Co-offensive coordinator and receivers coach Jay Norvell was let go Sunday, the first move after a disappointing season that culminated in an embarrassing bowl game loss.
Here are the Sooner stories making headlines on Monday, January 5, 2015
OL Patrick Allen explains why he decided to push back his college decision, what schools are still in the mix, and when he might make his announcement in this video interview.
Katy (Texas) HS four-star Rodney Anderson makes for yet another great running back commit for Cale Gundy.
Here are the Sooner stories making headlines on Sunday, January 4, 2015
Forward TaShawn Thomas' 24 points and a double-double from guard Buddy Hield keyed a 73-63 Big 12 opening win for OU over Baylor.
OU getting Top247 defensive tackle Neville Gallimore in for his first visit played pivotally in his recruitment says head coach Andre Clark.
Neville Gallimore is a 2015, 4-Star DT, as per 247Sports Composite rankings, who has committed to Oklahoma. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder discusses the impact Gallimore can have on the Sooners next season...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
St. Catharines (Ontario) Canada Prep Academy Top50 defensive tackle Neville Gallimore announced his commitment to Oklahoma, Saturday, during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Top247 defensive lineman Neville Gallimore will choose from Florida State, Ohio State and Oklahoma at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.