Spring football provides the opportunity for players to put themselves in the driver's seat when it comes to position battles. Several Oklahoma Sooners will have chances to make a statement and make themselves the favorite to start or become a significant contributor during spring drills with several starting spots open heading into 2014.
about 183 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
In the next few weeks leading into signing day it's a great time to take a position-by-position glance at Oklahoma's returning roster. This series, called State of the Position, will look at the playmakers, up-and-comers and current commitments or targets at each position for the Sooners as recruiting really heats up during these final weeks before signing day on Feb.
about 209 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
In today's mailbag, Baylor's schedule is compared to Ohio State's, Iowa State fans yearn for the second coming of Bill Snyder and Texas fans want a louder stadium, Tyrone Swoopes at QB and a certain coach to be fired.
about 278 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
Having a highly ranked recruiting class and a bunch of four-star signees sounds good in the spring and summer, but it's a different story when the season begins. The freshmen who are game-ready are the ones who get the playing time, no matter their star rating.
The Opening wasn't a showcase of any Oklahoma commits, but some major top targets displayed their talents last week in Beaverton, Ore. With The Opening in the books, here are five prospects from that event the Sooners are still solidly in the hunt to sign.
about 414 days ago | Bob Przybylo | NCF On The Trail
Oklahoma hopes to continue a recruiting pipeline with its pursuit of Michiah Quick (Fresno, Calif./Central East). The Sooners signed Central East defensive backs L.J. Moore and Hatari Byrd in February and are hoping to lure Quick to Big 12 country as well.
about 496 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | On The Trail: West Region
It worked out so well for Oklahoma to hit Fresno (Calif.) Central East for its 2013 class that the Sooners aren't stopping for 2014. OU has already offered Watch List athlete Michiah Quick and added defensive tackle Tashon Smallwood to that list Monday night.
about 561 days ago | Bob Przybylo | On The Trail: West Region
With signing day 2013 having come and gone, it's time to turn our attention to 2014 recruits. Here are five players that the Ducks will be targeting for next year's class: DL Nifae Lealao Sacramento (Calif.
about 566 days ago | Brandon Oliver | NCF On The Trail