Sunday, November 15, 2009
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Right now, there are countless articles being written by both professionals and amateurs on why Sam Bradford should have taken the money last year and why he should do it again this year.

It seems weird to mention this because with a few less injuries and a few more good breaks, OU could very well be undefeated and one of the top-ranked teams in the nation.

  A win against #24 Kansas this week this week will not bring back hopes of a BCS bowl. That goal has been wiped from the chalkboard. 

      Lose to the Jayhawks, and a season that finds OU in a tailspin could crash right on Kivisto field.

Thursday, 22 October 2009 17:01


Written by J. Robert Byrom

Sorry, I havent written much this week but I have gotten hit hard with family health issues this season but everything is cool and everyone os good just has put me way behind in everything. I should start writing again tonight or tommorrow meanwhile checkout this article that the nationalfootball post sent us to include on the site. J-Robert

Wednesday, 14 October 2009 04:15

Man In The Middle, Reynolds' Path To Redemption

Written by Logan Rogers
Many Sooner fans anxiously await word of Ryan Broyles status for this weeks contest with the Longhorns. Some of them feel that the sophomore WR will make the difference between glorious victory and the agony of defeat. I say, wrong Ryan.
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 01:40

Golden Hat Or Bust: One Last Shot At BCS For Oklahoma

Written by Logan Rogers
To the nation, the Red River Rivalry may have lost some of it's luster. To the Longhorns, they just want revenge for last years 'tie-break'. As for the Sooners, this game is life or death.

Unless you are blinded by your fan hood, it is easy to see that Oklahoma and Texas have lost a step this year.

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