OU still building off Sugar Bowl
A record crowd of 43,500 for Oklahoma’s spring football game is a sign of even higher expectations for the Sooners’ program.
The 45-31 shocker over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl has created momentum, which has carried over into both the winter and the spring.
That was seen in strength and conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt’s demanding off-season program.
Tight end back in OU offense
Taylor McNamara's two touchdown receptions in the Red-White game may be a sign Oklahoma will throw more to the tight ends this season.
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OU defense stumps starter-to-be Knight
Fans want to see offense in spring games, and there were a lot of devotees at Oklahoma’s Red-White Game on Saturday. If 43,500 in attendance were hoping for a big day from quarterback Trevor Knight, they walked out of Owen Field disappointed.
Ineligible QB Mayfield lights up OU spring game
Baker Mayfield, who transferred from Texas Tech and can’t play until next year, completed all nine of his passes for 125 yards and two scores to help the White team defeat the Red 28-13 on Saturday.
COLUMN: Chirping crickets should be Enid’s cue
The sound of chirping crickets in Lubbock, Texas, should give Enid some motivation to go after another national sports event.
Union thumps Enid 11-1 in 5th
Tulsa Union helped Enid take a 1-0 lead in the top of the first in the Gladys Winters Tournament’s final-day opener on Saturday morning, allowing Hunter Childs to score without the benefit of a hit in the frame.
The Plainsmen’s guests weren’t as charitable from there.
Enid’s Majors to sign with with Hillsdale
Enid forward Michael Majors has given a verbal commitment to play basketball for Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College in Norman and likely will sign next week, the Plainsmen senior said.
Who’s tired? NOC routed at Seminole
Northern Oklahoma College Enid softball coach Jamie Roberts thought the Lady Jets might be playing Seminole at the right time Saturday.
The Belles were playing their fourth doubleheader in as many days and Roberts was hoping “they would be a little tired.’’
Just the opposite.
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