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Tag: Kennedy Brooks

Oklahoma Sooners | May 21, 2019

Athlon Places Oklahoma #6 In 2019 Projections

We haven’t even made it to the month of June yet and we already have our first projections for the 2019 college football season. Athlon released their Top 25 projections on Monday with the Oklahoma Sooners coming in at #6.

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Oklahoma Sooners | January 13, 2019

The Hunt For Hurts | Why The Alabama Quarterback Would Pick Oklahoma

A former offensive coordinator could provide Hurts with some familiarity at Maryland and South Beach is always a draw for Miami but, outside of that, it’s hard to see what else those programs would hold over Oklahoma. If those truly are the options in Hurts’ final four then the Sooners should hold a sizable advantage for the following reasons.

Oklahoma Sooners | November 26, 2018

Sooners Dominate Big 12 Weekly Awards

It marked the fifth time Murray has been named Offensive Player of the Week this season, tying him with Ricky Williams (1998) for the most in a season by a single player. The Heisman finalist was 20 for 27 through the air and averaged 13.5 yards per attempt and 18.2 yards per completion, and averaged 12.7 yards per rush. 

Oklahoma Sooners | November 24, 2018

Oklahoma 59 – West Virginia 56 | Notes & Quotes

Quotes “What a college football game. I think it lived up to the billing, without a doubt. Give a lot of credit to coach Holgorsen and his team. That was […]

Oklahoma Sooners | November 23, 2018

Wild 59-56 Win Puts Oklahoma Back In Big 12 Championship Game

Kyler Murray passed for 364 yards and ran for 114 more yards, with four total touchdowns, to lead Oklahoma’s offense. Redshirt freshman Kennedy Brooks ran for a game-high 182 yards, and a score, and Marquise Brown racked up 243 yards, and two scores, on 11 catches. 

Oklahoma Sooners | November 18, 2018

Oklahoma 55 – Kansas 40 | Notes & Quotes

“It is the effort to get a guy down. We just got to be better and have to do better on tackling. We have to make sure guys are going to the ground.” – Kenneth Mann on bad tackling