- n. Plural form of Sooner.
“FINAL FOUR-STARLESS SOONERS Without a star, Sooners headed for Final Four”
“Next up for the Sooners is a meeting with No. 7 Texas in two weeks in Dallas.”
“The Sooners from the Big 12 and Ducks from the Pac-10 begin this race from the front row, but they can't quite say they're in control of it.”
“Next up for the Sooners is Miami, which beat Marshall 31-3 Saturday.”
“Oklahoma built a 21-3 first-half lead on Bradford's touchdown passes of 23 and 24 yards to Kelly and Smith's 61-yard return of a Javarris James fumble, the third-longest fumble return in Sooners 'history.”
“Those who jumped the gun, who tried to sneak on the prairie to claim their plots early, were called Sooners.”
“Community College, the same junior college that sent Mookie Blaylock and Ricky Grace to Oklahoma, where they became the best point guards in Sooners history.”
“The No. 1 ranking: The rest of college football will concede that Oklahoma is not the nation's best team, even though the Sooners were the preseason No. 1, are 3-0 and have won the hardest true road game thus far at then-No. 5 Florida State.”
“Despite worse than average yppl stats, the Sooners are actually a better than average team because they average 83 plays per game while allowing 70 plays and they have good special teams, but they are certainly not a top-10 team and I wouldn't even rank them in my top-20.”
“For the season the Sooners are averaging just 5.1 yards per play against teams that would allow 5.1 yppl to an average team and their defense is actually worse than average in allowing 5.9 yppl to teams that would combine to average 5.5 yppl against an average team.”
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