1. College Football: Ranking the Top 10 Big 12 Quarterbacks

    The 2011 season will have a very different look for the Big 12. Not only are Colorado and Nebraska, long time members of the conference, gone there are also some changes in signal callers...

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  2. Big 12 Preseason Rankings

    With just over a month before the college football season gets underway, let's take at look at what each Big 12 conference team returns and where I rank them overall in the Big 12 heading into the 2010 football season...

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  3. What He Said: A Rebuttal To Mr. Mike Blackwell's Article

    I usually do not take offense to what people in the media write when it comes to their own commentary. But I must make an exception when it comes to Mr. Mike Blackwell’s article he wrote for Inside Texas Magazine on July 21, 2010...

    Tim Bond Written by Tim Bond about almost 4 years ago 2,360 reads 13 comments

  4. College Football Coaches Being Fired Thanks To Softness

    What is wrong in today's college football?   Why are coaches getting fired for petty issues with certain players on their teams?   I am not talking about a coach beating the crap out of a player or anything like that...

    Tim Bond Written by Tim Bond about over 4 years ago 694 reads 4 comments

  5. 2009 Oklahoma Sooners: Special Teams

    In every season but one under Bob Stoops, the Oklahoma Sooners have been one of the top 20 programs in the nation in special teams play. In 2008, however, the special teams weren't so “special...

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  6. A Look at the 2009 Oklahoma Sooners: Defense

    Ever since the arrival of Bob Stoops, Oklahoma has been known as a program with a very respectable defense—until 2008, that is. In 2008, Oklahoma's defense was the poorest it has been in the Stoops era, finishing 68th overall...

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  7. A Look at the 2009 Oklahoma Sooners: Offense

    Leading into the 2009 season, the biggest question for Oklahoma's offense is who will start on the Sooners' offensive line...

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  8. The Big 12's Top Five Quarterbacks for 2009

    In 2008, the Big 12 had a great season when it comes to offensive output. These offenses were led by some very good quarterbacks that will not be back in 2009, like Graham Harrell and Chase Daniel...

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  9. Previewing The Oklahoma Sooners' Opponents: BYU

    BYU had a decent season in 2008. After being projected to be at the top of the Mountain West Conference last season, the Cougars ended the season in third place behind Utah and TCU, respectively...

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  10. Oklahoma Sooner Legend: Steve Owens

    Steve Owens was born December 9, 1947 in Gore, Oklahoma and was raised in Miami, Oklahoma. His love of Oklahoma Sooner football began when he was just six years old. It was at that time when Oklahoma started their amazing 47 game winning streak...

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  11. Oklahoma Sooner Legend: Granville Liggins

    Granville Liggins was born on June 2, 1946 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When he was younger, Granville succeeded at sports. No matter what the sport, he was exceptional. After he graduated high school, he attended the University of Oklahoma...

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  12. Oklahoma Sooner Legend: Billy Vessels

    Billy “Curly” Vessels was born on Mar. 22, 1931 in Cleveland, OK. At an early age, Billy found his niche in football, due to a very unstable family life...

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  13. Oklahoma Sooner Legend: Dr. Prentice Gautt

    Prentice Gautt was born on Feb. 8, 1939 in Oklahoma City, OK. In his early years, Gautt played high school football for Douglass High School in Oklahoma City...

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  14. Remembering Wayman Tisdale: A Sooner Legend

    Wayman Lawrence Tisdale was born on June 9, 1964 in Fort Worth, Texas. His father, Louis Tisdale, was a long time pastor of the Friendship Church in Tulsa, OK until he passed away in 1997...

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  15. The Ultimate NBA Dream Team

    As you all very well know, the NBA is the supreme league in the world when it comes to professional basketball. This league has produced players like Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, among others...

    Tim Bond Written by Tim Bond about 5 years ago 1,106 reads 8 comments

  16. Justin Chaisson: Should He Be Allowed in Norman?

    Should athletes who have a criminal history, convicted or not, be allowed to play college football? Should Bob Stoops and the University of Oklahoma continue to honor Justin Chaisson's commitment ...

    Tim Bond Written by Tim Bond about 5 years ago 2,689 reads 6 comments

  17. True Role Models: Athletes Who Did More

    We all know about Tim Tebow, Terrell Owens, Tiger Woods, and other well known sports figures. A lot of younger kids look up to them as role models, which is understandable...

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  18. SoonersNews.com's 2009 Oklahoma Football Preview: Post-Spring Edition

    2009 could be a very magical season for Oklahoma. They will be vying for yet another Big 12 and National Championship. After 2008 was complete, there were questions on which underclassmen were going to leave early and which would stay...

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  19. Oklahoma Sooner Athletics: Nothing Else Like It!

    When people think about the Oklahoma Sooner athletic department, the first thought they come to is football. And rightfully so. The football program from Norman, OK is matched by very few in this great country of ours...

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  20. Which Is the Better Basketball Job: Oklahoma or Arizona?

    Now, before everyone of you jump to conclusions, just stop, relax, and read on. Arizona has had a ton of success under their longtime coach, Lute Olson. Coach Olson went on to win 598 games for the Wildcats...

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  21. Contact Sport, Not Wrestling: The NCAA Needs To Curb the Excessive Play!

    When I was younger, I loved playing basketball. Like many of you, I would much rather have played at the local park against others, but sometimes had to settle for the driveway, alone, instead...

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  22. Dear NCAA: Something Smells Fishy About Pete Carroll's Coaching Disciples

    I know I will get criticized and hammered for what I am about to write about. But many outside of this certain university probably agree with me. Dear NCAA, You have two new coaches in your college ranks from one coaching tree...

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  23. SoonersNews.com Presents: The Top 15 Most Prestigious College Football Programs

    While I watched ESPN and their ramblings about who they felt were the most prestigious programs since 1936, I thought I would do the same just to see if it matches what ESPN did...

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  24. The Top 10 Active College Football Coaches

    College football has produced some of the most brilliant minds to ever coach the game of football. You can name coaches like Paul “Bear” Bryant, Bud Wilkinson, Tom Osborne, Bo Schembechler, Woody Hayes, and others to the list of the best coaches ever...

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  25. Previewing the 2009 Oklahoma Sooners

    What a great season the Oklahoma Sooners had in 2008. They fell short of their ultimate goal, but overall it was a very good season for the program...

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