Since last week we've been examining at the strongest and weakest position groups for each Big 12 team going into the fall. We continue with the Oklahoma Sooners: Strongest position: Defensive line Pretty obvious choice here for Oklahoma, considering how this unit played in its greatest test yet against Alabama.
It was a quiet and productive spring at Oklahoma. The Sooners emerged relatively injury free and were able to tinker with their systems on both sides of the ball. This week we'll review OU's spring, starting with five questions that were answered during the Sooners' 15 practices.
about 80 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Oklahoma begins its spring football drills on Saturday. An exceptional Sugar Bowl performance, a young and talented defense and renewed confidence in quarterback Trevor Knight has the Sooners eyeing a national title run in 2014.
about 127 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
As we wait for the start of spring ball, we're examining and ranking the positional situations of every team in the Big 12, continuing Monday with defensive line. Some of these outlooks will look different after the spring.
about 136 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
Oklahoma is poised to add several recruits into the fold on Wednesday with an eye on creating the foundation of a future championship squad. Yet, recruiting is an inexact science as some projected stars rise to meet those high expectations while others struggle to make a difference in the Big 12.
about 155 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 169 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
NORMAN, Okla. -- A short amount of time can provide a valuable opportunity and a glimpse at the future. Oklahoma spent the first few practices of its bowl preparation giving its younger players most of the repetitions, allowing guys like quarterback Cody Thomas the opportunity to start to carve out their futures in the program.
about 203 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners