SoonerNation's Bob Przybylo took questions on Twitter on Tuesday night from the @Sooner_Nation handle. Here's the chat recap:
Answering questiona about conference rivals, freaks of the league and what Keith Ford's departure means for the Oklahoma backfield.
Oklahoma has a strong group of running backs, but needs help in the defensive secondary.
With spring ball done, we've been updating our Big 12 position group rankings. Next up: Special teams.
Running back Keith Ford, who decided to transfer from Oklahoma after being suspended in March, has chosen to enroll at Texas A&M, he told 247Sports.
Oklahoma's trip to Tennessee holds some intrigue; no matter how you slice in-conference games, the biggest ones probably will involve Baylor.
Dana Holgorsen believes he has has best defense, and it's led by a deep and talented secondary; Oklahoma's DBs won't take a backseat.
A look back at five meaningful games from the 2014 season that could resonate and reshape what we'll get from the Big 12 in 2015.
Now that spring ball has ended, we're updating our Big 12 position group rankings over the next two weeks. We continue the series with linebackers.
In this week's Take Two, we examine which new coordinator will make the biggest impact in his first year in the Big 12.
The annual summer attrition of college football has already begun hitting the Oklahoma Sooners.
After a disappointing 2014 season, the Sooners needed a boost. So head coach Bob Stoops took a good look around him and overhauled his coaching staff.
Texas Tech picked up three commitments over the past seven days, including a sleeper QB who has been invited to the Elite 11 finals.
The Baylor Bears are loaded up front; TCU doesn't have quite the star power but has as deep a group as anyone in the country.
A look at the biggest shoes to fill for each team in the Big 12, starting with former Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty.
The Oklahoma Sooner have a new offensive coordinator but at least they have back almost all of their passing and rushing production from 2014.