Seems like Kliff and Baker are good.
OU will also play Tennessee and Army in 2020.
Trae Young and Jordan Shepherd aren't making anything easy on Lon Kruger.
I'll take Baker. What do you all think?
Yeeeeeah, not sure about that one, Fran.
As you can imagine, OU's odds aren't so great.
I am a fan of this.
The Rams don't need a QB.
Although, Baker has never been afraid of a little competition.
This is just ... wow
We talk Oklahoma hoops, recruiting news and make fun of Notre Dame. Fun times.
So, this morning I set out to disprove the "stars don't matter" narrative in college football recruiting, at least in the Big 12. And stars literally don't matter in the Big 12.
Basically, if Oklahoma and Texas are down/underachieve. It's anyone's ball game.
KANSAS STATE WON A BIG 12 TITLE WITH THREE CLASSES THAT RANKED SECOND-TO-LAST IN THE BIG 12 AND ONE THAT RANKED LAST....
But if we scratch K-State from the list, all you really to need win the Big 12 is at least two classes ranked in the top 5 of the conference in the past 4 years.
The teams that meet that in 2018: Oklahoma, Texas, TCU, Baylor, West Virginia and Oklahoma State. So, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Trae Young has been compared to a lot of folks.
This is certainly a first.
It was a rough night for Trae Young.