Tag: Obo Okoronkwo

Oklahoma Sooners | June 4, 2018

Oklahoma’s Defensive Overhaul Must Lead To Improvement In 2018

There’s no doubting that Oklahoma had a national championship caliber offense in 2018. There’s also no doubting that the defense was more than just a scapegoat in OU’s 54-48 Rose Bowl exit from the College Football Playoff.


Oklahoma Sooners | April 28, 2018

Rams Select Obo Okoronkwo In Fifth Round

A four-year player, and two-year starter, at Oklahoma, Obo amassed 164 tackles and 21 sacks for the Sooners. In 2017 he recorded career-highs with 76 tackles and 17.5 tackles for loss. As a result he was a Walter Camp First-Team All American, First-Team All Big 12, and was the co-Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. 

Oklahoma City Thunder | April 25, 2018

Sooner Nation Podcast | Talking NBA Playoffs, Baseball, Softball, & NFL Draft

Rich and Matt are back to talk Oklahoma sports. On tap for this episode is Oklahoma City’s disastrous performance and Russell Westbrook’s epic meltdown in Game 4. There’s going to be some fallout from the Thunder’s tanking in the playoffs so we visit those possibilities as well. Hint: It’s not all on Billy Donovan.

Oklahoma Sooners | November 30, 2017

ICYMI | Mayfield & Okoronkwo Earn Big 12 PotY Honors

With the conclusion of the season, the Big 12 has announced the winners of the conference awards. Featuring a slew of Oklahoma Sooners, it’s clearly a reflection of what the […]

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 9, 2017

Oklahoma At Ohio State | Defensive Keys To Success & Players To Watch

The task will be tall for Oklahoma’s defense, in Columbus on Saturday night, but not insurmountable. While the two quarterbacks, and their respective offenses, have receive the majority of the publicity for this game, it’ll be the defenses that determine the outcome of the game. 

Oklahoma Sooners | September 3, 2017

Oklahoma Defense Dominates UTEP But Looming Injury Report Could Be Significant

It took Oklahoma’s defense just a little bit of time to settle in against UTEP on Saturday afternoon but once they did they dominated. The Miners scored on their opening possession, taking the ball 78 yards on eight plays. Walter Dawn’s 17-yard touchdown run was set up by a 29-yard scamper on the play before putting the sellout crowd at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on edge.