Readyforthedraft.com's Gregg Schutze shares his passion for the NFL draft and takes you on a journey leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft. Episode 5 is the fourth installment of the preseason edition where Gregg previews the TE position. While this draft class doesn't have the firepower at the top like Kyle Pitts, there is depth at the position with plenty of potential playmakers. Will it be Jalen Wydermyer or Jahleel Billingsley at the top of the class? Will either be a 1st Round pick? And who's next off the board? Will it be Trey McBridge, Cade Otton, Charlie Kolar, Greg Dulcich, Austin Stogner, or will another prospect emerge?
Tre Bradford has left the program a week before Tulane. OMG! Jk. Brady & Kegan go in-depth on the risk of this and why it shouldn't be a big deal. No CFP Playoff expansion and Pac-12 decides not to expand humor. Austin Stogner vs Brayden Willis. WHO YOU GOT!?
In the opening take, Grant talks about how he spent the whole weekend watching games from OU's 1985 season. Then Lee joins to provide an update on what to expect from the next couple of episodes. Lee shares what he saw at practice Tuesday morning and we try to figure out how and why college football players these days are allowed to cut up their practice pants (9:00). More practice thoughts from Lee including his thoughts on Austin Stogner, Jaden Haselwood, and Mike Woods (13:45). The Sooners scrimmage Sunday night and Lincoln Riley tells us all about it (18:20). Riley said something about the offensive line that got Lee's attention -- so we dissect every word of it because this is an OU Football podcast. Also, everyone loves Perrion Winfrey (24:40). Danny Stutsman time. Let's hear what Brian Odom has to say about the true freshman (35:05). How quickly is Tre Bradford going to be able to contribute at RB? And DeMarco Murray calls Creed Humphrey the 3rd most athletic offensive lineman he's ever seen (39:00). Roy Manning provided a humorous update on Justin Harrington which leads to Grant questioning the honesty of the OU coaching staff. Who are the corners that are going to play this fall (42:25)? Why is Harrington playing corner when there seems to be more of a depth concern at safety (49:25)? Going to the "West of Everest" Facebook Page to talk about OU losing a recent commitment. Grant's got this one (57:00). Will Jalen Redmond start? And brief discussions about the secondary that we will expand on next show (1:03:00). Finally, we take a look at OU being No. 2 in the AP Poll and "The Athletic" puts out a comical preseason All-American team (1:08:15). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Sooners fall camp 2021 talk| 2 things that can cost OU a natty & 2 things that if they are done Oklahoma wins a natty | breakout players predicted| 5-star recruiting talk with OU hot on recruiting trail! 00:00 - OU football is BACK! Not ready to crown them just yet, but lots of positives from Lincoln Riley, Alex Grinch, Bill Bedenbaugh, and Calvin Thibodeaux so far (and if you didn't know, it has just been 4 practices, now 6 so temper excitement, per Coach Bedenbaugh)! 05:00 - OU defense just looks physically different than anyone can truly remember. We name the guys that stood out in our 20-25 minutes at practice on Tuesday. 10:00 - Things coaches have said that have piqued our interest and why. Also, what else did we take away from our minimal time with practice viewing? 16:00 More on what the staffers have said on position battles and our thoughts on those battles. The offensive tackle position talk; the center position seems Andrew Raym's to lose, and young guys are pushing the older returnees for playing time. Who do we think will play? 30:00 - Why Brandon thinks the wide receiver position is pivotal for OU's success this year. He dives into consistency being the key after nine dropped TD's, and then the OUinsider staff transitions into two things OU can't have happen if they want to win the national title. 1:00:00 - Safety position talk: The staff talks about a topic that OUinsider VIP Board members do not like, and that the two returning starters are underrated (Pat Fields and Delarrin Turner-Yell) and deserve respect on their names for their leadership and the fact they keep holding off players more athletically gifted over and over. The real question is the depth at safety, and the OUinsider staff thinks that is as good and deep as it has been in years. 1:04:00 - Also, two things that OU HAS TO HAPPEN for the Sooners to win a national title. OUinsider staff -- and Collin in particular -- goes on a rant for why he thinks the Sooners win the national title in the 2021 season first. The podcast self-proclaimed "realist" is stepping out and saying why he thinks this is OU's year! He finishes his two reasons why OU wins the natty, and the rest of the staff follows with their two reasons why Oklahoma wins it all in 2021. Collin does go off on why Spencer Rattler is the most undervalued preseason Heisman frontrunner he can remember. Due to his spring play, the Caleb Williams buzz has been interesting this off-season to follow with a returner and possible top-5 pick back for OU. Parker thinks Marvin Mims, Mike Woods, and most specifically, Austin Stogner go off in 2021. Defensively, Parker says a lockdown corner has to emerge and explains why with solid players at the position in 2021 like DJ Graham, Woodi Washington, Latrell McCutchin, Jaden Davis, and Justin Harrington. Brandon says the QB room has to stay healthy. Depth is great with the first two in Spencer Rattler and Caleb Williams, but it gets a bit dicey after that. He calls for a bold prediction that there will be two players with 10+ sacks in 2021. The staff breaks down how possible that is and comes up with two players, with 8 sacks being the happy medium. Really solid discussion all the way around there. 1:20:00 - Perrion Winfrey or Jalen Redmond as first-rounders? Who is most likely? Staff is separated on that—all three with good reasons for their choice between the two. 1:30:00 One player on offense and one on defense that will have a surprise year. Staff each name their two guys. 1:40:00 - The rest of the podcast is ALL recruiting talk... 2:07:00 - Staff talks FREE DAY for non-members to checkout OUInsider at NO COST on August 16th! Join OUinsider by clicking HERE! It's worth every penny for the die-hard Sooners fan, and you get to be on top of the inside scoop on Sooners football and recruiting while talking to THOUSANDS of OU fans 24/7 on the OUinsider VIP Board!!! DON'T MISS OUT!!!!!!!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the opening take, Lee thinks the national media will give OU the benefit of the doubt right now -- but that's not going to last long. Then Grant joins to talk about how he's way more excited for football than he was last season. Also Lee talks about going to OU practice Tuesday morning, and is it just us or has OU's social media been putting out way more videos than usual (4:05)? It looks like some guys are much bigger and the Sooners decided to put a very large person in No. 44 this year (13:15). Bill Bedenbaugh talks Andrew Raym -- and he might be really, really good. Plus, Bedenbaugh couldn't be more pleased with where is O-Line group is through 4 days of fall camp (16:35). Grant has a story about the 2008 OU football team being a National Championship contender that makes him think of the current team (25:50). More news and notes from the offensive line. Who's playing where (34:30)? Theo Wease, Jadon Haselwood, and Austin Stogner are all healthy and good to go (36:20). Grant liked what Marvin Mims had to say on Media Day about the depth of pass catchers on OU. Grant says the ceiling of this offense is absurd (40:15). Mike Woods is expected to be an immediate impact player (43:30). Alex Grinch's Media Day press conference was kind of boring, but he did say one thing that caught our attention. Get ready for a long talk about the "unique depth" on the Sooners' D-Line (45:40). Grant predicted when OU/Texas would officially announce they were heading to the SEC. And we begin with a listener question about OU's first opponent Tulane, and when the Sooners will "change the narrative" that they're not good enough for the SEC (53:55)? Another listener wants to know if OU fans will ever chant "SEC!" (1:01:10)? Another listener wants to know if the SEC will do Divisions or "Pods" when OU and Texas join? Grant wants A&M to be in the same pod as OU and Texas, but Lee understands why they may mix those teams up (1:05:55). At the end Lee mentions a recent story about "pausing" CFP expansion and Grant gets on his soap box about games being scheduled 20 years in the future (1:15:30). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In the opening take, Lee tells you why Caleb Williams was impressive during OU's spring game. Then Grant joins to talk about going to the spring game and seeing the stadium for the first time since 2012 (2:55). Then Grant gives his take on Caleb Williams, plus Spencer Rattler was not sharp (7:10). Lee names the offensive players who stood out to him Saturday beginning with Eric Gray's first appearance in an OU uniform (17:00). Mario Williams got a lot of targets Saturday and Jadon Haselwood made the catch of the day (21:45). It would seem Andrew Raym is the top center for the Sooners heading into the summer (27:00). Switching over to the defense as Lee talks about being down on the field seeing some of the new players in person, including Billy Bowman (35:00). Grant loves DJ Graham and he's got a super hot take about Graham's future (38:30). Clayton Smith looked awesome close up and Lee's incredibly excited to see how the Sooners use him this fall (41:45). Let's talk about Caleb Kelly. He looks to be in great shape and it would be super cool if he stays healthy in 2021 (46:20). Grant wants to talk more in depth about the secondary group touching on Josh Eaton, Key Lawrence, Justin Harrington, and more (50:00). We talk about all the players who did not play. Lee was most disappointed to not see Jalen Redmond out there (58:00). There's always random players who stand out in the spring game who never do anything ever again (1:01:45). Wanya Morris started at LT for the first team offense Kennedy Brooks didn't do a lot, and OU gets Arkansas transfer Mike Woods. Good to see Austin Stogner active, plus can any of these 2019 5-star WRs catch a break (1:02:55)? Wrapping up the spring game and looking ahead to the summer and the fall, plus the NFL Draft is this week, and Orlando Brown gets traded to the Chiefs (1:11:10). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
No opening take today, so the guys immediately jump into the things that have happened around OU football that's caught our attention since the last episode. First up: the hype train for Eric Gray has left the station, just listen to DeMarco Murray (2:15). Lee criticizes Eric Gray's former offensive coordinator Jim Chaney, which Grant jumps in to defend Chaney's old Georgia offense (13:05). DeMarco Murray said Eric Gray and Mikey Henderson are the best pass catching running backs this spring (17:20). Jadon Haselwood and the wide receivers are quite aware that they dropped a lot of touchdowns in 2020. Also Trejan Bridges loves practice now (23:00). The wide receiver room looks a little different in 2021, and would you take the 2019 OU offense or the 2020 OU offense (33:35)? After the 5-star WR trio had mostly limited roles in 2019, will incoming freshman 5-star WR Mario Williams actually flash and contribute more than any of those players from the 2019 class (36:50)? Grant brings up Wanya Morris, and also what's the deal with Austin Stogner (42:40)? Brian Odom recently went down the list of every player in his linebacker room. Should we read into the order in which he listed the players (47:35)? Should we be getting ready for the Shane Whitter breakout year (54:40)? Okay this freshman class has been talked up so much that Lee wonders if these are the best football players who have ever played football (59:30)? Roy Manning let us know that Woodi Washington has been limited this spring and has not practiced much. Plus Nik Bonitto loves football more than you do. Probably (1:07:50). Lee provides a brief update on his OU DB 2020 rewatch (1:15:20). Finally, Grant's got an outside the box take on OU hiring Porter Moser (1:21:00). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In the opening take, Grant explains why OU's worst offensive performance in the Lincoln Riley era is not necessarily a bad thing. Then Lee joins to admit that we need to be better on this fine podcast and we find out Grant's never left an iTunes review for anything (03:50). So do you all care about an in depth discussion of how OU can make the College Football Playoff (06:30)? So what the heck happened to OU's offense against Baylor? Lee says it was a lot more about what Baylor did than anything else. Plus a lot of talk about the offensive line (09:10). Spencer Rattler was uncomfortable a lot of the night and Baylor's defense showed him looks he hasn't seen a lot before (21:35). Grant says the Baylor game reminded him of some OU games from the early to mid 2000s (30:10). We head into "3 word reviews" which prompts us to talk about the defense for the first time. Robert Barnes played safety and everybody back there played well (33:25). Bookie's absence didn't matter against Baylor (42:15). Grant dogs on Charlie Brewer while Lee backs him up a little bit (44:50). That game was just really weird (47:30). Lee thinks the OU linebackers are just okay and DaShaun White had a rough game. Plus is a position change in David Ugwoegbu's future (49:20)? How much does Lee care about OU continuing its Big 12 Championship streak (52:50)? More on Rattler's game and how hopefully he learns that sometimes he's gotta take what the defense gives him (57:25). Lee wasn't as annoyed about Baylor's push off TD catch, while it bothered Grant immensely (59:00). Shane Beamer is off to South Carolina, plus Lee doens't know message board lingo (1:04:30). Dropped passes plagued OU a bit against Baylor. Theo Wease is gonna need to get better this offseason (1:07:45). Hopefully that game wakes up Lincoln Riley and the offense. Jeremiah Hall's explanation for Saturday's poor performance (1:14:50). Baylor marching the length of the field and scoring at the end of the game was super annoying. Plus Lee had no idea that DJ Graham played wide receiver in high school, and we talk about his interception (1:17:55). Grant says Ronnie Perkins should come back to school next year. Isaiah Thomas continues to be awesome along with the rest of the defensive line (1:24:35). We're both happy the Big 12 didn't cancel the OU-West Virginia game and Lincoln Riley's message all week has been fantastic. And of course we have to get some hits in on the Big Ten (1:29:00). Grant feels about the same about this WVU game as he did a couple weeks ago. Lee feels better about the matchup right now. Also some Austin Stogner talk (1:38:30). The line has moved since the open and gut feelings on the game (1:46:30). Grant says this 2020 season has flown by (1:49:30). Ohio State will be allowed in the Big Ten Title game now. We're starting to think a 6-0 Ohio State in the Playoff doesn't sit right (1:50:25). College football continues to choose to not make its playoff product as good as it could be(2:02:20). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In the opening take, Lee laments the fact that no fans will be at the Rose Bowl this year. Then Grant joins to lamely discuss weather before giving his thoughts on the Rose Bowl/covid and all that fun stuff (4:20). We delayed the show for a day to get more info about Saturday's game and is Bob Stoops helping out with coaching really that big of a deal (16:10)? OU's dealing with a covid outbreak and Lee goes over a little bit about what he heard last week, plus the CDC has changed contact tracing guidelines (21:20). Who the heck is going to miss this Baylor game (26:10)? Lee doesn't think it sounds good for Austin Stogner this week (28:00). Is this going to be Rhamondre Stevenson's final home game (33:10)? We can't believe OU actually lost to K-State and first impressions of Baylor (36:15). Baylor's probably not as bad as its record indicates and we talk a little about Charlie Brewer (40:05). Baylor's offense is playing its best football of the season right now, but overall the Bears aren't explosive and they struggle to run the football (43:50). Is Isaiah Thomas an All-American (49:20)? Lee explains how Baylor's offense moves the ball against OU (50:10). Baylor's defense is fine this year, not as good as 2019, but the Bears have some talent in the secondary (54:20). Baylor struggles to create negative plays, but the Bears lead the Big 12 in takeaways. We also debate offensive lines in the Big 12 (1:03:15). We give our gut feelings for what will happen Saturday (1:08:05). Hot College Football Playoff Rankings talk which leads to criticizing the Big Ten for putting us all in this weird situation. Also could that lead to OU getting in (1:14:50)? Lee thinks OU is playing better football than Ohio State right now and what is the committee going to do with SEC? What about possible CFP rematches (1:21:00)? That K-State loss is probably going to disqualify OU, right (1:26:40)? We probably do a bad job of breaking down the Big 12 tiebreaker scenarios (1:29:55). If OU doesn't play in the Big 12 Title game, will the Sooners try to schedule a non-conf game (1:33:20)? Grant wants to see OU play Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl (1:36:00). More ripping on the Big Ten and their ridiculous covid policies that are forcing more games to be canceled (1:37:25). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In the opening take, Grant can't figure out what Lincoln Riley was thinking in that Kansas game. Then Lee joins to go through all the ins and outs of leaving Spencer Rattler in the KU game long past after it was clear that he was injured (3:30). Is Lincoln Riley making sure OU is in the best position possible to make the CFP? -- plus more on Rattler and the KU game decisions (7:00). Lee was a lot more concerned with Rhamondre Stevenson potentially getting hurt compared to Rattler (15:55). We go through your "3-word reviews" and it's been a tough year for Charleston Rambo (19:30). We talk probably way too much about that bizarre Bookie interception that led to a fumble and a turnover (24:00). OU's running game has been great the last two games (32:00) and how much of OU's recent good play is a mirage (32:45)? We felt bad for KU's quarterback because he was beat up all day (35:20). OU got a couple more takeaways. The Sooners should be able to take the ball away from OSU next week (39:10). More young players are showing the coaching staff they're ready to play. D.J. Graham stood out a bit (42:05). Lee doesn't know why football players don't wear pads or mouthguards anymore (44:20). Austin Stogner got banged up but it sounds like he's fine (46:00). Les Miles is hammering a paycheck right now at KU (47:00). A listener has some Riley play calling critiques, which leads to a longer discussion of trying to understand Riley's mentality as a play caller (48:40). Will Rhamondre Stevenson come back next year (56:05)? A listener references "The Karate Kid" with a 3 word review and neither of the guys have seen that movie (58:45). A listener question wants to know since other conferences aren't playing a lot of games, can OU still rally and make the CFP? And the guys explain why they'd rather not see OU make the playoff, anyways (1:00:10). It looks like OU is effectively in control of its own destiny (1:08:00). **WE HAD TO CUT THE SHOW SHORT DUE TO TECHNICAL ISSUES** | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Lots of turnovers on both sides and even more replay delays made the first half disjointed and muddied. But the Sooners just kept rolling against Big 12 competition. Spencer Rattler gave everyone a scare with a bruised hip and Austin Stogner still is a concern. But the defensive line had its most dominant day yet and the defense beat up KU's quarterback all day long. Alex Grinch continues to get production out of his youth on defense and Oklahoma just pounded Kansas into submission Saturday afternoon in Norman. It was good to be home but another big one happens in two weeks. OU works to get back control over its own destiny against Oklahoma State. Carey, Eddie and Bob have your complete wrap-up.
It has been a while since we've been able to say that Oklahoma's defense dominated an aspect of the game but here we are. Among the many things we talk about in this episode of the Sooner Nation Podcast is just how good, and you, the Sooner front seven is. Episode Talking Points - Defense carried the day - Still having struggles in the secondary though - The front seven is young and powerful - Defensive POTG - Made a commitment to the run early - No turnovers!!! - Austin Stogner has to get better at contested catches - Marvin Mims is the star of the receiving corps - Offensive POTG - Around the Big 12 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The gang is all here after surviving a bye week and we've talked all we can talk about the Texas win. It's time to move on to TCU and the expectations that have been reset coming out of the overtime win over Texas. Can Spencer Rattler keep building chemistry with receivers like Theo Wease, Marvin Mims, Austin Stogner and Drake Stoops? Can the offensive line continue to run the ball effectively even if Rhamondre Stevenson doesn't come back until Texas Tech? Can the defense build off of their emerging playmakers like Perrion Winfrey, Woodi Washington, Nik Bonitto and Isaiah Thomas? And are the Sooners expecting another huge commitment this weekend for Lincoln Riley's offense? We've talked to the players and coaches on both sides of the ball this week, all our media interviews are over. Here's all the latest to get you ready for the Sooners as they get back in action against TCU this weekend. The full rundown follows below: 00:00 - Hello and welcome back 17:25 - Suspensions and more 22:00 - Chris Murray. How will he fit? 25:30 - Running backs; Seth McGowan returning to the fold 35:07 - Can Oklahoma build off Cotton Bowl victory? 50:46 - OU defensively 1:08:00 - Recruitng news/notes
It was a crazy day as usual at the Cotton Bowl. OU appeared to have victory secured but the defense reverted to their form over the last two weeks. But did the Sooners start to find something on offense with Spencer Rattler and several receivers like Austin Stogner, Theo Wease and Drake Stoops? The defense used a lot of youngsters and it all looked really good. Lincoln Riley had a gut check as a coach. He wasn't perfect. He made some questionable decisions. But at least he hasn't been branded as a three time loser. Sam Ehlinger showed a lot of heart, but the OU defense won out in the end. The defensive line was really good again but the secondary joined in a little bit too. Eddie and Carey break it all down and we're ready for the bye week after a much needed win for Sooner fans.
OUInsider staff writers RJ Young and Brandon Drumm chopped it up about true freshmen Spencer Rattler and Austin Stogner impressing the likes of CeeDee Lamb and Grant Calcaterra in OU's preseason camp. The Sooners are set to scrimmage on Saturday where there could be some separation at quarterback between Rattler, Jalen Hurts and Tanner Mordecai. Young and Drumm shared stories about 2020 offensive line commit Andrew Raym and unpacked an apparent injury to defensive back Tre Norwood. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The team is back at full strength for this week's episode of the Unofficial 40 Podcast. We've had a good amount of media access so far this spring including several conversations with Alex Grinch. We break down what we've learned, what we think we've learned and what we still want to learn. Should anyone even be worried about a quarterback battle at this point in the process? Do we believe Grinch can find consistent players on defense? Is leadership still a major issue on the defensive side of the ball? Josh also updates on the growing list of spring game visitors. Some five-stars will be in Norman for the spring game. A rundown follows below: OPEN - Alex Grinch's demeanor after the first seven practices 0.14:00 - Things that stood out at practice Monday. Austin Stogner's size is one big thing 0.23:45 - Caleb Kelly's future is now 0.27:40 - An L.J. Moore sidebar. Pimpin' ain't easy. 0.34:15 - Player reaction to Alex Grinch. How much are we buying in after 7 practices. 0.42:40 - Don't worry about the quarterback "battle" right now 0.48:20 - Why have New Orleans kids rarely panned out at OU? 0.55:00 - TCU is not a real football program. You can't cancel a spring game. 0.58:57 - Josh breaks down the visitor list for the spring game 1.04:30 - OU's recent receiver development covers up a shadowy and embarrassing past 1.17:00 - Josh's Disney vacation proves he is no longer in control of his life
Well, the ChampUBBQ is here and we dive right into the big weekend for the Sooners and Lincoln Riley. Josh and Bob give a full breakdown and we chop up all the names to know, including the latest we know on Dax Hill. Eddie is strangely quiet and surly today early in the pod but something inside is brewing before we finish. Carey just tries to stay out of the way and drives the car toward ChampUBBQ. We do have plenty to talk about with the safety position heading into fall camp. We also break down other spots on the roster a we wait for guys to put the pads on. We also give our tribute to longtime SoonerScoop.com member Felo who recently passed away. Then in true Unofficial 40 fashion, we ruin the heartfelt tribute with a random talk that goes a little overboard. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - We listen to some of the complainers on our new survey and get straight to #ChampUBBQ. Sort of. 0:01:58 - ChampUBBQ and how we got here three years in to the event 0:02:46 - Time of the year where early commits can get restless without all the love. 0:05:22 - The players become major recruiters this weekend for OU. 0:06:48 - Andrew Raym is a player to watch according to Bob 0:08:15 - Dax Hill update for Saturday 0:11:20 - Spencer Rattler comes back to Norman. 0:13:05 - Where does OU go if they have to move on from Bryce Young? 0:19:00 - People are complaining about Eddie's language. People are also complaining that we censor Eddie. 0:20:00 - Lincoln Riley has made defensive recruiting a major priority. How big a step forward can OU take this weekend? 0:24:30 - No Jase McClellan or Austin Stogner this weekend 0:25:20 - People are mad about banging for Jesus. Carey accuses Eddie of turning into Jim Traber. 0:26:00 - OU will have a 2021 recruit at the BBQ 0:28:20 - Josh on Dax Hill, Alabama, and OU. Bob wraps up in-state kids at the BBQ 0:31:45 - Competition has become the buzzword of preseason camp. Also an LB breakdown 0:33:50 - Kerry Cooks and concerns at the safety position. Is Robert Barnes too big to be a safety? 0:38:50 - So much media and no practices yet. Eddie is really triggered about it. 0:42:35 - Cody Ford will play tackle. Plenty of offensive line breakdown 0:47:40 - Jeremiah Hall got some love from Shane Beamer yesterday 0:51:30 - We kind of bring back ratings and reviews talking about your complaints of the podcast from our survey 0:59:30 - We try and get to the bottom of Eddie's anger today. It's because he's moving. 1:06:10 - Welcome to OU series winding down. Bob takes another swipe at Josh. 1:07:15 - Rodney Anderson hates the smell of McDonalds and Josh is prompted to tell us about Lanie's birthday party. 1:12:15 - Eddie is done at this point until we bring up Tiger Woods and The Open and being in the middle of local media day. 1:21:49 - Who is Kyler Murray as a person? 1:29:40 - Our tribute to board member Felo 1:36:55 - Cornhole is a terrible name for a game and we end the show about as crass as possible.
Frisco, Texas -- The Opening Finals Day 2 featured a lot of Oklahoma commits and targets showing out. The Opening is a marquee high school football camp and show case that features the top four- and five-star high school football players from across the country. Spencer Rattler, EJ Ndoma-Ogar, Trejan Bridges, Theo Wease, Arjei Henderson, Austin Stogner and others were showing their skills.
Star Local Media recaps the latest round of local playoff baseball and softball following a week that featured mixed results around the Metroplex. Topics include Plano Senior softball's big win over Flower Mound (1:30), DFW's struggles against 12-6A and East Texas (7:30), including season-ending series for Coppell baseball (9:30), Prosper softball (11:00), The Colony baseball (12:30) and Reedy baseball (13:00), followed series wins for Prosper and Marcus baseball (14:00) and a note on Celina softball (17:00). The Fast Forward Rewind student-athlete spotlight shifts back to the gridiron for a chat with Prestonwood tight end Austin Stogner (18:00), and the staff rounds out the discussion with a look at Sunnyvale baseball's series win in 3A (25:00).
—:36 list of confirmed recruits attending the spring game —2:30 Trace Adkins at the spring game shows OU being cheap —6:58 an appreciate of Oklahoma softball coach Patty Gasso —8:41 Q&A with Austin Stogner —13:20 RJ Young on the Sports Animal —23:30 Why Baker Mayfield will get drafted by the Cleveland Browns