Two weeks after taking over for the retired Bob Stoops, OU head football coach Lincoln Riley has announced responsibilities for his staff.
Part I focused primarily on the football side of things. Part II offers some more insight to Lincoln Riley's personality and interests away from the game.
The results are in. More than 8,500 votes were cast in two days as Sooner fans picked their "All-Stoops Team". So without further ado...
Lincoln Riley filled the vacant position on his staff by hiring Ruffin McNeill as assistant head coach and defensive tackles coach.
Somewhere among throngs of recruiting calls, on-campus recruiting visits, countless media interviews and player and staff meetings, new head coach Lincoln Riley took time to knock out a two-part Q&A that hits on a wide variety of topics.
If you could field a team with any 22 players from the Bob Stoops era, who would you choose? The best players or simply your favorites... there are no rules.
Five days have passed since Bob Stoops announced his sudden retirement at age 56. Even those closest to him were stunned when Stoops shared the news last Wednesday.
Relive an historic day in Oklahoma football history, as Bob Stoops stepped down, paving the way for Lincoln Riley to take over the reins of the Sooners.
Show your appreciation for all Coach Stoops did in his time at Oklahoma using the hashtag #ThanksBob. We'll feature the best here. Boomer Sooner!
OU President David Boren and Athletics Director Joe Castiglione announced jointly that Bob Stoops is retiring as the head football coach after 18 years at OU. He will be succeeded by current offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley.
View the latest aerial images of Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, showing the construction progress near completion amidst the footprint of the OU campus.
For the second year in a row, former OU standout Rickey Dixon is on the ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.