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Murray is the sixth OU male athlete and third in the last four seasons to earn the league's athlete-of-the-year honor.
Oklahoma has won each of the last four Big 12 championships, and media who cover the league have picked the Sooners to win another in 2019. For the seventh time in the nine years since the Big 12 moved to 10 teams, OU is the choice to win the league championship in a preseason poll released Wednesday.
Six Sooners Named to Big 12 Preseason Team
One of the most popular traditions surrounding the Oklahoma football program is returning to a Friday. The 2019 version of Meet the Sooners Day, sponsored by Kona Ice, will be held the afternoon of Aug. 2 at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The annual free event gives OU fans a unique opportunity to interact with their favorite players.
The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department has announced a pair of new football season ticket plans for the 2019 season that will go on sale Tuesday, July 9 at 10 a.m. CT.
Start times for Oklahoma's 2019 football games against South Dakota, UCLA and Texas were announced on Thursday.
Recent NFL Draft picks Kyler Murray, Rodney Anderson, Austin Seibert, Marquise Brown, Ben Powers and Cody Ford reflect on their time as Sooners and the culture of Oklahoma Football under Lincoln Riley.
Continuing a run of recent announcements of home-and-home football series against marquee programs, the University of Oklahoma revealed Monday that it has scheduled its first-ever series with Georgia.
Oklahoma's eight draftees are its most since 2005 when OU produced 10 picks, the most ever during the Big 12 era. This marked the first draft since 1988 that seven offensive Sooners were selected, and the first since 1988 that four OU offensive linemen were picked.
Oklahoma sent two more players to the NFL during the league's 2019 draft Friday night when the Buffalo Bills selected Cody Ford with the sixth pick of the second round (38th overall) and the Los Angeles Rams took Bobby Evans with the 33rd pick of the third round (97th overall).
Highlighted by a second straight No. 1 overall selection, the University of Oklahoma produced a pair of first-round National Football League draft picks Thursday night on the banks of the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville. Quarterback Kyler Murray was selected with the first pick by the Arizona Cardinals while wide receiver Marquise Brown went No. 25 overall to the Baltimore Ravens.