NCAA Football

Oh! You Wanted a Bowl Game: Sooners Suffer 35-32 Defeat in Cheez-It Bowl

The Oklahoma Sooners finished their season against the Florida State Seminoles in the 2022 Cheez-It Bowl.

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Takeaways From Sooners’ Devastating 49-0 Loss to Texas

In what was the Oklahoma Sooners worst loss in a Red River Showdown, the Texas Longhorns stomped the Sooners 49-0. It was the most significant margin of victory for Texas and the first shutout by either team since 2006. The

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Sooners Football: Takeaways from Loss to Wildcats

The Oklahoma Sooners took on the Kansas State Wildcats in their Big 12 opener this past weekend. The Sooners came into the game 3-0 in non-conference games, and the Wildcats were 2-1 going into the game. Over the past few

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Sooners Rout the Cornhuskers

The Oklahoma Sooners took a road trip through the land of corn to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in their third game of the season.

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Sooner Football Takeaways: Kent State

Sooner Football is rolling on down the schedule after last week’s defeat of the UTEP Miners.

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Sooner Football Takeaways: UTEP

The first game of the Oklahoma Sooner football season is in the books. After the Thursday night performance of Oklahoma State, some were wondering how the Sooners would fare. They performed admirably against the UTEP Miners, winning 45-13, with the

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Oh! You Wanted a Sooners Football Article: Predictions

It is time once more for Oklahoma Sooners football to arrive.

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Oh! You Wanted an Early Sooners Season Prediction?

Oklahoma Sooners football is right around the corner, so grab your popcorn and Coke (or Dr. Pepper), and settle in for a way too early prediction for the upcoming season.

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Oh! You Wanted a Sooners Game Review: Spring Game 2022

There is no denying that Sooners Football is the lifeblood of the University of Oklahoma.

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Exclusive: Ja’Marion Wayne Ready to Bring Change to Missouri Football

Ja’Marion Wayne is headed to Missouri next season to play for the Tigers, but he is ready to do more.

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