One of the best units in the country last season, the Sooners offensive line will try to repeat the production in 2018.
Stripe the Stadium Saturday, Sept. 8 vs. UCLA!
In the second installment of "The Hurry-Up", Sooners Sports.com brings you up to speed on fall camp.
Oklahoma is counting on seven returners plus a talented group of freshmen to do big things as part of the 2018 defensive line.
Kyler Murray and Austin Kendall are engaged in a fight to take over for Baker Mayfield, last year's Heisman Trophy winner and No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick.
The depth of Oklahoma's linebacking corps will be a point of strength for the Sooners' defense in 2018, despite losing two of its top playmakers from a year ago.
We check in with Coach Boulware, Bobby Evans, Caleb Kelly and Kenneth Mann for the first installment of The Hurry-Up.
The University of Oklahoma will join professional sports leagues and many of its college peers this fall when it introduces a clear bag policy and walk-through metal detectors at home football games and all other home athletic events.
Headlining a group of eight returning lettermen are a pair of 2017 starters in outside receivers Marquise "Hollywood" Brown and CeeDee Lamb. The prolific duo combined for 103 catches, 1,902 yards and 14 touchdowns as rookies last year.
Starting Tuesday, Aug. 7, the OU Athletics Department will offer a pair of football ticket mini plans, as well as a limited number of single-game tickets, for the 2018 home season. The tickets were originally reserved for opponents and returned to OU after going unclaimed.
In his first year as Oklahoma's head coach in 2017, Lincoln Riley led OU to a Big 12 title, a No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff and a final No. 3 national ranking. On Friday morning, year No. 2 of the Riley era got underway with a two-hour, 20-minute practice at OU's rugby fields.
Oklahoma is ranked in the top 8 of the preseason Amway Coaches Poll for the 17th time in the last 19 seasons.