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Weekend Roundup: Depth At Tight End, A Goodbye To Trey Franks, Basketball Recap, Gymnastics Sets National Pace

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Oklahoma football: A look at the Sooners' depth at tight end - Jason Kersey - The Oklahoman

Blake Bell has officially moved to tight end for his senior season after spending his entire Oklahoma career at quarterback.

Here's a look at the other tight ends on Oklahoma's 2014 roster

Trey Franks will not return to Oklahoma - Tom Fornelli - CBS Sports

Trey Franks will not be suiting up for Oklahoma in 2014.

The Oklahoman has confirmed with the school that Franks has graduated from school and will not return to the football team next season, even though he has one year of eligibility remaining.

Happy to be home, Sooners throttle Bears for season sweep - John Shinn - The Norman Transcript

If Oklahoma was jet-lagged by its weary travels earlier this week, it got over it quickly Saturday night at Lloyd Noble Center. Teams with tired legs don't put on offensive exhibitions like the one the 21st-ranked Sooners did in their 88-72 victory over Baylor.

Instead they looked excited to be playing on their home floor after two straight road losses.

Good to be home?

Sooners score a season high in Stanford meet - Graham Dudley - OU Daily

The No. 1 Sooners soundly defeated the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal in Norman Saturday night, drawing consistent performances from throughout their lineup in route to a 447.700-437.250 win.

OU put up the nation's highest score so far this year and further distanced themselves from Michigan, who currently hold the No. 2 ranking.