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  • Sooners and their odds look better after rout of A&M 15 Nov 2009 | 10:08 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    NORMAN —Hate to do this on a weekend, but it's time for a pop quiz.

    We're going to do this in reverse.

  • PHOTOS: A Conteder for Oklahoma's Top Spot 15 Nov 2009 | 9:53 am Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    DUNCAN, Okla. - It's rare that it takes until the final game of an elite in-state prospect's junior year to get a first hand look at him. However in the case of Duncan offensive tackle Dylan Dismuke the talent was worth the wait. The 6-foot-7, 285-pound offensive tackle went toe to toe with fellow standout junior Kentrell Brothers of Guthrie. See how the two, as well as several talented teammates, fared on Friday night in this exclusive gallery

  • OU Sooners bounce back with 65-10 rout of Texas A&M 15 Nov 2009 | 9:41 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    Staff Writer

    NORMAN — Coming of its worst offensive performance of the year, Oklahoma came up with its best.

    One week after managing just a field goal in a 10-3 loss at Nebraska, the Sooners exploded for a season scoring high Saturday to pummel Texas A&M, 65-10.

    But the big question is, can the Sooners do it in Lubbock?

    We knew OU could put up the points at Owen Field.

    In five home games, the Sooners have scored 64, 45, 33, 42 and now 65.

  • DeMarco Murray, offense get back on track as OU routs Texas A&M 65-10 15 Nov 2009 | 9:02 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    NORMAN — Coming off a three-point performance in a loss at Nebraska, the Oklahoma offense was in desperate need of big plays in both the running and passing games.

  • Texas A&M return game gaffes gave OU momentum 15 Nov 2009 | 6:22 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    NORMAN — Going into the second quarter, Texas A&M was firmly in the game, down only 14-10 with Oklahoma about to punt.

    But that's when the Aggie return teams began a meltdown.

  • OU coach Bob Stoops uses three kickers, settles on Patrick O'Hara 15 Nov 2009 | 6:22 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    NORMAN — Bob Stoops hinted that a change could be coming at kicker after redshirt freshman punter/kicker Tress Way hit just one of his four attempts in Oklahoma's 10-3 loss to Nebraska last week.

  • Notebook: Texas A&M sack master Von Miller shut down by Sooners 15 Nov 2009 | 6:21 am RSS - sports >> %20ou


    Tight end Eric Mensik made his first start of the season in Saturday's win.

  • OU quoteboard: What they're saying about OU's 65-10 win over Texas A&M 15 Nov 2009 | 6:20 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    Staff Writer

    Coach Bob Stoops: "Offensively, we started a little slow, but then got things going.

  • Report card: High marks for OU running back DeMarco Murray 15 Nov 2009 | 6:20 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    DeMarco Murray: A+

    Had flashes of his explosive, healthy self with 223 all-purpose yards.

    OU defense: A-

    Quarterback Jerrod Johnson helped out by missing some open receivers

    Kickers: C

    Perhaps the more appropriate grade here would be an Incomplete; a work in progress.

    Landry Jones: B+

    Nice outing after Nebraska, but why was he left in the game so long?

    Adron Tennell: A

    Has recovered from early season woes; five catches, 76 yards, two TDs.

  • By the numbers: Sooners bowl eligible with win No. 6 15 Nov 2009 | 6:19 am RSS - sports >> %20ou


    Unanswered points for Oklahoma after leading 14-10.


    Passing yards for OU quarterback Landry Jones, a career high.


    Season victories for the Sooners, which makes them bowl eligible.


    Career interceptions for OU defensive back Jonathan Nelson.


    Total by which Sooners have outscored opponents in first quarter.

  • This time, OU's Brian Jackson able to outrun QB and score on fumble return 15 Nov 2009 | 6:19 am RSS - sports >> %20ou

    NORMAN — Brian Jackson wasn't going to let the quarterback get to him this time.

    On the opening possession of Oklahoma's 65-10 win over Texas A&M, Jackson scooped up a Texas A&M fumble at the Oklahoma 47-yard line, and had just Aggie quarterback Jerrod Johnson to beat.

  • Young Sooners Show Plenty Of Potential In Rout Of Mt. Saint Mary’s 14 Nov 2009 | 11:06 pm Crimson And Cream Machine

    Steven Pledger couldn't have asked for a better performace Saturday, except for maybe making that one missed three-point shot. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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    Steven Pledger couldn't have asked for a better performace Saturday, except for maybe making that one missed three-point shot. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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    Tiny Gallon was a high school McDonald's All-American as was Tommy Mason-Griffin. Steven Pledger wasn't but he still arrived in Norman with a ton of accolades. All three were exceptional in their Sooner debuts on Saturday but none more than Pledger who led the Sooners to a 95-71 win over Mount Saint Mary's.

    Tiny Gallon gave the Sooners a double-double in his regular season debut by scoring 18 points and grabbing, a Blake Griffin like, 15 rebounds. Unlike Griffin, Gallon went a perfect 6-6 from the charity stripe. Tommy Mason-Griffin scored 11 points and dished out four assists as well. Andrew Fitzgerald, another Oklahoma freshman, scored 14 points and grabbed 5 boards coming off the bench but it was Pledger leading all scorers with 21 points.

    Not only did Steven Pledger score nearly two dozen points, he did it on 8-9 shooting including 4-5 from three-point range.

    "I was just running around, basically playing off of Willie driving to the basket," Pledger said. "Whenever he drives, I'm just sneaking around. I know he knows where I'm at. ... It's easy to play with big-name guys."

    If Pledger keeps dropping off performances like this then he's going to quickly become one of those "big-name guys."

    It was obvious that Mt. Saint Mary's defensive strategy was to crash in on Willie Warren and make someone else beat them. That's precisely what…

  • Sooners Thrash Aggies, 65-10 14 Nov 2009 | 9:12 pm Crimson And Cream Machine


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    Landry Jones goes from 5 interceptions last week to 5 touchdowns this week. DeMarco Murray will make a run at the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week with 205 all-purpose yards. Oklahoma wrecked the wrecking crew defense with 6 offensive touchdowns and an average of 7.5 yards per play. Texas A&M had the Big 12's top offense coming into the game but only managed 152 yards against Oklahoma's defense.

    What the Aggies are saying.

  • Wrestling. Wrestlers Claim Impressive Title in Brockport, N.Y. 14 Nov 2009 | 8:44 pm Oklahoma News --

    The 18th-ranked University of Oklahoma wrestling team won its 11th straight Brockport/Oklahoma Gold Classic title Saturday over an impressive field that included 2009 NCAA runner-up Ohio State and sixth place finisher Edinboro. Additionally, three Sooners claimed individual titles and seven more garnered top-four finishes. "This was an outstanding team performance," head coach Jack Spates said. "Everybody battled hard and our guys recorded some big upsets and we had some clutch performances."

  • Kendrick makes his choice 14 Nov 2009 | 8:16 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    Once considered a near certainty to sign in the late period, elite perimeter prospect Jelan Kendrick of Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler High school has instead chosen to end his recruitment.

  • Football. Sooners Rout Texas A&M, 65-10 14 Nov 2009 | 7:58 pm Oklahoma News --

    Landry Jones passed for a career-high 392 yards and five touchdowns - two to DeMarco Murray - as Oklahoma became bowl-eligible with a 65-10 rout of Texas A&M on Saturday night.

  • Capel's Sooners Start Season with Lop-sided Win 14 Nov 2009 | 5:24 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - On an Oklahoma team featuring slick-shooting guard Willie Warren-who's been his team's top scorer at almost every level-Steven Pledger had no illusions of leading the Sooners in scoring in his first collegiate game. Pledger scored 21 points on 8-of-9 shooting as No. 17 Oklahoma's much-heralded freshman class lifted the Sooners to a 95-71 victory over Mount St. Mary's on Saturday

  • Oklahoma Goes Wild against A&M 14 Nov 2009 | 4:42 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    Oklahoma looked to rebound against Texas A&M in a game that many thought could provide a real threat to Bob Stoops' amazing home record on Owen Field. Carey Murdock was high atop Memorial Stadium in the press box giving his take on all the action as the game unfolds. Take a look at his minute-by-minutes thoughts as Oklahoma's 65-10 beating of the Aggies unfolded

  • Texas A&M At Oklahoma Football Game Thread 14 Nov 2009 | 4:00 pm Crimson And Cream Machine


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    Kickoff: 6:00 PM CST

    Location: Oklahoma Memorial Stadium | Live Radar

    TV: FSN

    Radio: Sooner Sports Radio Network

    At least we still have the nation's longest home winning streak going for us. The Sooners are playing for pride and anything better than Shreveport. Post all of your thoughts before, during and after the game here.

  • M. Basketball. Sooners Ink Top-30 High School Recruit Clark 14 Nov 2009 | 2:44 pm Oklahoma News --

    On the same day his team opened its season with a 95-71 victory over Mount St. Mary's, Oklahoma men's basketball head coach Jeff Capel announced the signing of the second member of OU's 2010 recruiting class in top-30 high school senior Cameron Clark.

  • Cross Country. Sooner Men Qualify for NCAA Championships 14 Nov 2009 | 2:26 pm Oklahoma News --

    The University of Oklahoma men's cross country team finished second at the NCAA Midwest Regional Saturday in Springfield, Mo., to earn an automatic bid to participate in the 2009 NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. on Nov. 23. With the performance, the team becomes the first in OU history to qualify for the NCAA Championships.

  • M. Basketball. Warren, Freshmen Power Sooners to 95-71 Victory 14 Nov 2009 | 2:17 pm Oklahoma News --

    Steven Pledger scored 21 points on 8-of-9 shooting and Oklahoma's much-heralded freshman class lifted the Sooners (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 17 AP) to a 95-71 victory over Mount St. Mary's on Saturday. Another freshman, Keith "Tiny" Gallon, had 18 points and 15 rebounds, while sophomore Willie Warren added 15 points and a career-high 11 assists for his first double-double for Oklahoma, which has won 23 of its last 25 season openers.

  • W. Volleyball. Volleyball Drops Texas Tech, 3-0 14 Nov 2009 | 12:37 pm Oklahoma News --

    The University of Oklahoma volleyball team got back in the win column Saturday morning, using the minimum sets to down Texas Tech (-15, -19, -21). The Sooners (18-8, 11-6 Big 12) got double-digit kill totals from two players and hit .241 as a team to down the Red Raiders (2-23, 0-16 Big 12).

  • Mt. Saint Mary’s At #17 Oklahoma Men’s Basketball Game Thread 14 Nov 2009 | 11:00 am Crimson And Cream Machine


    by Bill Waugh - AP

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    Tip Time: 1:07 PM CST

    Venue: Lloyd Noble  

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    Radio: KOKC AM 1520 in Oklahoma City, KTBZ AM 1430 in Tulsa


    Mount St. Mary's Projected Starters

     2008-09 Stats / Notes
     Kelly Beidler
     10.9 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 2.1 apg
     Shawn Atupem
     9.6 ppg, 3.5 rpg
     Kristijan Krajina
     First year at Mount St. Mary's
     Jean Cajou
     12.6 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 2.2 apg
     Jeremy Goode
     14.9 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 4.1 apg

    … W. Basketball. OU Faces No. 21 Georgia in Tough Road Battle 14 Nov 2009 | 9:13 am Oklahoma News --

    Oklahoma (No. 13 AP/No. 8 Coaches) takes its game on the road for a tough test against No. 21 Georgia at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Ga., Sunday. The game tips off at 1:30 p.m. Central and will broadcast live in the Oklahoma City area on KOKC AM 1520 with Brian Brinkley and Kendra Wecker calling the action.

    Exactly Who Are The Mt. Saint Mary’s Mountaineers? 13 Nov 2009 | 10:25 pm Crimson And Cream Machine

    Tiny Gallon takes the floor in a Sooner uniform Saturday against Mt. Saint Mary's in Oklahoma's first time in a regular season game. (AP Photo/Bill Waugh)

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    Tiny Gallon takes the floor in a Sooner uniform Saturday against Mt. Saint Mary's in Oklahoma's first time in a regular season game. (AP Photo/Bill Waugh)

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    Oklahoma hits the hardwood for keeps today for the first time of the 2009-10 season. Their opponent is Mount Saint Mary's from Emmitsburgh, Maryland. Before you write them off as a non-conference warm-up opponent there are some things that you need to know about them that actually qualifies them as a quality opponent. To help explain I'd like to introduce you to Greg Swatek, he covers the Mountaineers for the Frederick News-Post, who was gracious enough to help us get acclimated to OU's season opening opponent.

    CC Machine: Give us a general description of the Mt. Saint Mary's basketball team and what the expectations are for this season.

    GS: Expectations for the team are quite high. They were picked by the Northeast Conference coaches as the preseason No. 1 in the league. This is a team that went to the NCAA tournament in 2008 and won the play-in game. There are eight players from that team that are still on the roster, including five big contributors. Senior Jeremy Goode, a 5-9 speedy point guard, is generally considered to be the team's best player. The team does have some questions in the frontcourt. It doesn't have a player taller than 6-7 on the roster. The two main big men from last season graduated. Junior forward Shawn Atupem (6-7) is expected to be…

    W. Basketball. Women's Hoops Throttles Mercer 13 Nov 2009 | 8:14 pm Oklahoma News --

    Danielle Robinson and Amanda Thompson each scored 17 points and No. 13 Oklahoma opened the post-Courtney Paris era with a 108-66 win against Mercer on Friday night.Coming off the second Final Four appearance in school history, the Sooners (1-0) struggled for the first 7 1/2 minutes before taking the lead for good with a 15-0 run.

    Sooners Add New Basketball Commitment 13 Nov 2009 | 7:15 pm Crimson And Cream Machine

    Oklahoma may have lost out on the Harrison Barnes sweepstakes but that doesn't mean that the week left Jeff Capel empty handed. Oklahoma picked up a commitment from Denison, Texas guard T.J. Taylor.

    Taylor is 6-3, 205 lbs and was ranked as the nation's number 91st player for the 2010 class by Rivals. He averaged 27.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.0 steals per game last year and has been an All-State pick as well as his districts offensive player of the year the last two seasons.

    "T.J. is a strong left-handed guard who can play both guard positions. He's very physical and he can shoot it.  One of my favorite things about him is that he loves to play, he loves to compete." - Jeff Capel

    "I think the University of Oklahoma is getting possibly the best guard in Texas.  I think he's going to get even better at the next level." - Former Denison Head Coach Scott Curran

    Taylor is Oklahoma's third commitment for the 2010 class joining forwards Cameron Clark and Justin McCay.  

    McAlister favors Rams, Cowboys 13 Nov 2009 | 3:56 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    With the amount of available scholarships for the Colorado State football team to grant towards members of the 2010 class dwindling down, one prospect still on the Rams' radar is Del City (OK) wide receiver Chris McAlister. Come inside to hear what McAlister has to say about CS

    Barnes to Chapel Hill 13 Nov 2009 | 1:46 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    Coach Roy Williams had three recruiting targets in the 2010 class, and now he is three for three after snagging the No. 2-ranked prospect in the Rivals150, Harrison Barnes

    Aggie On Deck! 13 Nov 2009 | 10:31 am Crimson And Cream Machine



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    In preparation for tomorrow night's tilt against Texas A&M we've invited Beergut from SBN's Texas A&M site, I Am The 12th Man to join us and share some insight on the Aggies and this week's game.

    CC Machine: How bad did the Colorado loss hurt and what the heck happened to cause it?

    BG: It always hurts to lose a game you think you should win, especially when you manage to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory like we did. When you enter the 4th quarter with a 10 point lead, you should win the game, and we made enough mistakes in the 4th to lose it. The game hurts us in that we could have been riding a 3-game winning streak coming into Norman tomorrow; instead, we're coming off a disappointing loss. Coach Sherman says he tries to approach every win and loss the same, because you always have to move on and prepare for the next game. The Colorado loss removes out margin of error concerning bowl eligibility, because a win there would have been our sixth, and guaranteed postseason play for our team. Now, we will face three teams in a span of twelve days to play our way into bowl eligibility; we can expect to be favored in only one of those games, so we have our work cut out for us. We lost to Colorado because we failed to stop them on defense in the 4th quarter, and we turned the ball over twice, once on offense and once on special teams. We failed to do the little things that help you win games, like protect the football, and…

    W. Basketball. The Write Time and Space: Nov. 13 13 Nov 2009 | 10:03 am Oklahoma News --

    In basketball land there is an age old axiom that says: Everything looks pretty when the ball is going in. Unfortunately, the reverse of that--that all mistakes become glaringly obvious when it doesn't, is true as well. Thus we have noticed in our two dress rehearsals for the 2009-10 season.

    Finch Will be in Norman, Still other Visits? 13 Nov 2009 | 9:49 am Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    The Sooner Scoop for the week of November 13, 2009 has been released. The Scoop is a weekly look deep inside the Sooners recruiting effort, and is the site's most popular feature as it's one of the many features that is exclusively for Oklahoma fans. In this week's Scoop we take a look at an Army All-American taking a surprise visit to Norman and much mor

    M. Basketball. Men's Basketball Tips Off Season Saturday at 1 p.m. 13 Nov 2009 | 8:32 am Oklahoma News --

    Ranked No. 16 in ESPN/USA Today top-25 poll and No. 17 in the AP version, Oklahoma begins its 103rd season of varsity basketball (fourth under head coach Jeff Capel) when it hosts the Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers (19-14 last year) Saturday at 1 p.m. CST at Lloyd Noble Center.

    Williams knows line must be better 13 Nov 2009 | 7:36 am Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    There aren't always a lot of answers when things go wrong. Things often happen in football games, especially mistakes, that don't have easy answers. But that doesn't mean fans and media will stop asking why it's gone wrong. That was the case for senior leader Trent Williams when he met with members of the media this week to talk about the penalties and mistakes happening on the offensive line

    Hayes will get more than most from his visit 12 Nov 2009 | 3:06 pm Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    There has never been any denying that official visits are almost unanimously enjoyed by the high school prospects that take them. Long-time Sooner commitment Quentin Hayes plans to get even more out of his visit than most of his counterparts on Oklahoma's big visit weeken

    SBN Big 12 Roundtable – Make The Pain Stop! 12 Nov 2009 | 12:59 pm Crimson And Cream Machine

    Oklahoma's passing attack has been painful to watch at times this season. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

    by Orlin Wagner - AP

    Oklahoma's passing attack has been painful to watch at times this season. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

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    I'm back! Pardon my absence from the blogosphere but until running the Crimson And Cream Machine pays the bills I have to work the real job which requires traveling to Central/South America from time to time. I'd like to say thanks to dishingoutdimes for carrying the torch for me while I was gone. Great job!  

    Now, on to this week's roundtable discussion and you know the drill. Add your thoughts in the conversation by using the comments section below. Thanks to I Am The 12th Man for hosting this week!

    1. We are three-fourths of the way through the season now, with either 2 or 3 games remaining for your respective teams. What players have surprised you, what players have disappointed you this year?

    Offensively, I've actually been surprised with Ryan Broyles. We saw what he was capable of doing last season but didn't know how he would handle being the go-to guy. Its safe to state that he's been the lone bright spot on Oklahoma's this season. Especially when you consider how bad the other receivers have been.

    As far as disappointments go for me let's just sum it up by naming every other offensive player other than Broyles.

    Defensively Jeremy Beal has been amazing to watch. With all the talent and pro-stock on this unit he has been the shinning star on what has…

    Venables keeping his defense ready 12 Nov 2009 | 10:36 am Oklahoma Sooners Football: Headlines

    In 2009, Brent Venables has fielded one of his finest units as the defensive coordinator at Oklahoma. But unfortunately for the Sooners, injuries to the offensive side of the ball have kept the defense from receiving their due. Venables talked about holding his defense together through everything that's happened on the offensive side of the ball

    Rumor: OU Will Wear Nike Pro Combat Uni's Against Tech 12 Nov 2009 | 9:07 am Crimson And Cream Machine

    An example of what the gloves may look like.

    An example of what the gloves may look like.

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    From NewsOK:

    The Sooners will be wearing specially designed, state-of-the-art Nike uniforms called Nike Pro Combat, which the company calls "football's lightest system of dress ever created.

    To which I say, why not give the players more padding, given all of these injuries.

    A couple of notes about the rumored uni's:

    • The gloves will sport the word "Sooner" on the left wrist, and "Magic" on the right wrist.
    • The helmet will be white, with a crimson stripe, and a gray facemask.
    • When you create the "triangle" with your hands to catch a pass, you will be able to see an OU logo faintly in the glove material.
    Of course, this is all unconfirmed, so I wouldn't say anything is official yet. Although, if they really are wearing them for Tech, then I guess we would be hearing about it pretty soon. Plus, I doubt someone would have spent the time and effort into "Photoshopping" all that stuff onto the gloves.

    A Bad Season Gets Worse - Two More Major Injuries 10 Nov 2009 | 12:40 am Crimson And Cream Machine

    Brody Eldridge, shown here, was one of the Sooners' best blockers. He gets added to a long list of injuries for OU. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

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    Brody Eldridge, shown here, was one of the Sooners' best blockers. He gets added to a long list of injuries for OU. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

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    Brody Eldridge, considered OU's best all-around blocker, and Auston English, a standout defensive end, are both out for the season according to Bob Stoops.

    In a cruel twist of irony, Eldridge wound up with almost exactly the same injury as Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Sam Bradford. The Oklahoman explains:

    Eldridge suffered an AC sprain to his shoulder, similar to the injury that eventually knocked quarterback Sam Bradford out for the year. Eldridge tried to come back and play with the injury in the third quarter but only lasted a series.

    Auston English, meanwhile, ruptured a tendon in his ankle in the first quarter. He will undergo season ending surgery on Tuesday morning.

    This makes 9 OU starters that have been injured on the year, and four that have had their seasons cut short.

    You hate to make excuses for poor performance, but this is just getting absurd.

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