Mason Rudolph is the Man

By Glen Chenoweth In 2016 Mason Rudolph came into the season as a dark horse candidate for the Heisman trophy. After a sloppy game against Central Michigan Rudolph's hopes were dashed. The refs became the story of the Oklahoma State season until Bedlam where again Rudolph underperformed playing against the 2016 Big 12 champion. Then to end the season, Rudolph showed us a glimpse of … Continue reading Mason Rudolph is the Man

Changing of the Guard

By Daniel Stober A lot has happened in Norman since their Sugar bowl victory over Auburn. Samaje Perine, Joe Mixon, and Dede Westbrook have all left to start their NFL careers. Also this guy named Bob Stoops decided to retire. But that hasn’t changed the expectations of this Oklahoma football team. Already they are the favorites to take the Big 12 for a third year in … Continue reading Changing of the Guard

Why Baker Mayfield Will, Or Will Not Win The 2018 Heisman

By A. Suave Fransisco Francisco is a columnist for inside thunder, web content contributor for news 6 Tulsa and founder of The Suave Report. The University Oklahoma is known for producing some rather prestigious names during its storied history. Recently, Baker Mayfield surfaced as one of the premier names in Oklahoma football history as well as college football itself. However, he isn’t on the big … Continue reading Why Baker Mayfield Will, Or Will Not Win The 2018 Heisman

3 Reasons why Oklahoma will and will not win the Big 12 in 2017.

By Brian Bass Will: The Sooners are returning 9 offensive starters. This offense for OU was impossible to stop in Big 12 play this past year. Baker Mayfield is returning for his senior season, along with all of the offensive line that protected him this past fall. OU’s offensive line is considered the best in the country, led by 2nd team All-American and Big 12 … Continue reading 3 Reasons why Oklahoma will and will not win the Big 12 in 2017.

Tarmac Titan

By Chet Kennedy “Man, it’s hot as balls out here!” Exclaimed a sweatier than usual Daniel Stober, jockeying for position against the chain link fence separating the private hangar from the 500 hundred crazy animals challenging the sweltering heat, all hoping to welcome or merely catch a glimpse of a certain new acquisition. “I can’t believe it, Paul freakin’ George!”.  It was a consensual feeling … Continue reading Tarmac Titan

Energy Come Up Short Against The In-State Rivals

By Calvin Alexander The first Black and Gold Derby began in a downpour as the skies opened as the match started. The play of the match was dreary like the weather for the first 15 minutes. After the weather died down the play sped up. The Energy got on the board first, with a goal from the foot of Daniel Gonzalez in the 39th minute. … Continue reading Energy Come Up Short Against The In-State Rivals

Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit

iTunes Link Stitcher Link On this episode: Calvin Alexander, Kerry Alexander and over the phone Sam Agnitsch talk about the history of Oklahoma State football, Oklahoma State’s outlook for this season, and all things Thunder Basketball including why Paul George might stay in OKC for more than a year. Also: A rumored CIA agent cannot confirm nor deny his association with the association, we learn Paul … Continue reading Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit