Tag: Mark Andrews

Oklahoma Sooners | September 24, 2017

Mayfield Wasn’t The Centerpiece Of Oklahoma’s Offense At Baylor…And That’s OK

Which is more shocking? Oklahoma had to mount a second half come-from-behind win against Baylor on Saturday night…or…Baker Mayfield wasn’t the focal point of that come from behind win? Pause for just a second and let the magnitude of that question sink in.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 18, 2017

Oklahoma Sooners Football | Injury Report 9.18.17

The Oklahoma Sooners entered the weekend with the status of a few players remaining up in the air. Exiting with a 3-0 record before the beginning of conference play, Lincoln […]

Oklahoma Sooners | September 17, 2017

#2 Oklahoma 56 – Tulane 14 | Notes & Quotes

“Certainly happy with the win. Like I told them in the locker room, all wins are hard. Our goal for a long time here was to play very well here […]

Oklahoma Sooners | September 12, 2017

Sooner Nation Podcast | Baker’s Apology, Andrews’ Injury, & The Running Back Situation

The Oklahoma Sooners exceeded expectations in their thumping of Ohio State at the Horseshoe on Saturday night. Baker Mayfield was electric in the win, carving up the Buckeye defense for 386 yards and three scores. After the game he started a social media frenzy when he “planted” the OU flag at center field. Oklahoma fans were ecstatic about the move, while Ohio State fans and national pundits thought the move was a bit over the top.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 10, 2017

Oklahoma Dominates Ohio State In The Horseshoe 31-16 | Quick Takes

The Sooners silenced their doubters Friday night with a dominating performance over Ohio State. In a role reversal from last year, Oklahoma has the stronger, more athletic, and more physical team in Saturday night’s prime time battle.

Oklahoma Sooners | September 2, 2017

Oklahoma 56 – UTEP 7 | Rapid Recap & Quick Thoughts

The Lincoln Riley era at Oklahoma got underway with a convincing 56-7 win over UTEP in Norman on Saturday afternoon. Oklahoma scored on it’s opening possession and went on to see eight different skill position players cross the goal line on the afternoon.