Sooners open football camp Friday

By MIKE HOUCK
SoonerSports.com
NORMAN–In his first year as Oklahoma’s head coach in 2017, Lincoln Riley led OU to a Big 12 title, a No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff and a final No. 3 national ranking. On Friday morning, year No. 2 of the Riley era got underway with a two-hour, 20-minute practice at OU’s rugby fields. Continue reading “Sooners open football camp Friday”

Mixon loses weight, aims for bigger role as Bengals’ back

By JOE KAY, AP Sports Writer
CINCINNATI (AP) — Joe Mixon took a handoff from Andy Dalton and found the hole off right guard for a 25-yard run in the first quarter of a game at Pittsburgh on Oct. 22. The Bengals lost 29-14, falling to 2-4. For Mixon, it would be the longest run of his rookie season. Continue reading “Mixon loses weight, aims for bigger role as Bengals’ back”

9 Sooners earn scholastic All-America status

By LINDSEY MORRISON
SoonerSports.com
NORMAN– Nine members of the 2018 Oklahoma women’s gymnastics team have added to an already impressive season for the Sooners as they received Scholastic All-America honors from the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA). Continue reading “9 Sooners earn scholastic All-America status”

Cardinals counting on a healthy Bradford, never a sure thing

By BOB BAUM, AP Sports Writer
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — If he stays healthy.

Those words have shadowed Sam Bradford through most of his injury-plagued eight seasons in the NFL.

And it looms large again as the 30-year-old quarterback went through the first practice of Arizona Cardinals training camp Saturday.

“I think you have to be optimistic,” he said. “I think if you’re not optimistic, then the odds of staying healthy and the odds of playing well, they’re probably not that great.”

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Viney returns to OU football staff

By MIKE HOUCK
SoonerSports.com
NORMAN– University of Oklahoma head football coach Lincoln Riley announced Friday the return of Courtney Viney to the Sooners’ staff. Viney will serve as the program’s recruiting analyst after spending last year at Nevada as cornerbacks coach. Continue reading “Viney returns to OU football staff”