— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) April 9, 2021
— Rivals (@Rivals) April 12, 2021
Will Muschamp is back at his alma mater, coaching with his nephew, watching his son play, and helping his close friend Kirby Smart.
Professionally, it’s reinvigorating. Personally, it’s fulfilling.
“I think more than anything it’s back to grassroots”: https://t.co/qoXbhxFiuy
— Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) April 11, 2021
Eddie George is reportedly heading to the college ranks after being hired as Tennessee State's head coach https://t.co/lTdQEWMOlE
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) April 11, 2021
𝐀 𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐝 𝐨𝐟 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐞𝐱𝐜𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐞.
Please join us in welcoming Jennie Baranczyk as the next head coach at Oklahoma! #BoomerSooner
— Oklahoma Basketball (@OU_WBBall) April 10, 2021
— Cliff Brunt (@CliffBruntAP) April 11, 2021
Other OU Sports & News
The bats were 𝙃𝙊𝙏 today.
— Oklahoma Baseball (@OU_Baseball) April 11, 2021
— Oklahoma T&F & XC (@OU_Track) April 11, 2021
RECAP | No. 1 Oklahoma completed a comeback to force a playoff with No. 12 Texas A&M, but the Sooners were downed on the first playoff hole to close the regular season.
Next: Big 12 Championshipshttps://t.co/3mRrsCcdED
— Oklahoma Golf (@OU_MGolf) April 12, 2021
RECAP | The Sooners opened Cowgirl Match Play with a 3-1-1 win over Tulsa, led by wins from Winans, Screen and Fortuna, as well as a halve from Milligan.
We'll line it up with Texas Tech and No. 7 OSU tomorrow in Stillwater!https://t.co/cy1Fa9xu5r
— Oklahoma Golf (@OU_WGolf) April 12, 2021
Congrats to our 2021 national award nominees, Matt Wenske (Nissen-Emery Award finalist), Zach Nunez (Rookie of the Year), Gage Dyer (Specialist of the Year) and Vitaliy Guimaraes (MVP).#Sooners pic.twitter.com/sV1Y9SSZQ4
— Mark Williams (@wellsgymn) April 11, 2021
RECAP | Bri Amos notched her first goal as a Sooner and Leah Radow set a career-high with seven saves, but Oklahoma came up short at home versus Baylor on Saturday. https://t.co/ONl4VMw5n6
— Oklahoma Soccer (@OU_WSoccer) April 11, 2021
𝐅𝐮𝐥𝐥 𝐇𝐋𝐬 🎥 | vs. Mississippi St., at La Tech
𝟐 shutouts. 𝟐 run-rules. No. 1 #Sooners outhit MSU and La Tech by a combined 𝟏𝟕-𝟐 in Saturday W’s led by homers from Jennings, Johns and more dominant pitching.#ChampionshipMindset pic.twitter.com/mP70aANQjb
— Oklahoma Softball (@OU_Softball) April 11, 2021
FINAL | #7 TCU 5, #21 OU 2
The #Sooners fall to TCU in Fort Worth.
OU closes out the regular season on April 18 at Oklahoma State. pic.twitter.com/hUdKkNlYV9
— Oklahoma Tennis (@OU_MTennis) April 11, 2021
Team dub 🙌
— Oklahoma Tennis (@OU_WTennis) April 10, 2021
— Christine Brennan (@cbrennansports) April 12, 2021