1. Texas Football: Longhorns Can Be a Savior for the Big 12

    The Big 12 Conference seems to be on its death bed. With Colorado making an official announcement of their move to the Pac-10 and reports of Nebraska off to the Big Ten, the Big 12 seems to be dead...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about 4 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  2. Why Oklahoma Will Beat Oklahoma State

    It has been a long year for the Oklahoma Sooners. The injury-plagued, 6-5 Sooners are now looking to not be a .500 team as they play the Oklahoma State Cowboys (9-2) on Saturday...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about over 4 years ago 248 reads 5 comments

  3. I Refuse to Buy Into The Oklahoma State Hype

    College football season is just around the corner. As every player and fan prepares for the season there always seem to be one team that will come into the season as a dark horse. This season that team is Oklahoma State...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 5 years ago 377 reads 20 comments

  4. Sam Bradford Deserves a Heisman

    Sam's the man as Oklahoma fans would call him, and he really is the man. Sure he had a good season last year, but this year he has blown up the stat book to help OU get to a Big 12 Championship...

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  5. 45-35 Has Become a Texas Longhorn Addiction

    Just because the presidential election is over doesn't mean that politics are done with. As everyone knows, OU, Texas, and Texas Tech are all in a tie. Texas took care of business vs...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about over 5 years ago 1,723 reads 6 comments

  6. What's So Great About The Red River Rivalry?

    There are so many great rivalries is college football. You got Army-Navy, Notre Dame-USC, Ohio State-Michigan, The Border Showdown, and no one can ever forget about The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 1,521 reads 16 comments

  7. DeMarcus Granger of the Oklahoma Sooners Needs Surgery for Injured Foot

    DeMarcus Granger, Oklahoma's defensive tackle, will need surgery on some torn ligaments in his right foot. Granger suffered the foot injury in the Sooners 55-14 win over Washington last Saturday...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 464 reads 0 comments

  8. Pac-10 Team + Pac-10 Refs = Some Bad Memories

    The Oklahoma Sooner football season has started out great. The win over Chattanooga shouldn't really count, but the win against Cincinnati was great. Sam Bradford has not disappointed and Ryan Broyles has become one of his big targets...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 333 reads 0 comments

  9. 2008 Oklahoma Football Preview: Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

    Preseason practice continues for the Oklahoma Sooners football team. As they prepare for the first game, many returning starters from the wide receiver position come back, but how will they ...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 1,713 reads 1 comments

  10. 2008 Oklahoma Football Preview: Running Backs

    Practice has officially started for the Oklahoma Sooners. Only 3 1/2 weeks until the season opener vs. Chattanooga. Today's preview for the 2008 season is about OU's running backs and how will 2 different running backs will help the Sooners...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 1,367 reads 5 comments

  11. 2008 Oklahoma Football Preview: Quarterbacks

    As football practices starts all around the college football country, so does practice for the Oklahoma Sooners, as they start their mission for a third straight Big 12 Championship and another national title...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about almost 6 years ago 1,492 reads 2 comments

  12. 2008 Sooners Football: Another Championship or Another Disappointment?

    We are now in August, just a month from the Oklahoma football season opener vs. UT-Chattanooga on August 30th. The 2008 season could be the one for the ages...

    Burgess Shaw Written by Burgess Shaw about 6 years ago 318 reads 2 comments