 5-star linebacker Sav’ell Smalls on Tuesday. 

Oklahoma Sooners | September 10, 2018

Nevelle Gallimore Is A Destroyer Of Men!

It really isn’t our goal to keep doing weekly features on Oklahoma defensive tackle Nevelle Gallimore, but as long as he keeps punishing opponents we feel obligated to show it.

Oklahoma State Cowboys | September 10, 2018

Unpopular Opinion |Oklahoma State Is About To Get Exposed

Boise State is already road tested on the season and is matching Oklahoma State stride for stride against better competition. They’ve seen the same film we have, but they’re going to recognize the opportunity that’s been there in the midst of OSU’s success.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 9, 2018

Oklahoma Running Back Rodney Anderson Out For The Season

Arguably the best running back in the country, Anderson had already missed his freshman season, after suffering a broken leg against Tennessee in 2015, and then missed the 2016 season after injuring his neck in fall camp.