— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) January 31, 2019
2019 RETURNING PRODUCTION RANKINGS:
* So um, Florida and LSU return a *lot*
* Is Utah the Pac-12 favorite?
* Yeah, that Texas Expectations Game just keeps getting more tenuous https://t.co/9i2r5STJzE
— Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC) January 31, 2019
After a two-year investigation into alleged academic fraud, Mizzou has been banned from postseason play. https://t.co/yW6BpdbWtM
— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 31, 2019
When you heard about Missouri football getting a bowl ban in an academic fraud case, your first question was probably “But what about North Carolina?”
— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) February 1, 2019
Mizzou's the first team eliminated from 2019 national title contention, unless you count literally every Group of 5 team https://t.co/IHjPqps5GU
— Alex Kirshner (@alex_kirshner) January 31, 2019
Much of FBS has zero chance at winning the Playoff. Many have a hard time even winning or attracting fans.
So … why not move to a more viable level of Division I? https://t.co/ra1Jqk0Tao
— College Football by SB Nation 🏈 (@SBNationCFB) February 1, 2019
— CollegeFootballTalk (@CFTalk) January 31, 2019
Of course we had to ask Brady Manek why he ditched the Larry Bird look. https://t.co/LiLQaZn2AZ
— Joe Mussatto (@joe_mussatto) February 1, 2019
This weekend, we'll celebrate our past, present and future.
1⃣ ticket gets you into 2⃣ events at the LNC for #NGWSD.
— Oklahoma Basketball (@OU_WBBall) January 31, 2019
Other OU Sports & News
PREVIEW | Former and future #Sooners set to compete at this weekend’s Houston National Invitational. Good luck to @Bowerpowerr, @ColinVanWicklen, @LazarusBarnhill and @jackfreeman233! ⤵️https://t.co/tlXKigruKZ
— Oklahoma Men's Gym (@OU_MGymnastics) February 1, 2019
“She’s improved the quality of NCAA gymnastics. People are chasing Oklahoma now.”
K.J. Kindler has become one of the most elite coaches not only in gymnastics, but all of sports. A look into her journey to becoming one of OU's most decorated coaches: https://t.co/APcElbMpnB
— OU Daily Sports (@OUDailySports) January 31, 2019