Friday, July 1, 2016

Ex-Baylor Signee Parrish Cobb Signs With Oklahoma

Parrish Cobb originally signed with Baylor in February but was released from his Letter of Intent following the firing of coach Art Briles. Friday, he signed with Oklahoma.

Cobb, a native of Waco, Texas, is a four-star defensive back and the No. 12 cornerback in the class of 2016 according to Rivals. He was one of five players Baylor first released from their commitments after the hiring of acting coach Jim Grobe. (Yahoo! SportsMORE: "It's not about Coach Briles, it's about trying to put Parrish in the right situation to be successful," Cobb's father, Collis, told the Tribune-Herald. "It's not the right environment for our son."

Parrish Cobb Highlights

Thursday, June 30, 2016

CB Jordan Thomas Arrested Early Thursday Morning

Oklahoma starting cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested early Thursday morning on public intoxication, interfence and assault & battery complaints, according to Cleveland County Sheriff's Office records.

This is Thomas' second arrest in eight months, he was arrested in December for failure to appear in court for traffic violations.

Thomas, who was named to All-Big 12 first team in 2015 by ESPN, is Oklahoma's only returning starting cornerback this season.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Dusty Dvoracek Joins ESPN's College Football Coverage

Dusty Dvoracek, a former OU and Chicago Bears defensive tackle, said he has been hired by ESPNU to be analyst on college football game broadcasts and studio shows.

Dvoracek said he expects to work a full slate of college games on Saturdays and handle a variety of ESPNU college football shows from the network's studio in Charlotte, N.C.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Bob Stoops Impressed With OU Softball's Championship Run

Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops took time to answer a few questions from The Oklahoman while attending game 1 of the WCWS Finals.

From The Oklahoman:
Q. What's your impression of this OU softball team?
A. "I love watching them. It's fun. This is an exciting game to watch. I might want to watch it more than baseball. It goes a little quicker for my pace. I want things happening, and they do a good job."
Q. What do you make of this 31-game win streak?
A. "Again, give Patty and her staff for being able to touch the right buttons. And her team, to receive the right message and want to play the way they do and with a young team. You've got to give them all the credit in the world. They're on a great run, and I just wish them the best of luck finishing. They can do it."

The Sooners play Auburn in game 2 of WCWS tonight at 7 p.m./CT on ESPN and Wednesday (game 3 if necessary) at 6 p.m./CT on ESPN.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Friday, June 3, 2016

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