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Oklahoma Sooners | September 6, 2019

South Dakota At Oklahoma | Players To Watch For The Sooners

After facing Houston’s D’Eriq King in the season opener, debuting the new speed defense a new quarterback, and living up to a Top 4 ranking, Oklahoma faces zero pressure in […]

Oklahoma Sooners | December 1, 2018

Oklahoma 39 – Texas 27 | Big 12 Championship Notes & Quotes

“There is not much I can say about it. It’s something we do every Tuesday, one-on-one’s, inside fade and all I had to do was make the play. The play call was there. It was up to me to make the competitive play.” – Grant Calcaterra on the final touchdown

Oklahoma Sooners | November 10, 2018

Oklahoma 48 – Oklahoma State 47 | Note’s & Quotes

“I am not satisfied and I am not happy with how we played. We have to play better. We cannot give up 50 points and expect to be a playoff defense. We have got to get better on defense. That happens during the week. We have to practice better so we do not come out here and give up 50 points because that is something we do not want to do.” – Curtis Bolton on the play of the defense

Oklahoma Sooners | October 18, 2018

Oklahoma’s Defense Is Without Excuse Moving Forward

Blown assignments, failing to shed blocks, and missed tackles have become the staple of a defense that once featured Superman, pitched a shutout in the Cotton Bowl against Arkansas, and held Florida State’s offense scoreless in the BCS National Championship game. They may have hit rock bottom against Texas at the Cotton Bowl a couple of weeks ago, but they’ve been falling for a long time. 

Oklahoma Sooners | September 24, 2018

Oklahoma Sooners Football | Injury Report 9.24.18

The Oklahoma Sooners secured a win over the weekend but remained a bit short-handed in a few areas. Hoping to enter conference play at full strength, the coaching staff seems […]

Oklahoma Sooners | September 9, 2018

Position Grades | Oklahoma’s Defense Remains Strong Against UCLA

Oklahoma’s defense recorded six sacks against UCLA and twelve tackles for loss. It was a defensive performance so dominant that OU’s top six tacklers played in the front seven. Mark Jackson led the way for the crew with 10 total stops.