now a RRR highlight, Geneo Grissom
the 1985 National Championship game vs PSU
The Non-Fiction Writers podcast: Recapping the NFL Draft and talking OU football recruiting with Josh McCuistion
Welcome to the home of “The Non-Fiction Writers,” NewsOK.com’s new OU football podcast from beat writers Jason Kersey and Ryan Aber.
The podcast’s name is a nod to legendary former OU football coach Barry Switzer, who has famously referred to reporters as “fiction writers.”
You can click on the link below to listen and download the podcast to your computer, or you can subscribe on iTunes by clicking here. We’ll leave links to our archived podcast here on this post and updated it with each new episode.
The Non-Fiction Writers: 05/13/2014 <–Click there) – Jason Kersey and Ryan Aber recap the 2014 NFL Draft and are joined by SoonerScoop.com’s Josh McCuistion to discuss the 2015 recruiting class for OU.
Roy Finch can contribute in special teams, and the Patriots do need a returner
Originally posted on From the Couch:
Welcome the next fan favorite.
Lets start by looking at his stats:
5’6″ 177 lbs
4.50s 40 time (1.65s 10 yd, 2.64s 20 yd)
9.5′ broad jump
22 reps of 225 lbs.
Biggest problem? Too small. He can’t be a running back at 5’6”, thats tiny. So he went undrafted. And the next logical though is, what team would want a 5’6” back? What can he really even do? His senior year stats were less than stellar, (59 rushes for 347 yards and 0 TD) so why even bother giving this man a post?
Because he can run…
And he can run…
He is Danny Woodhead meets the Hulk, and the Patriots just signed him. You want an undrafted kid to root for, you just found him. He also has a spin move that will leave you lost and wanting your mommy.
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Brandon Weeden’s days in Cleveland have come to an end, officially.
The Browns announced on Wednesday afternoon that Weeden has been released.
Weeden, a first-round draft pick in 2012, has been a major disappointment while playing for a dysfunctional Browns franchise. He was a disappointment as a 15-game starter his rookie year and was every bit as bad in his second season, in 2013, when both Brian Hoyer and Jason Campbell were more effective running the Browns’ offense than Weeden was.