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Hello! Thank you for visiting the OU Sooners Webring. The OU Sooners Webring represents a large collection of OU-related homepages on the net. It also includes several OU athletic, academic and alumni sites. The ring was founded in 1997 as my little attempt to unite the OU Sooner community all across the Internet... I'm proud to say the ring had grown to include more than 90 websites in just over three years -- making it one of the largest single-university-related webrings on the world wide web! We just started over again at a new home on "RingSurf" -- please join us!

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[Robyn and Todd at the 2001 Orange Bowl]



[Sooner Century]


In 1895, the University of Oklahoma started building one of the greatest traditions in college football history. This history is now celebrated in the book, "SOONER CENTURY: 100 Glorious Years of Oklahoma Football".

Authored by Oklahoma native and OU graduate, J. Brent Clark, SOONER CENTURY is the complete look back at the great Sooner football tradition. You'll relive every thrilling moment, from the first games played in Norman, to the OU Sooner program's rise to national prominence, to the present. A book that helps you embrace the past, while looking towards OU's future...




The 1954-1956 Sooners played heroic, near-perfect football under the Patton-like command of Bud Wilkinson, leaving a towering legacy of football records: 47 consecutive wins in Division I. It remains, almost 50 years later, "the greatest winning streak in NCAA college football history".

In "The Undefeated: The Oklahoma Sooners and the Greatest Winning Streak in College Football History", the author Jim Dent recalls how Wilkinson's winning teams drew the entire region out of its dust-bowl Okie funk into the bright orbit of national -- and lasting -- sports respectability.



[The Undefeated]



[Heupel Glory]


Josh Heupel’s road to a national championship with the 2000 Oklahoma Sooners was filled with obstacles, from the near-death experience of his mother to a serious injury that could very easily have ended Josh’s career.

In "The Road to Glory: The path of faith that led to Oklahoma and a national championship", Heupel writes about the lessons he’s learned and how young people can take that information and apply it to their own lives. He also writes about the proper way for parents to be involved in their child’s sports careers, and how faith has shaped his personal development.




Robert Heard paints a picture of the 2nd weekend in October that allows those who have never been to the State Fair to get a glimpse at the passion involved in this game. The exitement going into the Cotton Bowl, the Orange Blood's elation upon leaving, and the hopeless post-game feeling north of the Red River are all demonstrated in vivid color.

In "OKLAHOMA vs. texas: When Football Becomes War", the author tends to slant the rivalry's bias towards texas. The book does recount the history of the series well -- however, much is still yet to be written. 63-14!



[Red River Rivalry]



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