Oklahoma will attempt to win its fifth consecutive NCAA men’s gymnastics national title this weekend in Champaign, Illinois.
NORMAN — About four hours before Oklahoma football’s spring game, Shane Beamer was standing inside Will Rogers Airport waiting on an important arrival.
NORMAN — Lincoln Riley tipped his hand about Oklahoma’s starting offensive line last week during his post spring-game press conference.
Lee Morris ran a crossing pattern, caught the football with one hand and turned his helmet downfield. There didn’t appear to be much room to run.
Skip Johnson tends to draw at least one positive aspect from an Oklahoma loss. Two weeks ago, it was starter Levi Prater’s ability to settle down after two shaky innings.
Defense wins championships is a familiar refrain, yet another one is just as apt as Oklahoma City enters Game 2 of its Western Conference quarterfinal series against the Portland Trail Blazers at 9:30 tonight inside Moda Center:
During his 37 years broadcasting Oklahoma State baseball, Stillwater Radio’s Sports Director Rex Holt has worked in some unique environments.
Paul George spoke after practice on Thursday, the first chance the Thunder had to meet the media after an insane final night of the regular season matched Oklahoma City with Portland in the first round of the playoffs.
It took 60 years, but the late Dr. Tim Green and his teammates on Oklahoma State University’s 1959 national championship baseball team finally got what was coming to them.
Oklahoma's Friday spring scrimmage offered plenty of insight to the Sooners' wide-open competition along the offensive line.
So there were these moments during the spring game where, how about that, it seemed like a simple route and everything, yet there a Sooner defender was to break up a pass.
Before Oklahoma City shed Carmelo Anthony’s expiring contract last offseason, trading it to Atlanta for the services of Dennis Schroder, it had already signed Raymond Felton to an extension.
STILLWATER – Oklahoma State football fans that file into Boone Pickens Stadium on April 20 will be sitting around talking about practice, not a game.
NORMAN — Diego Muniz didn’t yet have a driver’s license when Oklahoma baseball coach Skip Johnson was evaluating him as a rising prospect in the Dallas area.
NORMAN — Mount Union’s win streak was on the line several times between 1994 and 2005, when the football program went unbeaten. But former coach Larry Kehres remembers one day, about two decades ago, when it came dangerously close to snapping prematurely.
DJ Kool’s 1996 hip-hop single “Let Me Clear My Throat” boomed from the Marita Hynes Field sound system on a warm, cloudy Sunday.
NORMAN — Kyler Murray will return to the field for Oklahoma football, but as an honorary coach in Friday's spring game.
NORMAN — Tanner Schafer’s hometown has been called an oasis of the Texas Panhandle. The relatively lush landscape was help shaped by the Canadian River, which runs north of town.
Oklahoma rescheduled its spring football game for Friday. Here’s a reset on how fans can watch the game, where to buy tickets and what to expect overall from the changes.
NORMAN — Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione was asked in January about Fox’s decision to decline an option to televise three future Big 12 football championship games. He wasn’t at liberty to comment just yet.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Athletic conducted an NBA players poll with the promise of complete anonymity. According to The Athletic, it received participation from 127 players.
DaShaun White was asked about the adjustments he’d have to make, now that he was in line to start for Oklahoma at its weakside linebacker position, should the season begin today.
Oklahoma is coming off two consecutive Big 12 series setbacks, and has lost six of its last eight games going into the midweek home series against Texas Southern, which starts Tuesday.
NORMAN — Parnell Motley always noticed something a little different about Delarrin Turner-Yell. The freshman safety had a different presence from the start.
Michele Smith can remember walking on the field at the corner of Duck and McElroy for the first time, hoping to hit the trees with a plethora of home runs.
The Force erased a 10-point lead to pull ahead of Oklahoma by four points at the start of the fourth quarter and then erased a two-point Flying Aces’ lead with 3:19 left in the game.
Sherri Coale sat on the patio outside the Oklahoma women’s basketball offices recently, the March sunlight reflecting off her aviator sunglasses and into a lunch she had ample time to enjoy.
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