Jamal Bieniemy’s second half surge isn’t enough to overcome the balanced effort from the Longhorns.
After dropping one at home against Kansas State, Oklahoma is in Austin for a crucial game.
Kendall will be immediately eligible as a grad transfer and have two years of eligibility remaining.
Also, Kyler Murray weighed in on one of the most trash takes of 2019.
According to George Schroeder of USA Today, Oklahoma has changed its position on Austin Kendall.
The Sooners will look to get above .500 in Big 12 play as they face Kansas State in Norman.
Hurts will be immediately eligible to play at Oklahoma this fall.
According to ESPN’s Jake Trotter, OU is blocking a potential transfer to WVU.
Another up-and-coming defensive coach is added to the Sooners’ staff.
The 2020 Norman High standout was previously committed to Ole Miss for baseball.
Some of the most recent NFL Draft projections have Kyler Murray going in the top 10.