Oklahoma’s offensive line reloads after sending 4 to NFL
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma's rebuilt offensive line is getting its usual results.
Bobby Evans, Cody Ford, Dru Samia and Ben Powers all were drafted into the NFL from last year's team that...
Bills Preview Capsule
BUFFALO BILLS (6-10)
New faces: WRs Cole Beasley, John Brown and Andre Roberts, rookie DT Ed Oliver, CBs Kevin Johnson and Captain Munnerlyn, S Kurt Coleman, TE Tyler Kroft and rookies...
Bills Training Camp Capsule
BUFFALO BILLS (6-10)
OPEN CAMP: July 25, Pittsford, New York
LAST YEAR: Focus on building through youth and freeing up salary cap space led to predictable struggles, reflected in...
Bills trade up to draft O-lineman Singletary, tight end Knox
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Bills general manager Brandon Beane doesn't believe in having too many offensive linemen.
Buffalo's backfield also got a little more crowded.
Oklahoma offensive line honored as best with Joe Moore Award
Oklahoma won the Joe Moore Award, given to the team with the best offensive line in the country.
The Sooners were announced Tuesday as the winner of the fourth Joe Moore Award, named after the late offensive line coach for Pittsburgh and Notre Dame. The other finalists were Alabama and Georgia.
The Sooners' line, coached by co-offensive coordinator Bill Bedenbaugh, paved the way for the most productive offense in the country and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray.
Guerin Emig: Which offensive super group tilts Bedlam, OSU’s receiving corps or OU’s line?
NORMAN — Oklahoma State’s pass-catchers represent the most lethal position group in Bedlam. Right?
James Washington. Marcell Ateman. Jalen McCleskey. Chris Lacy. Dillon Stoner. Tyron Johnson. All expected to play. All capable of causing Oklahoma serious trouble.
“They have a receiving corps that is out to get the ball,” OU safety Steven Parker said. “They have a whole bunch of playmakers.”
This week in OU football: Hitting reset, Abdul Adams’ improvement and moving forward
Reset after Baylor
When the Oklahoma Sooners came out of the locker room in Waco, Texas, there was a quiet mood as many of them slumped to the bus. Other stayed for interviews, but some of those players were short with their words. Despite what became a thrilling victory against Baylor, the Sooners looked tired.