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Oklahoma's Caleb Gastelum celebrates following the Bedlam college football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys and the University of Oklahoma Sooners at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013.
Welcome to the home of "The Non-Fiction Writers," NewsOK.com's new OU football podcast from beat writers Jason Kersey and Ryan Aber.
Three players adorned the cover of the 2013 Oklahoma football media guide -- cornerback Aaron Colvin, fullback Trey Millard and offensive lineman Gabe Ikard.
The Sooners only put four players on the preseason All-Big 12 team, including a kicker , an offensive lineman and a cornerback in Zack Sanchez who had a few uneven performances last year as a true freshman.
Sugar Bowl MVP Trevor Knight isn't shying away from the grand expectations for himself and the Oklahoma football team in 2014.
The injury bug and roster cuts are starting to take their toll on NFL rosters and unfortunately that means some of our Sooners in the NFL are going to fall victim.
The 2014 football season is finally here. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops kicked off the first game week of the season on Monday with his first weekly press conference of the year.
Since Blake Bell transitioned from quarterback to tight end in the spring, Oklahoma coaches have insisted that the move was permanent and Bell's time at quarterback in any capacity was over.
With the release of the depth chart today, the Oklahoma Sooners settled that argument Matt and I were having as to why Blake Bell was taking snaps at quarterback.
After starting eight games at quarterback last season, Blake Bell looks destined to start Saturday's season opener at Louisiana Tech at tight end.
"With Gabe leaving I have to lead by example and vocally. It's a change, but I can do it for my team.
We have finally reached game week and as the preseason podcasts draw to a close we're going out with a bang.
Florida State's Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston may not be a Boy Scout, as evidenced by an alleged rape in 2012 and a shoplifting citation last spring when he walked out of a Tallahassee grocery store with a bunch of crab legs he didn't pay for, but he is the most devastating force in college football.
This week we've highlighted the key position battles for every program in the Big 12. We conclude the series with Oklahoma's safety battle.
When news of a potential move to nickelback broke last spring, many wondered why on earth OU would mess with Striker's role.
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