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Oklahoma football notebook: Samaje Perine springs for pizza

newsok.com — Samaje Perine was so thankful for the offensive line that blocked for his 34-carry, 242-yard, four-touchdown performance Saturday at West Virginia that he rewarded the group with pizza. Perine walked into the offensive line's film session Sunday with three large Domino's pizzas. "I appreciate the gesture," said senior right tackle Daryl Williams. "It builds a camaraderie.

Sooners' 'Baby Bull' gave West Virginia defenders a ride

newsok.com — NORMAN - Samaje Perine ran for 242 yards and scored four touchdowns on West Virginia, but the Mountaineers have exacted their revenge. They've shown college football the best way to tackle OU's Baby Bull. Let Perine run past you, then jump on his back.
Sep 22, 2014

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Sep 22, 2014

Sooners' 'Baby Bull' gave West Virginia defenders a ride bit.ly/1x3JZen

Oklahoma City's evolving image boosts pace of change

newsok.com — Oklahoma City is benefiting from its ever evolving image and reputation, as witnessed by the development and design of the future OGE Energy Corp. headquarters. OKC's make it happen attitude, the foresight of its MAPS program and the city's desire to develop its urban core have been praised.
Sep 22, 2014

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Oklahoma football: Baker Mayfield's fight for eligibility continues

newsok.com — NORMAN - Baker Mayfield's battle for immediate eligibility isn't over. But things are progressing for the Oklahoma quarterback after a Friday hearing with the NCAA that involved Mayfield and attorney Jim Darnell. Sooners coach Bob Stoops alluded to progress in Mayfield's case at his Monday press conference but said he didn't want to say much yet.
Sep 22, 2014

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Oklahoma football: Charles Tapper's exhaustion caused by sickle cell trait

newsok.com — NORMAN - Oklahoma junior defensive end Charles Tapper left the Sooners' 45-33 win at West Virginia last weekend in the fourth quarter because of exhaustion brought on by his sickle cell trait, coach Bob Stoops said during Monday's news conference. Sickle cell trait is a genetic disorder that can be catastrophic, especially during extreme physical exertion.
Sep 22, 2014

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A triple-triple? Chandler's Mason Myers did it on Friday

newsok.com — Let's call it a triple-triple - triple-digit yardage produced in three different statistical categories. Chandler quarterback Mason Myers pulled it off in the Lions' 68-42 win over Little Axe last week. Myers was 12-of-19 passing for 146 yards and a touchdown, had 149 rushing yards with two scores, and caught four passes for 155 yards [...]

Kingfisher's Kaden Jackson verbally commits to Wyoming

newsok.com — Wyoming has landed its second Oklahoma high school product, picking up a verbal commitment from Kingfisher offensive Kaden Jackson on Sunday. Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound senior, has started since he was a freshman, playing a key role on the last two Yellowjacket teams, which both reached the state finals.