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Birth of a bull: Samaje Perine's powerful running style was evident in high school

It is the 243-pounder’s strength, however, that spins your head around like a Looney Tune. It is Perine’s physical presence, something that left some Sooners convinced he was a recruit’s father during his official visit, that defines him.

Baker Mayfield's appeal denied by NCAA; OU QB will be eligible in 2015

The Texas Tech transfer was pursuing a waiver allowing him to play right away. The NCAA ruled against Mayfield. A second attempt to get Texas Tech to release him was denied by the Big 12 school as well.

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Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray blames his fumbling mostly on bad luck
Updated: Sat, Sep 27, 2014 8:36 pm

“It’s been different angles, just different things happened – kind of bad luck,” Murray said

Mysterious TCU Frogs moving forward as Oct. 4 date with Sooners looms
Updated: Sat, Sep 27, 2014 8:36 pm

TCU's Gary Patterson doesn't have a good read on his team yet, considering the Horned Frogs' two byes and two foes thus far. “I don't know. We've played Samford and a Big Ten team.”

Former Union, OU punter Tress Way logs 77-yard punt in Redskins-Giants game
Updated: Sat, Sep 27, 2014 8:36 pm

Tress Way was once a undrafted rookie punter, waived by the Chicago Bears during the preseason.

John Klein: Balance is whatever is working for OU coach Bob Stoops
Updated: Mon, Sep 29, 2014 7:31 pm

It isn't about the number of passes vs. runs, says Stoops. 


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The redshirt sophomore quarterback from San Antonio captured the attention of the college football world following his stellar performance in the 2014 Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama.

Bob Stoops - with a win over Kansas State on Nov. 23 - has coached the Sooners to more victories than anyone else.

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The University of Oklahoma is one of three teams that have captured seven or more national championships in football.


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