LOS ANGELES (AP) — Golf star Tiger Woods suffered leg injuries Tuesday in a vehicle rollover in suburban Los Angeles and was undergoing surgery, authorities and his manager said.
ATLANTA (AP) — Hank Aaron, who endured racist threats with stoic dignity during his pursuit of Babe Ruth's home run record and gracefully left his mark as one of baseball's greatest all-around players, died Friday. He was 86.
NORMAN — Oklahoma’s helmets are expected to feature a slight tweak against Kansas State on Saturday.
What Oklahoma is going through is team-wide, each position group is subject to it and there may be no avoiding it, at least on purpose.
Though there was a large grumbling from players and fans when Oklahoma State’s season opener against Tulsa was postponed last week, Cowboy coach Mike Gundy has looked at the new kickoff to the season with a glass half-full approach.
NORMAN — The 57,246 empty seats were pronounced. The roster sizes were smaller. And according to Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, Saturday’s game was close to not happening.
When news broke Monday night of Oklahoma State’s season opener against Tulsa being postponed by a week due to the Golden Hurricane having limited practices in August due to a COVID-19 outbreak, the Cowboy football players did not hold back on their emotions.
Though he won a piece of NBA coach of the year honors, as awarded by his peers as recently as a month ago, Billy Donovan will nonetheless not be returning to coach the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Since he arrived at Oklahoma, I’ve had personal hesitation about Spencer Rattler's potential greatness that’s either unfair, quite wise or both.
Anyone curious how many Oklahoma players will be unavailable each week due to COVID-19 will have to wait until game day and see who steps on the field and who doesn't.
Oklahoma will start a different quarterback in its season opener for the fourth time in four years when it hosts Missouri State on Sept. 12.
In an odd and interesting Associated Press Preseason Top 25 college football poll released Monday morning, Oklahoma will begin the fall season ranked No. 5, two spots higher than it began last season, a campaign that continued all the way to a third straight College Football Playoff.
OU’s fall camp practices are, once again, in full swing, and barring any future disruptions, the Sooners are moving full speed toward their season opener against Missouri State.
It’s become a rallying cry from the government officials across the country over the past few months – including Oklahoma’s Gov. Kevin Stitt and Stillwater Mayor, Will Joyce: wear a mask so we can play college football.
An OU quarterback battle has consumed the Sooners’ offseason the past two years. And any other year, OU’s current race to replace another starting signal-caller would have been the team's biggest storylines again.
OU screened players for COVID-19 upon returning to campus Friday and nine tested positive, coach Lincoln Riley announced on Saturday.
The traditional sea of crimson that fills Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium’s bleachers on fall Saturdays will be scattered this coming football season.
The College Football Playoff has positioned itself as the only collegiate-level postseason event still in play this fall.
Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium will be reduced to approximately 25% capacity for OU home football games this season, the school announced Wednesday.
With the Big 12 Conference confirming Wednesday morning the decision to move forward with having football this fall, Oklahoma State followed up in the afternoon with safety procedures for trying to have fans in the stands for home games.
The Big 12 Conference became the most important league in the land Tuesday, and with its announcement Wednesday morning, the conference sided with the most dominant college football conferences.
The Big Ten won't play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, becoming the first of college sports' power conferences to yield to the pandemic.
Oklahoma senior linebacker Caleb Kelly and sophomore quarterback Tanner Mordecai reportedly sustained injuries during practice on Monday, according to SoonerScoop.com.
NORMAN — Rickey Dixon, the first Oklahoma defensive back to win the Jim Thorpe Award and 2019 National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame inductee, died Saturday.
The Southeastern Conference is pivoting to a conference-only schedule for the 2020 college football season, leaving Oklahoma without one of its premier nonconference games.
• Editor’s note: There are more questions than answers regarding when, and how, college football will begin again. Each week until next season, The Transcript will produce its Watch List to monitor developments, setbacks or points of interest surrounding college football’s anticipated return.
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