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Tag: Joe Mixon

Oklahoma Sooners | April 27, 2019

Rodney Anderson’s Long Road Back Goes Through Cincinnati

Anderson suffered not one, not two, but three season-ending knee injuries while at Oklahoma. When healthy though he was something special. He carried the ball an even 200 times for the Sooners, with an average of 6.4 yards per carry, and caught 17 passes for an average of 16.5 yards per catch.

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Oklahoma Sooners | June 27, 2018

Expectations Won’t Change In Norman. Sooners Are Still Kings Of The Conference

Oklahoma has become than standard in the Big 12 Conference to which other teams try to measure up to. Even the most prideful of programs, like Texas, are hoping to stack up to OU’s level of success. Perhaps they won’t admit it publicly but October 6th was the first date Longhorn fans checked when their schedule was released. The first thing every other fanbase did in the conference was check to see when they played the Sooners as well.

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 | April 29, 2017

Joe Mixon Selected 48th Overall

Despite all of the controversy around Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon, the Cincinnati Bengals selected him with the 48th overall pick. Mixon is the first player from the Sooners to be selected in this years draft. Only a total of four teams said they would consider drafting Mixon, and the Bengals happened to be one of them.

Oklahoma Sooners | April 27, 2017

2017 NFL Draft Prediction | RB Joe Mixon

Joe Mixon came to Oklahoma touted as one of the top running backs in the country. Once he made the field, following a one-year suspension, he certainly wasn’t a disappointment […]