NORMAN — Oklahoma’s pursuit of its third consecutive Big 12 championship begins Saturday.Don’t’ be mistaken. The national title dreams remain in place. But getting another league title would help position the third-ranked Sooners to reach that goal.“We all have room for improvement, so we’ve just got to keep getting better and the focus will be on the fact that this is the first Big 12 game,” Baker Mayfield said about Saturday’s game at Baylor. “Yeah, we have national title aspirations.
MOORE – Westmoore’s Brey Walker – considered the state’s top recruit and an Oklahoma commit – was honored as a U.S. Army All-American on Tuesday afternoon. The offensive lineman received his official game jersey during a pep rally before classmates, family and friends at his school. He will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 6 in San Antonio. kAmxE H:== 36 2 3FDJ H66< 7@C 82>6 @C82? :K6CD] !FE?2> r:EJ’D #@? %2EF> xxx W2=D@ 2? ~& 4@>>:EX H:== 36 9@? @C65 2E 9:D 9:89 D49@@= @?
NORMAN – Lincoln Riley’s first contract as Oklahoma’s head football coach was released by the university on Tuesday afternoon.As announced during the summer, the five-year deal begins with Riley being paid $3.1 million this year.Bonuses written in the contract will boost Riley’s pay by $200,000 every Feb. 1 and an annual stay benefit of $500,000 will be added on June 1 during the life of the contract.
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