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Oklahoma Sooners Football 2015 News and Updates
10/8/15 - It’s good to be an Oklahoma Sooners Football fan. The team is holding strong with a perfect 4 – 0 record after beating the West Virginia Mountaineers in terrific fashion 44 – 24. Although the Sooners are currently undefeated, they’re still only ranked fourth in the Big 12, which is a reputedly rigorous conference. The Sooners will get one of their harder tests of the season this weekend when they take on the Texas Longhorns on the road at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. After that, they will stay on the road to face the Kansas State Wildcats before returning home to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders on October 24.
10/1/15 - Currently ranked as the fifteenth college football team in the nation, the Oklahoma Sooners football program has had an outrageously good start to their season. As one of the few undefeated teams left in the nation, the Sooners showed no mercy when they took on the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes on September 19 for a morning game. Even though the Golden Hurricanes aren’t ranked, they put on a good fight against the Sooners. Both teams were strong offensively and didn’t seem to have too much trouble scoring. However, the Sooners were able to outscore Tulsa by 14 points in the end. See the excitement live when the Sooners hit the green grass on October 3 against West Virginia, who are also undefeated.
9/24/15 - Although their competition has included just a single ranked team thus far, Oklahoma Sooners Football is 3-0 no matter how you slice it. They ran over Tulsa on Saturday for their latest W, a 52-38 shootout that included a 487-yard game from Sooners QB Baker Mayfield. The junior notched a 96.5 QBR thanks to four touchdowns without an interception. Samaje Perine rushed for 152 yards and Sterling Shepard caught for 144 more, guiding Oklahoma to another impressive victory. They’ll need more of the same this weekend if they’re to overcome WVU—you can pick up tickets for Memorial Stadium to be a part of the action live! Check out Mountaineers vs. Sooners on 10/3 starting at $57!
9/17/15 - The Oklahoma Sooners football team is working this season like a number 16 seed team should. They currently have two wins to chalk up on the record board and are looking to add to that each week. On Saturday, September 12, the Sooners hit the road to face off against the tough Tennessee Volunteers. The game was highly anticipated by both the teams and fans alike. The game wasn’t pretty for the Sooners in the early minutes, which resulted in rallying back from a 17-point deficit. By the end of the fourth quarter, the two teams were tied up. The first overtime brought a touchdown for each team, leading them into double overtime. This is where the Sooners were able to shine and pulled off the winning touchdown with an 18-yard throw.
9/10/15 - The Oklahoma Sooners football team was ranked number 19 to start the 2015 season and they were ready to hit the field against the Akron Zips last Saturday. The Sooners didn’t show the Zips any mercy throughout the game as they scored touchdown after touchdown. Not only did they look good offensively, but the Sooners were performing well defensively. They were able to hold the Zips to a single field goal the entire game. On September 12 the competition isn’t going to be so light when the Sooners take on the Tennessee Volunteers. The Volunteers are ranked at number 23 and are definitely packing some talent. Don’t miss your chance to see the game live. Tickets are still available to purchase to make all of your weekend dreams come true.
9/1/15 - Opening day for Oklahoma Sooners Football in 2015 is right around the corner, and fans can’t wait for the debut of much-hyped five-star recruit Joe Mixon. Although he’s never played a down of college football in his young life, his natural talent for the gridiron game has coaches and peers lavishing praise already. Indeed, he’s been compared to NFL superstar Adrian Peterson on more than one occasion, sparking hopes that Mr. Mixon could be a major force in the upcoming Oklahoma Sooners season. OU starts their season this Saturday at home, as they host the Akron Zips at Memorial Stadium. Tickets are on sale now but they’re moving quickly, so claim your seats today! Be a part of all the action live in-person with prices from $34 and up!
8/27/15 - The Oklahoma Sooners football team is ready to take the field again as the 2015 season kicks off and fans are examining their schedule this semester. While they do get a home game for their season opener, the Sooners will be spending a great deal of their time on away fields. In fact, they will be hitting the road and travelling to Tennessee to take on the Volunteers for their second game. First, however, they will be playing the Akron Zips on September 5th. Tickets are still available starting as low as $34. Afterward, the Sooners will be returning to host the Tusla Golden Hurricane. With so many away games this season, be sure to get your Oklahoma Sooners tickets early to secure your spot at their home games.
8/18/15 - The Oklahoma Sooners football team is in the midst of fall camp, preparing for the 2015 season. The Sooners completed their first scrimmage of the season on Saturday, August 15. Although the match was closed to media and public, the team did release some highlights. Trevor Knight threw a touchdown pass to Mark Andrews, and Daniel Brooks ran for a 75-yard touchdown after catching a pass from Baker Mayfield. Jordan Thomas also had an impressive interception during the match. Currently, there is a three-way competition for quarterback between Knight, Mayfield, and Cody Thomas, all of whom played well. The first game will be at home against the Akron Zips on September 5. Fans still have time to get their tickets to this game and the rest of the season, with prices as low as $24.
8/5/15 - The countdown is on to the start of the 2015 college football season, and loyal followers of Oklahoma Sooners Football have plenty to be excited about. The Sooners made a move this week, adding walk-on quarterback Reece Clark to their ranks, bolstering a position weakened by injuries to Cody Thomas and Baker Mayfield. Originally projecting to head to Baylor, Clark reached out to coaches at OU according to offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley. After evaluating the 6-foot-4 QB, the Sooners requested he walk on, giving them depth and additional options to keep the offense fluid. Although the start of the new season is still a few weeks out, you can pick up tickets for opening day at Memorial Stadium in Norman right now! Come out for OU vs. Akron with seats starting at $40!
6/25/15 - The Oklahoma Sooners football team has fallen behind. 2015 seems to be the season marred with recruitment trouble, not just for the Sooners. However, the Sooners may be the only team in the Big 12 that is having difficulties. Most notably, they still do not have anyone committed to the quarterback position. Their first home game will be on September 5th, which is more than two months away, but that game will be here before they know it. They really do need to get their recruitments done soon, so they can get to summer training. Austin Kendall is likely to be the most important player they have committed so far, but one does not make a team alone. Fans will need to keep an eye on the Sooners to see if they come together.
10/30/14 - The Oklahoma Sooners went into their game against Kansas State with a solid record of five wins and one loss. All game the two teams went back and forth, never giving either team the lead for long. The Sooners had the opportunity to tie it up for a final time in the fourth quarter by kicking in an extra point, which was blocked by one of Kansas State’s defenders. Trailing by one point, the Sooner had a second chance to take the lead. Driving the ball to the one-yard line, the Sooners weren’t able to punch it in leaving it all up to their kicker. What seemed to be one of the easiest kicks in the history of football was missed, handing Kansas State another win. See if the Oklahoma Sooners football team can come back from such a devastating loss in their next game against Iowa State. Tickets start at $18 a pop.
9/18/14 - The Oklahoma Sooners are heading into Week 4 feeling like an All-Star football team, thanks to their 3-0 record with easy victories over Louisiana Tech, Tulsa and Tennessee. This Saturday when Oklahoma squares off against West Virginia, they’ll be looking like champions, too. The No. 4 Sooners will reveal all-new alternate uniforms when they take on the Mountaineers at West Virginia—and boy are these different from their classic all-whites! See the Oklahoma Sooners looking fierce and playing ferocious when they hit the road looking to keep their pristine record untarnished on 9/20. Score Oklahoma Sooners Football tickets for a minimum of $89 at Mountaineer Field this Saturday.
7/30/14 – Oklahoma Sooners Football kicks off in no more than 30 days! Expectations are extremely high this season, as last year’s impressive 11-2 record—topped off with victory over Alabama—the Sooners are expected to be one of four playoff teams by the end of the season. Say you were there from the beginning with Oklahoma Sooners Football tickets for the first game of the year. Get-in for $45 when the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs visit Memorial Stadium on 8/30.
7/9/14 – The University of Oklahoma recently announced that both Sooners home games against Tennessee (9/13) and Oklahoma State (12/6) have been sold out. If this is any indication, Oklahoma Sooners tickets are sure to go like lightning this year! Not to worry Sooners fans, Razorgator has all the OU tickets you need and at the best prices to boot! Score tickets to the Tennessee vs. Oklahoma game for $115 to start, or pay $124 to get into Memorial Stadium when the Cowboys pay the Sooners a winter visit.
6/20/14 – The Crimson and Cream certainly have something great to celebrate. ESPN has released their top positions from each school over the last decade, and Oklahoma Sooners Football has been proclaimed “Quarterback U.” Arguably the most important squad on the gridiron, Oklahoma has scored eight awards since 2010 for their signal-callers—including a pair of Heisman Trophies (Jason White, Sam Bradford). Other notables like Josh Heupel and Landry Jones display the Sooners’, manned by Bob Stoops, ability to recognize and develop talent like no other school. Oklahoma placed second in “Running Back U” standings. Get Oklahoma Sooners tickets now to see how they fine-tune their talent under center!
5/20/14 – According to Sporting News, the Sooners are the team to beat this year! Trevor Knight graced the cover, a photo from the Sugar Bowl in which he completed 32 of 44 passes for 348 yards and four touchdowns against 2013 favorites Alabama. OU will have to get past Big 12 foes Kansas State, Baylor, Kansas, and Oklahoma State at Memorial Stadium and West Virginia, TCU, Iowa State, and Texas Tech on the road. The highlight on the Oklahoma Sooners football schedule is a trip to Dallas where they’ll take on the Texas Longhorns in the annual Red River Rivalry game at Cotton Bowl Stadium. Sooners tickets at Memorial Stadium are reasonably priced to watch the favorites this season, averaging $168. The most popular games based on OU ticket prices are vs. Tennessee (avg. $212) and Oklahoma State (avg. $237).
5/8/14 - Oklahoma’s Red-White spring scrimmage on April 12, held in front of a crowd of over 43,000 – the largest crowd for the Sooners’ spring game since head coach Bob Stoops took the controls of the Sooner Schooner – was won by the White squad, who scored in each quarter en route to a 28-13 final score. All of the scoring was by players who, all combined, had none last season. Sophomore quarterback Baker Mayfield had a perfect day as the White team’s signal-caller, completing all nine of his pass attempts for 125 yards and two scores, to receivers Taylor McNamara and Jordan Smallwood; McNamara also hauled in a toss from Cody Thomas to give himself a pair of receiving scores. Daniel Brooks was the top Sooner rusher, carrying the ball eight times for 67 yards.
2/6/14 - The Oklahoma Sooners had another stellar season for the books last year. After going 11-2 (7-2 Big 12), they received an at-large bid to appear in the Sugar Bowl, where they took down titans, the Alabama Crimson Tide (45-61), to finish on a high note. This year, former QB Blake Bell has decided to move to tight end, which peacefully clears the way for Trevor Knight to take full control under center. Additionally, OU landed new recruit 4-star Justice Hansen, a promising young QB for added depth. The Sooners bid farewell to superstar RB Brandon Clay for the NFL Draft, but OU is still pretty well stocked at the position, with the likes of Keith Ford, Alex Ross and 5-star recruit Joe Mixon. Unfortunately, Aaron Colvin, the fourth-best cornerback prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft from OU, tore his ACL at Senior Bowl practice. Colvin is still optimistic of his Draft chances, after all, no other Big 12 program has produced more NFL Draft picks over the last five tears than OU, so keep an eye out and watch your Sooners do big things in college and the pros this year!
Under the direction of head coach Bob Stoops, the Oklahoma Sooners have maintained a level of excellence unmatched in the school’s long history of football. Stoops took over the Sooners before the 1999 season, and the Sooners have gone to a bowl game of some kind in every year of his head coaching tenure, including a pair of national-championship contests (he’s won one and lost one). In addition to the Big XII schedule – in which Oklahoma hosts Baylor, Kansas State, and the “Bedlam” rivalry game with Oklahoma State – the 2014 lineup of opponents includes a visit from Tennessee of the Southeastern Conference.
10/29/13 – The Sooners are coming off their biggest win of the season thus far, knocking off the previously undefeated Texas Tech Red Raiders. Oklahoma moved to No. 12 in the BCS standings and like the Red Raiders, are now 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the Conference. Another tough test is ahead; the Sooners travel to Waco, Texas next Thursday to face the #6 Baylor Bears who are currently 7-0 and first in the Big 12. Oklahoma will look to stop Baylor’s big plays and continue to do what they do best, and that is run the football. Oklahoma has just one remaining home game; that is, against Iowa State (11/17). Oklahoma Sooners vs. Iowa State Cyclones Football tickets start at just $34.
In 2013 Coach Stoops will become the winningest coach in Oklahoma football history. But the two-time Walter Camp Coach of the Year and his Oklahoma Sooners team are solely focused on a National Championship. Their last appearance was in 2008 vs. the Florida Gators. The Sooners continue to be in the race but big losses late in the season have cost them greatly.
CBS Sports revealed that the Sooners have the toughest non-conference schedule in the nation this year which includes at Notre Dame (avg. $567), one of three teams they have lost to in Norman in the last two seasons. Oklahoma is the only powerhouse in the Top 5 on the list, as most elite programs prefer to get wins over strength of schedule. The Sooners football schedule does not get any easier, Big 12 conference games against Oklahoma State Cowboys Football in the Bedlam Series (avg. $300) and Texas Longhorns Football in the Red River Rivalry Game (avg. $446) will both be played on the road. Oklahoma football tickets on the road are averaging $340, more than double the price of the average ticket at Memorial Stadium ($151) this season.
Games on Oklahoma Sooners home schedule that are in high demand: Texas Christian Horned Frogs Football vs. Oklahoma Sooners Football (avg. $198) and West Virginia Mountaineers Football vs. Oklahoma Sooners Football (avg. $179). Both games last year were close; the Sooners defeated the Mountaineers by one point, the Horned Frogs by seven.