Via SoonerSports.com The Sooners welcome 10 high school players for the '14 campaign, including three hailing from the state of Oklahoma. Right-handed pitcher Bryant Hodge (Moore, Okla./Christian Heritage Academy), infielder Trey Michalczewski (Jenks, Okla./Jenks HS) and right-handed pitcher Kyle Stephens (Edmond, Okla./Edmond HS) will represent the Sooner State by sporting the Crimson & Cream. Oklahoma also added three junior college standouts for the 2014 season, including infielder Josh Ake (Readington, N.J./Hunterdon Central Regional HS/North Carolina/Howard College), utility player Keach Ballard (Durant, Okla./Silo HS/Murray State College) and right-handed pitcher Caleb Simpson (Norman, Okla./Norman North HS/Seminole State)."
Via SoonerSports.com "University of Oklahoma head men's basketball coach Lon Kruger announced today the signing of three players to national letters of intent on the first day of the 2012-13 early signing period. Joining the Sooners in 2013-14 will be high school guard Jordan Woodard and junior college big men Dominique Elliott and Keshaun Hamilton."
Via SoonerSports.com "University of Oklahoma women's basketball coach Sherri Coale announced Wednesday the signing of three high school seniors to National Letters of Intent. Gioya Carter of Midwest City, Okla., Shaya Kellogg of Ames, Iowa, and Derica Wyatt of Nashville, Tenn., filed NLIs with the Sooners."
Via SoonerSports.com: "Oklahoma soccer senior forward Renae Cuellar garnered Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Year honors, as voted on by the league's head coaches. Cuellar, who became the first student-athlete in the 16-year history of the OU soccer program to garner such distinction, also earned spots on the All-Big 12 First Team and Big 12 All-Newcomer Team. The La Puente, Calif., native leads the Sooners with 26 points from a team-high 12 goals, which ranks as the third-most in a single season in Oklahoma history. Her 13 points from six goals in eight Big 12 matches paces the conference."
From Soonersports.com, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard discuss the matchup between OU and Notre Dame.
In an act of self mercy, Big Tex chooses to spontaneously combust rather than be subjected to further beat downs of his beloved Horns at the hand of the Sooners. This is remarkably similar to what we seen with the Longhorns on Saturday, and of course, with their fans in the days following the blowout loss.
The OU women's basketball team lost a starter and key contributor just weeks before the start of the season. Sophomore post player, Kaylon Williams, suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in the Sooners second practice and will be forced to miss the upcoming season. It's obviously disappointing for Williams and the team who was expecting big things from her after a really good freshman season.
Texas writer has harsh words for University of Texas. Let's hope Mack starts winning again. I shudder at the thought of him leaving.
Another Big XII/B1G bowl matchup. Just another way we can show them how real football is played.