Sooners Report 7-29

Skipped yesterday, so I apologize to everyone. Been a little under the weather, maybe it’s this damn hell we are living in daily.  So here is some stories from the day.. or days since some will come from yesterday.

Herbstreit says we are the best team in the country. He actually is smart isn’t he?  Or just stating the obvious?

Why is Berry Trammel comparing OU’s schedule with Nebraskas?

Trammel again talking about Pay for Play. Which I wrote about earlier.

Once again, want to bring you Sooner news from the Tulsa World, but they won’t allow it without $14.99 a month. Maybe I should take up a pool.. naw.

Podcast by Ivan Maisel with our own Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles.

Kenny Stills is ranked number 22 by ESPN’s David Ubben in his top 25 Big 12 players.

Kenny Stills Wide receiver Kenny Stills of the Oklahoma Sooners celebrates a 23-20 win against the Nebraska Cornhuskers during the Big 12 Championship at Cowboys Stadium on December 4, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.

Speaking of Ubben, here is his run down of week one opponent Tulsa.

Landry a front runner for the Heisman.

“I’m going to pretend like we’re ranked last,” Travis Lewis said Tuesday at Big 12 Media Days. “You have to carry that kind of mentality. You can’t ever get complacent.”  Nice! I like it Travis! I want a huge chip on our shoulders! Here is the rest of the article.

A little left over from Media Days. 


That’s about it folks. Probably going to focus on the NFL and try to get out some original content over the weekend.  Will be back strong next week. Have a good weekend!


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