Showing posts with label Red White Game. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Red White Game. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

OU Spring Game Set For April 8

Kickoff for the 2017 OU Spring Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is set for 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 8 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.

OU Football season ticket holders will receive information on how they can reserve their free tickets for the contest with their 2017 ticket renewal packet. The deadline for all Sooner Club donations is March 31, and the season-ticket renewal deadline is April 12.

Season ticket holders are eligible to request the same number of seats for the OU Spring Game as they have for regular season games. University of Oklahoma students will also receive free admission to the game by showing a current OU ID at the gate. Sooner Jr. Kids Club members will also receive complimentary admission.

OU Spring Game tickets will be available for purchase on Wednesday, Feb. 8 beginning at 8 a.m. CT. Fans can purchase $5 seats here or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at (800) 456-4668 (online orders subject to nominal convenience fee at time of purchase). Additional fees may apply.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Oklahoma QBs Impressive in Spring Game

Last season's Heisman hopeful Baker Mayfield and new Sooner Kyler Murray performed well in Saturday's Red-White Spring Game at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman.

Mayfield completed 13 of 18 passes for 142 yards, and Murray connected on 6 of 10 throws for 136 yards. Murray also threw for two touchdowns and ran for another.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Friday, April 12, 2013

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

OU Spring Game Will Be Televised

Sooner Sports TV will broadcast the OU Spring Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking on Saturday, April 13, live on FOX Sports Southwest and FOX College Sports. A full four hours of coverage will begin with a pregame show at noon from the Big Boomer BBQ. Jessica Coody will host alongside special guests Chuck Long, J.D. Runnels and Tony Casillas.

Kickoff for the game is slated for 2 p.m., with continuing coverage including postgame reaction airing until 4 p.m. (time permitting). Chad McKee and Joel Klatt will call the contest with commentary and analysis from Long, Runnels and Casillas. Additional coverage will also be available on and SoonerSports.TV.

Colvin, Millard Not Expected to Play in Spring Game

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said he doesn't expect that senior cornerback Aaron Colvin or fullback Trey Millard — and maybe some other experienced seniors — will play much in Saturday's spring game.

“I'm not much on guys that have played a lot of football. … Aaron Colvin, I don't want to see out there,” Stoops said. “Trey Millard can't be out there. I don't know how much (running backs) Damien (Williams) or Brennan (Clay) will play. Those guys have played a ton of football for us. I don't believe in seniors being out there much. In our other scrimmages they have played very little.” (The Oklahoman)

Sunday, April 7, 2013

OU Spring Football Game Format Set

Oklahoma will stick with a similar spring-game scoring format as last year's, pitting the offense against the defense instead of drafting two separate teams.

The offense will receive the traditional six points for touchdowns, one for extra points and three for field goals.

The defense gets six for defensive touchdowns, three for fourth-down stops, turnovers and missed field goals, and two points for three-and-outs.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Football: Autograph Session to Follow Spring Game

Fans will get the opportunity to meet their favorite Sooners players on April 13 as a free 45-minute autograph session will follow the University of Oklahoma Spring Football Game on Owen Field. The autograph session will be available only to those fans who attend the game. No post-game-only access will be permitted.

Kickoff for the OU Spring Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is set for 2 p.m. on April 13, while gates open at 12:30 p.m. Advance tickets are currently available for $5 online or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office by calling (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at (800) 456-4668. The price will increase to $10 on April 10.

All seating is general admission for the Spring Game. A Spring Game program will be available for purchase, as will stadium seats. The Gomer Jones Center will be open for medical care.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Spring Game Set for 2 p.m.

NORMAN, Okla. - Kickoff for the University of Oklahoma Spring Football Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is set for 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Advance tickets are currently available for $5 online or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free at (800) 456-4668. The price will increase to $10 on April 10.

The OU Spring Game presented by U.S. Fleet Tracking is part of a full day of activities slated for that date, including the second annual Big Boomer BBQ and the OU Spring Sale. Fans can enjoy a variety of local barbecue while also enjoying live music and kids' amusement rides.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Annual Spring Football Game Set For April 13th

NORMAN, Okla. - The University of Oklahoma will conduct its annual Spring Football Game on Saturday, April 13 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The Spring Game, presented by US Fleet Tracking, is part of a full day of activities slated for that date.

A tentative time, ticketing information and a full slate of events will be announced in the coming weeks once plans are finalized. The day will kick off with the second annual Big Boomer BBQ held immediately north of the stadium.

Fans can enjoy a variety of local barbecue while also enjoying live music and kids' amusement rides. In addition, the OU Spring Sale will feature a number of vendors selling a wide variety of apparel and Sooners' merchandise.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Spring Game Moved to 1:30

Red-White game moved to 1:30 due to weather: Kickoff for Oklahoma football's annual Spring Game on Saturday, April 14, has been moved up to 1:30 p.m., 30 minutes earlier than previously scheduled. Stadium gates will open at 12:00 p.m. (University PR)

OU Adjusts Saturday Schedule Due to Weather
Sooners Have Contingency Plan For Severe Weather

Friday, April 13, 2012

OU Adjusts Saturday Schedule Due to Weather

Per University of Oklahoma Athletics Department
The schedule for the inaugural Big Boomer BBQ has been adjusted slightly. Saturday's festivities will now begin at 10:30 a.m. immediately north of Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. At that time, live music from Banana Seat, kids' amusement rides and the OU Spring Merchandise Sale will all commence.  
The Autograph Zone of the Big Boomer BBQ has been removed from Saturday's itinerary, but a free, 45-minute post-game autograph session with OU football players remains on the schedule. The autograph session will be available only to those fans who attend the game. No post-game-only access will be permitted. 
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SEE ALSO: OU Spring Game: Sooners Have Contingency Plan For Severe Weather

Stoops Changes Spring Game Scoring System

Coach Stoops changes OU's spring game scoring system: Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops announced the scoring system, which he said he is borrowing from an old nemesis, for Saturday's Spring Game. The offense's scoring will be standard. Defense will get six points and an extra-point attempt for touchdowns, but will also get three points for fourth-down stops, missed field goals and turnovers, and will be awarded two points for sacks. “I stole the scoring system from Coach (Chris) Petersen at Boise,” Stoops said. “He and I were talking the other day about how we do it. (The Oklahoman)

Thursday, April 12, 2012

OU Spring Game: Sooners Have Contingency Plan For Severe Weather

Spring game will be moved to Monday if can't be played on Saturday: With reports of possible severe weather, including talk of tornadoes, Stoops was asked about any contingency plans for Saturday's Spring Game. “You see how often those guys are wrong?” Stoops asked, referring to meteorologists. “Not to offend anybody ... If I had the same percentage they've got, I wouldn't have a job.” Stoops said if the weather does become too severe to play, the Spring Game would be canceled and the team would probably hold a private scrimmage Monday. “(We'll play) as long as it's reasonable,” Stoops said. “We're not going to endanger kids or fans if it's anything that's bad, but otherwise we'll go at it." (The Oklahoman)

Saturday, April 17, 2010

White Team Wins in Shutout

NORMAN, Okla. -- Landry Jones completed 17 of 34 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns to lead the White team to a 23-0 win over the Red in Oklahoma's Spring Football Game, Saturday.

A crowd of 16,481 braved the steady rain and chilly temperatures to watch the event.

Jones, the first pick in the team's Thursday draft, tossed scoring strikes of five yards to tight end Trent Ratterree and 31 yards to Kenny Stills to go with three Jimmy Stevens field goals.

"Landry is gaining maturity and you can see that he's more sure of himself," said OU Head Coach Bob Stoops. "He made some nice throw and kept moving his team down the field.

The Sooner coach was mostly happy with his team's performance.

"The weather conditions were bad so when you factor in those things, I thought we had a solid day," he said. "It wasn't perfect by any means, but it was good overall. I wish we could have had a nicer day, but I wish that more for the fans than anybody."

Stevens started the scoring with 7:11 left in the first quarter on a 39-yard field goal to cap a 13-play, 53-yard drive.

He tacked on a 31-yarder with 2:14 left in the first frame to up the score to 6-0 before Jones and tight end Trent Ratterree hooked up on a five-yard touchdown pass with 6:14 left in the second quarter. It came at the end of a 19-play, 72-yard drive. Stevens added the extra point to extend the lead to 13-0.

Stevens then made a 27-yard field goal with 3:45 remaining in the half and the White held a 16-0 advantage at the intermission.

The lone score of the second half came with 6:13 left in the game when Jones and Stills hooked up on the 31-yard play.

Redshirt freshman fullback Marshall Musil paced the White's running attack with 29 carries for 92 yards. OU's top returning rusher, DeMarco Murray, saw his only duty in catching punts.

Stills, who transferred to OU in January after completing his fall semester of high school, led all receivers with six grabs for 84 yards and was impressive in his Sooner debut.

Defensive players were not allowed to hit the quarterbacks and were awarded sacks when they touched the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage. Jeremy Beal racked up five sacks as a member of the White team.

The leading tackler in the game was the Red team linebacker Jaydan Bird.

The White team will be the beneficiary of the Winner Dinner Monday night. As the winning team, its participants will feast on steak. The losing Red squad will dine one hot dogs and baked beans.

OU will hold the last of its 15 spring practices for this year on Monday afternoon.

Jones: 17-34/211 yards, 2 TD (5 yards to Ratterree, 31 yards to Stills)
Sherrard: 0-1/0 yards

Allen: 10-22/137 yards, 2 INT
Nimmo: 3-7/57 yards

Stills: 6/84 yards, 1 TD (31)
Ratterree: 4/41, 1 TD (5)
Kenney: 4/31
New: 2/17
Miller: 1/38

Broyles: 4/69
Whaley: 3/21
Reynolds: 2/65
Hellard: 1/16
Caro: 1/10
L. Johnson: 1/9
Hanna: 1/4

Musil 92 yds on 29 carries
Whaley 0 yds on 4 carries
Jones - (-3) yds on 6 carries
Weakley - 0 yards on 4 carries

Whaley - 50 yds on 10 carries
Madu - 1 yd on 3 carries
Broyles -10 yds on 1 carry
Allen - (-33) yds on 6 carries
Nimmo - (-43) yds on 5 carries

Red Tackles
J. Bird - 6.5
D. Hurst - 6
F. Alexander - 5
J. Harris - 5
A. Box - 3.5
L. Harris - 3.5
S. Proctor - 3
T. Jefferson - 2
P. Macon - 2
S. McGee - 2
T. Wort - 2
J. Nelson - 1.5
J. Brown - 1.0
J. Chaisson - 1
J. McFarland - 1

White Tackles
Q. Carter - 5.5
G. Lynn - 5
T. Lewis - 4
R.J. Washington - 3.5
J. Fleming - 2
M. Trice - 2
D. Serruto - 1.5
J. Beal - 1
R. Lewis - 1

White Sacks
J. Beal - 5 (-30)
T. Lewis - 2 (-23)
J. Ibiloye - 2 (-11)
D. Serruto - 1 (-9)
E. Lee - 1 (-8)

Red Sacks
P. Macon - 2 (-4)
T. Wort - 1 (-3)
F. Alexander - 1 (-2)

TFL (Yards Lost)
J. McFarland - 2 (-3)
R. Lewis - 1 (-8)
T. Wort - 1 (-2)
P. Macon - 1 (-1)
J. Chaisson - 1 (-1)

J. Fleming - 3
D. Hurst - 2
J. Nelson - 1
A. Box - 1
J. Beal - 1
J. Finch - 1

Int (Yards)
Q. Carter - 1 (23)
G. Lynn - 1 (NR)

White FF
R. Lewis - 1

White FR
J. Bell - 1

Scoring Summary


Stevens, Jimmy 39-yard field goal

13 plays, 53 yards, TOP 4:09, WHITE 3 - RED 0

Stevens, Jimmy 31-yard field goal

10 plays, 65 yards, TOP 3:01, WHITE 6 - RED 0

Ratteree, Trent 5-yard reception from Jones, Landry (Stevens kick good)

19 plays, 72 yards, TOP 7:46, WHITE 13 - RED 0

Stevens, Jimmy 27-yard field goal

8 plays, 15 yards, TOP 2:23, WHITE 16 - RED 0

Stills, Kenny 31-yard reception from Jones, Landry (Stevens kick good)

6 plays, 69 yards, TOP 1:39, WHITE 23 - RED 0

Temperature: 55F
Wind: NNE at 12 mph
Weather: Overcast, rain.
Attendance: 16,481


Monday, April 13, 2009

Recruits Attend Red/White Game

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Sooners wear wristbands in support of Corey Wilson: Several Sooners wore new rubber wristbands during the scrimmage. The bands are red and blue, and on the front is the yellow Superman logo. The wristbands were a gift handed out by Sooner Corey Wilson, who watched from a wheelchair on the sideline. Wilson was paralyzed in a February car accident and has begun full rehab with hopes of walking someday. "It's tough, man," linebacker Travis Lewis said. "We have to keep his spirits up. We have to be strong for him." (Tulsa World)

Updated Depth Chart: The Oklahoman has updated their projected fall OU Depth Chart.

Prospective recruits attend Red/White game: Dozens of high-profile recruits were in attendance, including at least three five-star prospects and more than a dozen four-star prospects, as rated by Among the most coveted recruits in the stands was defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat of Plano, Texas (he was there with his father, former Dallas defensive end Jim Jeffcoat), wide receiver Darius White and quarterback Blake Bell -- already an OU verbal commitment. Tulsa Central running back DeMarco Cobbs, rated as the top overall player in Oklahoma, also was in Norman. (Tulsa World)

Bradford adjusting to being role model: USA Today

Sam Bradford a true hero: The Oklahoman

What we learned about OU in spring: The Oklahoman

Oklahoma eyes QBs to back up Bradford: Tulsa World

Sooners felt right for Bell: Wichita Eagle

OU Red-White Game Positives and Negatives: Crimson and Cream Machine

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Sam Bradford Praises Offensive Line

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Red/White Injury Report: Players expected out and/or doubtful for Oklahoma's Red/White game.

- Linebacker Keenan Clayton (ankle)
- Linebacker Brandon Crow (knee)
- Tight end Brody Eldridge (ankle)
- Offensive guard Stephen Good (shoulder)
- Cornerback Jonathan Nelson (shoulder)
- Defensive tackle Adrian Taylor (back)

- Linebacker Austin Box (elbow)
- Defensive end Auston English (knee/ankle)
- Defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger (back)
- Defensive tackle Cordero Moore (knee)
- Running back DeMarco Murray (hamstring)
- Linebacker Ryan Reynolds (knee)

Bradford praises offensive line for his protection: Quarterback Sam Bradford gushed about the protection he'd been receiving. "I think those guys have done a great job," last season's Heisman Trophy winner said. "They've come in and have to play against one of the best defensive lines in the country every day and they’re still having to learn. But in my opinion, they've done a great job protecting me this spring." Bradford also said the group was further along in digesting the no-huddle offense than last year's unit. (The Oklahoman)

Jones' performance 'like night, day': The Oklahoman

Young players to watch at today's Red-White game: The Oklahoman

Why the spring is great: The Oklahoman

Witness says 'The Boz' used CPR on man: The Oklahoman

OU seeks helping hands: Tulsa World

Red/White on line: Norman Transcript

Bradford's return means everything to OU: Dallas Morning News