Neyland Stadium

What would be some great series for OSU football?

Berry Tramel
With OU’s game at Neyland Stadium last week, I wrote about the places the Sooners still hadn’t visited and a wish list for future OU road trips.
The same goes for OSU. While the Cowboys have played in some places that OU hasn’t graced (Florida, Michigan, for example), OSU has plenty of marquee schools on its to-do list.
In fact, reader Josh Neikirk, who describes himself as “OSU Psycho,” made a top-10 list of schools he’d like to see schedule a home-and-home series with the Cowboys.
Here’s Josh’s list:
"1. OSU-Notre Dame: OSU in South Bend, could happen.Read more on NewsOK.com

Easy to believe this is Stoops’ favorite victory

By Jason Kersey Staff Writer jkersey@oklahoman.comKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Bob Stoops walked around the Neyland Stadium field after Saturday's 31-24, double-overtime victory over Tennessee, clutching and celebrating with just about everyone he encountered.
Then he went into the visiting locker room and awarded virtually every single person in the room — players, doctors, the team chaplain, even coaches wives — a game ball, telling his team, “I've never had a game like this. Read more on NewsOK.com

Sooners win, Wilson’s songs remain the same

BY RYAN ABER Staff Writer raber@oklahoman.comKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Late Saturday night in a packed Neyland Stadium, Kevin Wilson breathed a sigh of relief.
Oklahoma's 31-24 double overtime win over Tennessee not only saved the Sooners fan from Okemah from catching grief from the countless Volunteers fans he's friends with but also from forcing a bit of an upheaval at work.
Wilson graduated from Okemah High in 1989. Read more on NewsOK.com

Bob Stoops’ best wins at OU

By Jason KerseyKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops has led the Sooners to many special, significant victories over his nearly 17 years in Norman, including seven Big 12 championship game wins and the 2000 Orange Bowl, which clinched his only national title.
Still, Stoops said Saturday's 31-24, double-overtime win over Tennessee inside Neyland Stadium might be “my favorite of all of them.”
Here's a look at the most memorable OU wins of the Bob Stoops era:
NO. 1: OU 31, Tennessee 24, 2OT
• When: Sept. Read more on NewsOK.com

After Sooners’ comeback victory, OU fan Kevin Wilson’s songs remain the same

BY RYAN ABER Staff Writer raber@oklahoman.comKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Late Saturday night in a packed Neyland Stadium, Kevin Wilson breathed a sigh of relief.
Oklahoma's 31-24 double overtime win over Tennessee not only saved the Sooners fan from Okemah from catching grief from the countless Volunteers fans he's friends with but also from forcing a bit of an upheaval at work.
Wilson graduated from Okemah High in 1989. Read more on NewsOK.com

Oklahoma football: Lots of reasons to believe this is Bob Stoops’ favorite victory

By Jason Kersey Staff Writer jkersey@oklahoman.comKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Bob Stoops walked around the Neyland Stadium field after Saturday's 31-24, double-overtime victory over Tennessee, clutching and celebrating with just about everyone he encountered.
Then he went into the visiting locker room and awarded virtually every single person in the room — players, doctors, the team chaplain, even coaches wives — a game ball, telling his team, “I've never had a game like this. Read more on NewsOK.com

OU’s most memorable wins of the Bob Stoops era

By Jason KerseyKNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops has led the Sooners to many special, significant victories over his nearly 17 years in Norman, including seven Big 12 championship game wins and the 2000 Orange Bowl, which clinched his only national title.
Still, Stoops said Saturday's 31-24, double-overtime win over Tennessee inside Neyland Stadium might be “my favorite of all of them.”
Here's a look at the most memorable OU wins of the Bob Stoops era:
NO. 1
Oklahoma 31, Tennessee 24, 2OT
• When: Sept. Read more on NewsOK.com