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NORMAN — As Oklahoma tested players at the offensive tackle positions this preseason, in one case converting a guard into a tackle, it also evaluated a close competition at center.

NORMAN — Among secondary violations that the University of Oklahoma recently self-reported to the NCAA was 2019 wide receiver Arjei Henderson exceeding the 48-hour window allotted for an official visit, according to The Oklahoman.

ARLINGTON, Texas — For a brief moment Saturday night, TCU gave off the glowing appearance it was headed for its biggest non-conference regular-season win in more than a decade.

ARLINGTON, Texas — A few media members surrounded ESPN sideline reporter Maria Taylor and her interview subject, seconds after No. 4 Ohio State had kept its College Football Playoff goals afloat by surviving a scare from No. 15 TCU.

Normally, that interview subject would have been Urban Meyer, the embattled Buckeyes coach who was serving out the third and final game of his suspension stemming from a tumultuous offseason. Instead, Interim Coach Ryan Day inserted himself into the spotlight for a brief moment.

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Oklahoma will experience the pageantry of facing Army for just the fourth time in school history. Saturday’s game at Owen Field will be an experience both schools’ players will cherish for different reasons.

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AMES, Iowa — People watching at Jack Trice Stadium probably figured David Montgomery would shed tackles. For more than a year, Iowa State’s brute running back has built a reputation for doing so.

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I finally had the opportunity Saturday, after coming up now on 10 years as an Enid resident, to attend the annual Cherokee Strip parade through downtown Enid. 

Amen Ogbongbemiga saw a crease in the Boise State punt block coverage – just like his coach told him there would be – and he made a play that changed Saturday’s contest at Boone Pickens Stadium.

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For a long time, Dillon Stoner knew his roommate was fast, but the rest of the world found out Saturday afternoon.

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Saturday’s game between No. 4 Ohio State and No. 15 TCU is one Bill Hancock and the College Football Playoff committee had circled for eight months.

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STILLWATER, Okla. — Taylor Cornelius might be a sneakily good quarterback, or he might not. One thing is for sure, we don’t know which is true.

If you really want to be angry about something, be angry that you have been played by Nike. Really, we all have been.

You likely saw the video Oklahoma football produced last season just days before the Rose Bowl — the one with former linebacker Eric Striker in Southern California, rhyming a revamped version of Malcolm Kelly’s famous freestyle.

NORMAN — Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley isn’t unlike most college football coaches, in that he’s a confident guy who holds a powerful position. But he’s not especially braggadocios, either.

Late in the first half last Thursday against Missouri State, I began to see grumblings across social media about the Oklahoma State quarterback situation.

NORMAN — Seventh-ranked Oklahoma still doesn’t know whether it will see Wilton Speight or Dorian Thompson-Robinson at quarterback when facing UCLA on Saturday (Noon, FOX).