Tag: Lee Morris

Oklahoma Sooners | January 3, 2020

Oklahoma Football | UCLA Transfer Theo Howard Could Fill Void In Receiving Corps

Oklahoma’s receiving corps is deep and talented…but inexperienced. The graduations of Nick Basquine, A.D. Miller, and Lee Morris, along with the early departure of CeeDee Lamb to the NFL, leaved […]

Oklahoma Sooners | October 20, 2019

Oklahoma 52 – West Virginia 14 | Notes & Quotes

“We don’t know what the ceiling is, no one knows. How we get to it, our peak, is going out there every day and practicing hard. I’ll say it again, having the right intent and approach to what we do, being eager, essentially starving for an opportunity to play. We just got to have that factor about us, we have to be hungry for every opportunity
that we have and go out there and take advantage of our opportunities.”

Oklahoma Sooners | November 5, 2018

West Texas Turnaround | A Closer Look At Kyler Murray’s Historic Night In Lubbock

Two of Murray’s first four passes were picked off, which not only electrified the tortilla-trowing West Texas crowd, but also put the Sooners in a 14-0 hole on the road. However, Texas Tech was about to learn the hard way that the most dangerous thing you can do in a football game is to put the ball in Kyler Murray’s hands.  

Oklahoma Sooners | November 3, 2018

Oklahoma Rebounds From Shaky Start For 51-46 Win At Texas Tech

Murray settled in to lead Oklahoma on four consecutive scoring drives, cutting the 14-point deficit to just three at the half (31-28). Murray was 12-of-20 for 208 yards and two touchdowns in the first thirty minutes. He also accounted for 72 yards and a score on the ground, leading OU to 390 total first half yards. 

Oklahoma Sooners | September 2, 2018

Position Grades | Oklahoma’s Offense Shines Against Florida Atlantic

The Sooners made a believer out on Lane Kiffin on Saturday for sure. “I’ll be shocked if that team isn’t playing in the playoffs,” the Florida Atlantic coach told reporters. While Kiffin gave praise for Oklahoma’s improved defense, he also showed appreciation towards Lincoln Riley’s offense for lifting Kyler Murray early.