Oklahoma Sooners Basketball
Turnovers, Baylor offense too much to overcome
Following an ugly performance at Texas, the Sooners look to bounce back against a good TCU team.
After falling behind by 11 early in the second half, Porter Moser’s team hit its stride and earned a quality W.
Oklahoma hung tough with No. 1 Baylor, and the Sooners are now presented with a great opportunity for a quality win.
The Bears are deserving of their ranking, but Oklahoma never backed down at any point.
Without Tanner Groves, Jacob Groves and Bijan Cortes, Porter Moser’s team still found a way.
The Sooners will be down three players due to health and safety protocols.
What can we expect from the OU offense in 2022 and beyond?
Umoja Gibson led the way with 14 points and four threes for the Sooners.
After a big win over Arkansas in Tulsa, the Sooners return home to face UT Arlington.
The Sooners look to take the crown in the Myrtle Beach Invitational, but they’ll have to stop Oklahoma native Justin Bean in the process.
After building a 12-point lead in the second half, the Sooners had to gut out a tough one to advance to the semifinals.
Porter Moser’s team will face three SEC squads.
Also, OU hoops is still in the running for a pair of Oklahoma natives in the transfer portal.
Tanner Groves scored 35 on the Kansas Jayhawks in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. His brother is no slouch himself.
Harmon declared for the NBA Draft and will be testing those waters, but this is yet another variable.
OU and OSU will undoubtedly be making a big push for the Booker T. Washington product.
Joe Castiglione gets an A+ for his basketball hires.
Also, Trejan Bridges is ready to break out in 2021.
OU’s new men’s hoops coach can take the program to the next level.
Also, Creed Humphrey could join rarified air.
Lincoln Riley must respond by scorching the competition this fall.
The Porter Moser era at OU is set to begin.
After some great showings this past season, Austin Reaves is headed to the pros.
Gonzaga is cruising to a Final Four appearance.
Baylor looks back on form heading into the tournament’s second weekend.
Lon Kruger leaves the OU men’s basketball program in better shape than he found it in.