Tag: Rose Bowl

Oklahoma Sooners | June 25, 2018

Flashback | Quentin Griffin Was More Into Breaking Tackles Than He Was Records

Bob Stoops and his staff knew that they had something special in running back Quentin Griffin. I’m not sure they thought he’d ever be mentioned in the same breath as […]

Oklahoma Sooners | December 31, 2017

College Football Playoff: #2 Oklahoma vs. #3 Georgia | What To Watch For

Both teams bring in talented offenses with different strengths. The stable of running backs on the Georgia sideline led the Bulldogs to an S.E.C. best 3,426 rushing yards in 2017. Oklahoma does it a bit different though. Heisman winning quarterback Baker Mayfield completed 71% of his passes in leading the Sooners to the top passing attack in the Big 12 at 4,776 total passing yards.

Oklahoma Sooners | December 29, 2017

CFP: Rose Bowl | Baker Mayfield’s Health in Question

The Oklahoma Sooners are preparing to take on the Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff Semi-Final hosted by the Rose Bowl. Since arriving in sunny California, the Heisman winning […]

Oklahoma Sooners | December 28, 2017

Sooner Nation Podcast | Rose Bowl Preview

As for the Sooners and Bulldogs, there’s certainly a lot to talk about. It’s power vs. speed, downhill running vs. the spread attack. Each defense must focus on taking an aspect of their opponent’s offense away and that may be one of the biggest advantages for Oklahoma.

Oklahoma City Thunder | December 14, 2017

Podcast | Does The Big 12 Not Play Defense Or The SEC Not Play Offense?

As Oklahoma and Georgia move another week closer to playing one another, one of the topics of conversation is the strength of the SEC defenses. Just a thought here, is is possible that SEC defenses have posted the stats they have because offenses in the conference are stagnant? We’ve got some stats that may prove…or disprove that theory. 

Oklahoma Sooners | December 14, 2017

Matt Romar Not Expected To Play For Oklahoma During The Rose Bowl

Matt Romar’s lingering injury continues to do just that…linger. The senior defensive tackle from Port Arthur, Texas has been battling an undisclosed injury that has resulted in him missing all but Oklahoma’s first three games of the season. When asked about the possibility of Romar returning to play against Georgia in the Rose Bowl, head coach Lincoln Riley replied, “We’re hopeful, but I wouldn’t say I expect it.”