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Tag: Baker Mayfield

Oklahoma Sooners | October 12, 2018

Colin Cowherd’s Argument Against Baker Mayfield Isn’t Based On Logic Or Stats

The problem is that he looked at Mayfield’s emotion and not his play when he applied the label. Not only was the Heisman winner draftable, he went #1 overall to the Cleveland Browns. What was obvious to NFL execs, scouts, and Joe Fan was completely over Cowherd’s head because he made the same mistake that he judged Baker Mayfield for, he’s acting out of emotion.

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Oklahoma Sooners | August 30, 2018

Baker Mayfield Plants Flag At Nissan Heisman House

Baker Mayfield is back at it again with the… During the 2018 Heisman race one player ruffled the feathers of opposing fanbases more than any other. Of course, it was […]

Oklahoma Sooners | August 21, 2018

Sooners Top Big 12 Preseason Power Rankings

Game week is quickly approaching, which brings us to our final preseason rankings. This week we’re releasing our consensus power rankings as we head into the season. We’re at a […]

Oklahoma Sooners | August 9, 2018

Baker Mayfield Shines In Cleveland’s Preseason Debut

Thursday night wasn’t about talking, it was about playing football, and the former Heisman Trophy winner and top pick in the draft put on the type of show Oklahoma fans had grown used to seeing. 

Oklahoma Sooners | July 4, 2018

2018 Big 12 Football Position Rankings | Quarterbacks

What’s fascinating about Big 12 quarterbacks is that there are more unsettled battles at the position than perhaps any summer of the last 10 years. That leads to a lot of, “I just don’t know” moments. 

Oklahoma Sooners | June 21, 2018

Ready To Run! Rodney Anderson Looks To Become The Focal Point Of Oklahoma’s Offense

Junior running back Rodney Anderson has only played one complete season at Oklahoma. It was a heck of a season though! The Katy, Texas native paced the Sooners with 960 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns. His average of 5.9 yards per carry was enough to feel the temptation of the NFL Draft but admittedly he still has some work to do in Norman.

Oklahoma Sooners | June 1, 2018

Oklahoma Isn’t Rebuilding The Offense, They’re Reloading It

The only thing that Oklahoma fans have seen from the offense since the arrival of Lincoln Riley is steady improvement. In 2015, Riley’s first year, the Sooners averaged 43.5 points per game. Over the course of the next two seasons Oklahoma’s offense would progress to where they led all Power 5 schools in points per game in 2017.