Friday, August 26, 2016

Dakota Austin to Start at Cornerback

OU defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said Dakota Austin is the likely starter at the cornerback spot opposite Jordan Thomas in the season opener.

"Dakota played well for us all last year and we look for him to go out and do the same this year," Stoops said.

Austin and Michiah Quick have competed for the job throughout the preseason. Barring injury both will play against Houston.

Guard Jamal Danley No Longer With Team

Redshirt senior guard Jamal Danley is no longer playing football, coach Bob Stoops announced Wednesday night.

Danley, who appeared in one game last season, decided to stop playing the sport after suffering multiple concussions. He was expected to compete with Cody Ford for the starting left guard spot.

“He just had several of those and didn't feel it was best for him to continue to go,” Stoops said of Danley's multiple concussions.

Wrestling: Ryan Millhof Plans to Transfer From Oklahoma

Ryan Millhof, who placed seventh at 125lbs for OU, said he has requested a release from the school.

He's the first athlete to leave after a string of departures from the coaching and training staff. Three former Sooners -- all NCAA champions -- have left the program. Cody Brewer and Andrew Howe both went to Northwestern and Kendric Maple just signed on as assistant coach at Purdue.

Mark Cody, who led the Sooner coaching staff for five years, stepped down earlier this month. Long-time assistant Michael Lightner was named interim head coach.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray, WR Zach Farrar to Play Baseball

The Oklahoma baseball team announced their 2016 recruiting class on Wednesday, which included two OU football players.

Texas A&M transfer Kyler Murray might be best known to Sooner fans as the quarterback who announced his transfer to OU around the same time former OU quarterback and 2014 Sugar Bowl MVP Trevor Knight was announcing his transfer to A&M, but Murray didn’t come to OU for football alone.

OU Announces Partnership With TuneIn

University of Oklahoma sports fans will be able to listen to live streaming and on-demand audio broadcasts for free this season as OU and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield's Sooner Sports Properties, announced Wednesday a multi-year partnership with TuneIn, the world's largest audio network.

The new streaming agreement between Learfield and TuneIn provides Oklahoma fans complimentary access to a dedicated Sooner Network channel to find game action and related OU sports programming. TuneIn will air live football and men's basketball games, as well as coaches shows, at no cost. TuneIn's Sooner Network channel will also air live select women's basketball, baseball, softball and other game broadcasts throughout the season. All OU athletics events that are broadcast via radio will be available for free via TuneIn, or a Sooner Sports Network affiliate's website. Specific radio broadcast information for each event will be communicated via

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Four Sooners on Senior Bowl Watch List

Four Oklahoma seniors — linebacker Jordan Evans, safety Ahmad Thomas and wide receivers Geno Lewis and Dede Westbrook — are on the Senior Bowl watch list.

The watch list includes more than 400 players from every level of college football. Eventually, the Senior Bowl will fill 110 roster spots combined for the North and South teams.

The Senior Bowl will be held Jan. 28 in Mobile, Ala. (The Oklahoman)

Defensive Lineman Matt Romar Enters Concussion Protocol

Defensive tackle Matt Romar, who started 12 games last season, is in concussion protocol after suffering an injury early in practice.

“I think in day two he went down,” Sooners defensive line coach Calvin Thibodeaux said. “In those two days, he looked pretty dang good.”

Monday, August 22, 2016

Bob Stoops Announces 2016 Captains

University of Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops announced Monday evening that quarterback Baker Mayfield, running back Samaje Perine, linebacker Jordan Evans and safety Ahmad Thomas will serve as 2016 team captains. The players were selected in a team vote this past weekend.

"These four guys have been excellent leaders for us on and off the field and represent our program in an extremely positive manner with the example they set every day," said Stoops, whose team is ranked No. 3 in the preseason AP and Amway Coaches polls. "They also have a great pulse of the team and will govern everyone in a positive way."

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