Tag: Marquise Brown

Oklahoma Sooners | February 4, 2019

National Signing Day 2019 | Who Is Still Out There For The Sooners?

This is where it gets fun. There are plenty of quality recruits still out there and Oklahoma is in on several of them. While it’s completely crazy to try and predict what an 18-year old kid is going to decide to do, there’s a solid chance these guys will be choosing Oklahoma on Wednesday morning.


Oklahoma Sooners | December 29, 2018

Oklahoma vs. Alabama | Orange Bowl Storylines, How to Watch, Odds, & Predictions

Two of the most storied programs in college football history are set to face each other in the semifinal of the college football playoff. All eyes will be on the two quarterbacks but the difference in this game will be Oklahoma’s defense. Can the Sooners make enough plays to keep them in the game?

Oklahoma Sooners | December 24, 2018

Sooners Arrive To Miami Mostly Healthy

“I think we’ve had a good kind of balance of rest, getting their bodies back, getting some injured guys back healthy, which that was a pretty long list here two or three weeks ago,” Riley said. “So we think we’ve made some improvements there, and then we’ve gotten a lot of good, quality work on kind of just trying to get better ourselves. We felt like we were really starting to play much closer to our capability there the last couple games of the year, feel like we’re building momentum and we know we’ve got to continue that.”

Oklahoma Sooners | December 10, 2018

Four Sooners Named AP All-America

Murray led the Sooners back into the College Football Playoff by passing for 4,053 yards, running for 892, and accounting for 51 total touchdowns. Brown was his top receiver, going for 1,318 yards and 10 scores on 75 catches.

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.