2020 SeasonAll times ET
- Sooners pausing practice with opener delayed
- OU linebacker Kelly suffers serious knee injury
- College Hall of Famer Dixon dies after ALS battle
- Oklahoma, Riley agree to new six-year contract
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley announced Saturday that the Sooners are pausing practice for a week as a result of their Aug. 29 season opener vs. Missouri State being moved to September.
Sooners senior linebacker Caleb Kelly suffered another serious knee injury in practice after missing most of 2019 recovering from one.
College Football Hall of Famer and Oklahoma legend Rickey Dixon, remembered as the star of the "Game of the Century II" between OU and Nebraska in 1987, died Saturday, the school announced.
The end of July was pegged as a target for making college football scheduling decisions, but don't be surprised if the remaining Power 5 conferences wait longer to announce their plans.
A new contract agreement between Lincoln Riley and Oklahoma adds two years to his contract, through the 2025 season, as the Sooners prepare to defend their Big 12 title.
The NCAA approved a waiver request from both Oklahoma and Missouri State to move their football game from Sept. 5 to Aug. 29 to allow for scheduling flexibility in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
John Blake, a nose guard for Oklahoma under Barry Switzer and the Sooners' coach from 1996 to '98, has died at age 59.
The guys continue to discuss the NFL testing protocols and what is and what is not working before talking with Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione about what this season of college football could look like and more.
Wide receiver Jordan Hudson, who is ranked No. 34 overall in the 2022 ESPN Junior 300, has committed to Oklahoma, giving the Sooners seven ESPN 300 commits at the position since 2019.
While commissioners, athletic directors and coaches brace for the worst amid the growing coronavirus crisis, Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley said he remains confident there will be college football this season -- even if it looks a bit different.
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Caleb Williams, the No. 1-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the 2021 class and No. 15 overall in the ESPN 300, committed to Oklahoma on Saturday. Williams picked the Sooners over LSU and Maryland.
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said on Friday that while he's still hopeful for a fall season, spring football is "very doable."