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Tag: Oklahoma Sooners Football

2018 College Football Preview | August 17, 2018

2018 Oklahoma Football Opponent Preview |Baylor Bears

Matt Rhule was handed the most difficult task of any coach in the Big 12. Take a Baylor team that was a year removed from a massive scandal, with a roster decimated by transfers, and win immediately.

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2018 College Football Preview | August 15, 2018

Center Has Been The Most Competitive Position Battle In Oklahoma Football Camp

As good as the competition is between the two signal callers, that hasn’t been the best position battle of camp. According to Riley, that label goes to the center position where senior Jonathan Alvarez and redshirt freshman Creed Humphrey are pushing each other for the starting job. 

Oklahoma Sooners | August 15, 2018

Saturday Scrimmage Could Be Defining Moment In Oklahoma QB Competition

Monday marks the final week of practice for Oklahoma before the Sooners hit game week. It would be the ideal time for Lincoln Riley to name a starting quarterback because it would allow for him to tinker with some things in the offense before all of the focus turns to Florida Atlantic. 

2018 College Football Preview | August 15, 2018

2018 Big 12 Football Position Rankings | Defensive Backs

As we preview our final position group of the preseason we’ll take a look at the defensive backs of the Big 12. Below the consensus rankings are a few explanations of the individual rankings.

2018 College Football Preview | August 13, 2018

2018 Oklahoma Football Opponent Preview | Army Black Knights

Army isn’t a program that is building momentum, it’s a program that is riding a wave of momentum. Head coach Jeff Monken took over the program in 2014 and won just six games in his first two seasons, losing eighteen. In the two years that followed the cadets from West Point, New York enjoyed eighteen wins to just eight losses.

2018 College Football Preview | August 11, 2018

2018 Big 12 Football Position Rankings | Linebackers

While the focus will be on the usual suspects offensively this fall, the conference enters the 2018 season a little upside down in terms of the defensive side of the ball. Traditional powers like Oklahoma and Texas find themselves starting the season in the middle of the pack with some unusual programs nearing the top of the defensive rankings.