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Tag: Creed Humphrey

Oklahoma Sooners | January 28, 2019

Oklahoma Football Fans Should Get Familiar With RJ Proctor

Oklahoma has found a replacement for Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray in Alabama transfer Jalen Hurts but how they’re going to replace offensive linemen still remains a bit of a mystery.

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Oklahoma Sooners | January 9, 2019

Let Oklahoma’s Offensive Line Rebuild Begin

With four spots open along the offensive line, expect the competition to be strong from the spring through the summer. Here are four names to keep an eye on as early favorites to win a starting spot.

Oklahoma Sooners | January 7, 2019

Oklahoma’s Creed Humphrey Named To 2018 FWAA Freshman All-America Team

A 6-5/325 redshirt freshman from Shawnee, OK, Humphrey won the starting center position over senior Jonathan Alvarez. Over the course of the season his toughness and tenacity were put on display each weekend leaving no doubt who the vocal leader and anchor of the offensive line will be in 2019.

Oklahoma Sooners | November 16, 2018

Game Day Injury Report | Oklahoma Down To Emergency Plan At Center

News broke earlier in the month that backup center Jonathan Alvarez was retiring from the game due to injuries. Last week the Sooners lost their new back up center when Alex Dalton suffered his third torn ACL since arriving on campus. This puts Oklahoma in a precarious situation should something happen to starter Creed Humphrey. 

Oklahoma Sooners | August 15, 2018

Center Has Been The Most Competitive Position Battle In Oklahoma Football Camp

As good as the competition is between the two signal callers, that hasn’t been the best position battle of camp. According to Riley, that label goes to the center position where senior Jonathan Alvarez and redshirt freshman Creed Humphrey are pushing each other for the starting job. 

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.

Oklahoma Sooners | August 9, 2016

2017 3-Star Center Flips From Aggies To Sooners

The day after Oklahoma received a commitment from a 2018 4-star quarterback the 2017 class was boosted with a commitment from a 3-star offensive linemen. Rivals has Shawnee, Oklahoma’s Creed Humphrey listed as the nation’s fifth best prospect at the center position and on Monday he decided to stay close to home to play college football.