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    NewsOK NewsOK: OU football: Trevor Knight's unimpressive performance nothing to worry about

    BY JASON KERSEY NORMAN — Eight months after subpar spring game performances, Jason White and Sam Bradford won the 2003 and 2008 Heisman Trophies, respectively. So Oklahoma fans concerned after Trevor Knight’s showing in Saturday’s Red-White Game probably should take a deep breath. ...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: Whitney Wofford wanted to reach out and touch someone

    By Jenni Carlson, Staff Writer NORMAN — Whitney Wofford bounced around the football practice field going from one group of kids to another, offering high fives and smiles. The kids didn’t know who the bright-eyed, long-haired blonde was. Read more on NewsOK.com

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    NewsOK NewsOK: OU basketball: Guard Je'lon Hornbeak decides to transfer

    By Ryan Aber NORMAN — After being supplanted in the starting lineup as a sophomore, Oklahoma guard Je’lon Hornbeak has decided to transfer. “I met with Coach (Lon) Kruger, and he was understanding of my desire for a fresh start,” Hornbeak said in a statement. Read more on...

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    SoonerSports.com SoonerSports: Sooner Report: Takeaways from Spring.

    April 15th, 2014 07:02 PM After 14 practices sessions, and a spring game, we know more about Coach Stoops' squad than we did at the outset of spring practice. More at SoonerSports.com.

    Jenni 5‎, Today 06:20 PM
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    NewsOK NewsOK: Oklahoma basketball: Guard Je'lon Hornbeak to transfer

    OU men's basketball coach Lon Kruger announced Tuesday that sophomore guard Je'lon Hornbeak has decided to transfer. Hornbeak, an Arlington, Texas, native, played in 61 games in two seasons as a Sooner, averaging 5.4 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. Read more on NewsOK.com

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    Football Brainiacs Football Brainiacs: Sophomore Guard, Je’lon Hornbeak, To Transfer

    The rumors of a possible Je'lon Hornbeak transfer finally confirmed. More...

    Jenni 5‎, Today 06:20 PM
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    NewsOK NewsOK: PastaGate in the past? NCAA takes step to give athletes unlimited food

    Ryan Aber The NCAA received some heat when The Oklahoman reported on secondary violations by the University of Oklahoma that included the school giving three athletes an impermissible amount of food—too much pasta at a luncheon honoring graduating athletes. Because Gabe Ikard, Austin...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: Oklahoma hoops set to play home-and-home with Creighton

    Ryan Aber It probably won’t have the allure it would’ve had last season now that the Blue Jays won’t have Doug McDermott but Oklahoma and Creighton will start a home-and-home next season with a game in Omaha, the Omaha World-Herald reported Tuesday. Creighton will visit Norman in 2015....

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    Football Brainiacs Football Brainiacs: Open Post | Tuesday/Wednesday, April 15th/16th

    Daily updates. Also, please use this post to add any updates from today that you come across. More...

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    ESPN ESPN: Big 12 roundtable: 2015 recruiting

    Jake Trotter - April 15th, 2014 12:30 PM Even though almost 10 months remain until the next national singing day, teams across the Big 12 have jumped off to fast starts in putting together their 2015 classes. To catch you up on all the recruiting storylines that have developed so far, we checked...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: Report: College football to expand to 40 bowls in 2015

    Wait, there's another bowl? Yep. Let's make it a solid 40. The American Athletic and Sun Belt conferences will participate in a new bowl game in Orlando, Fla., in 2015, sources told ESPN's Brett McMurphy. Read more on NewsOK.com

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    Dallas Morning News Dallas Morning News: Smallwood, McNamara, Evans ready to breakout for Oklahoma Sooners

    Oklahoma wide receiver Jordan Smallwood (17) is tackled by Sooners linebacker Aaron Franklin (25) and safety Darius Owens (39) during the 2014 spring game. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports) More...

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    ESPN ESPN: Big 12's lunch links

    Brandon Chatmon - April 15th, 2014 11:00 AM Tap, tap. I can't wait for this 30 for 30. This post-spring period will be an important time for Kansas' coaching staff. KU quarterback Jake Heaps likes the changes in the Jayhawk offense this spring under John Reagan. The Jayhawks quarterbacks will...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: University of Texas gets its own fragrance to rival OU's

    staff reports The University of Texas has its own men's and women's fragrances. Yep, you heard correctly. Read more on NewsOK.com

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    NewsOK NewsOK: Power Lunch: Chat with OU writer Ryan Aber

    staff reports // Read more on NewsOK.com

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    Football Brainiacs Football Brainiacs: Thoughts On The Breiden Fehoko Committment

    Super K offers up his thoughts on the recent Breiden Fehoko commitment. More...

    Jenni 5‎, Today 09:40 AM
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    Football Brainiacs Football Brainiacs: Sooners News Daily 4.15.14

    Consolidating all the OU related daily news for you in one easy to find spot. More...

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    Norman Transcript Norman Transcript: Transfer QB Baker Mayfield shows promise in Red-White Game

    By John Shinn Individual awards were not handed out after Saturday’s Red-White Game. If they had, quarterback Baker Mayfield wouldn’t have left Owen Field empty handed. He only played against defensive backups, but going 9 for 9 for 125 yards and two ... More at...

    Jenni 5‎, Today 03:50 AM
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    Norman Transcript Norman Transcript: OU skipper looking for more firepower in the lineup

    By John Shinn What Oklahoma coach Pete Hughes did following the two-hour rain delay against Texas was telling. It didn’t pay off in the Sooners’ 8-1 loss that secured a series sweep for the Longhorns. But it declared where the Sooners are and that some ... More at...

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    Dallas Morning News Dallas Morning News: Stoops: Maybe best winter in last 16 years for Oklahoma Sooners football

    Oklahoma Sooners running back Alex Ross (28) runs the ball during the spring game at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports) More...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: College basketball: Jabari Parker still weighing options on going pro or staying at Duke

    By Ryan Aber Over the next few days, Jabari Parker has a decision to make. The Duke freshman was in Oklahoma City, where he was presented with the Wayman Tisdale Award on Monday as the nation’s top freshman at the Devon Energy College Basketball Awards at the National Cowboy and Western...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: College baseball: OSU, OU heading in opposite directions

    By John Helsley STILLWATER – Oklahoma State added some bounce from its first Bedlam game and has been bopping along ever since. Oklahoma looks to Bedlam’s Game 2, set for Tuesday night in Stillwater, as a bounce back. First pitch is 6:30 at Reynolds Stadium. The on-campus games in...

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    NewsOK NewsOK: Oklahoma scene: OU's Cameron Clark, OSU's Markell Brown to skip Portsmouth Invitational

    From Staff Reports Oklahoma guard/forward Cameron Clark and Oklahoma State guard Markel Brown were each listed as invites to the 2014 Portsmouth Invitational Basketball Tournament, but neither will participate this week. The four-game, 12-day tournament in Virginia typically serves as a...

    Jenni 5‎, Yesterday 08:30 PM
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    NewsOK NewsOK: Oklahoma basketball: Cameron Clark to play in Portsmouth Invitational

    Erik Horne Oklahoma guard/forward Cameron Clark will participate in the 2014 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, Wednesday-Saturday in Portsmouth, Va. The four-game, 12-day tournament serves as a showcase for the top 64 senior draft prospects, with representatives from every NBA team...

    Jenni 5‎, Yesterday 06:50 PM
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    NewsOK NewsOK: Oklahoma football: Ranking the 10 best Sooners following the 2014 spring game

    Jason Kersey NORMAN — I released my initial rankings of the top-10 Oklahoma football players March 26, and promised to update the list regularly. Following the Sooners’ spring game Saturday, here is the updated list. Read more on NewsOK.com

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    NewsOK NewsOK: OSU's Markel Brown, OU's Cameron Clark on Portsmouth Invitational roster

    Erik Horne Oklahoma State guard Markel Brown and Oklahoma guard/forward Cameron Clark will both participate in the 2014 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, Wednesday-Saturday in Portsmouth, Va. The four-game, 12-day tournament serves as a showcase for the top 64 senior draft prospects, with...

    Jenni 5‎, Yesterday 03:10 PM
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