OU basketball: Jim Molinari brings veteran energy to Sooner staff

By Joe MussattoStaff writerjmussatto@oklahoman.comNORMAN — Jim Molinari crouched at the top of the 3-point line. Dribbling right, he waited for the defense to react.
“Up, up, up,” he yelled with March intensity on a June afternoon.
Molinari’s energy can hardly be matched even by players a third of his age.Read more on NewsOK.com

McGuinness’ Brynden Walker flips commitment to OU from OSU

By Jacob UnruhMcGuinness star linebacker Brynden Walker is headed to Norman instead of Stillwater.Walker announced Sunday afternoon that he had flipped his commitment from Oklahoma State to Oklahoma, nearly four months after he committed to the Cowboys.He announced it on his Twitter page, posting a picture in a No.Read more on NewsOK.com

OU football: How a punishment helped propel Brock Vandagriff to a lofty status

By Ryan AberStaff writerraber@oklahoman.comBrock Vandagriff’s mother never imagined that the punishment could lead where it has.
Looking back recently in the aftermath of the Class of 2021 quarterback’s commitment to Oklahoma, Vandagriff’s father pointed to a seventh-grade punishment as being a turning point.
When he was in seventh grade, Vandagriff would aggravate his younger sisters, Anna Greer and Audrey at breakfast after Greg Vandagriff would leave for his job as an assistant football coach at Woodward Academy in the Atlanta area.
When Kelly Vandagriff had enough, she issued the edict.Read more on NewsOK.com

Prosecutors dismiss case against former OU player

By Tim WillertStaff writertwillert@oklahoman.comOklahoma County prosecutors on Tuesday dismissed a felony case against former Sooner running back Roy Finch when a key witness failed to appear for a preliminary hearing.
Finch, 27, was charged Jan.Read more on NewsOK.com