Today's Joklahoman headline in the sports section says the Bud Wilkinson is solely responsible for the creation of the one-on-one practice drill. Wow. And I thought the most significant things that Bud Wilkinson invented were recruiting violations such as cash payment to players, new cars to players and their families, and, in some cases, new houses to players families. What was I thinking?
People, of this part of the country, know that they have built their dishonorable legacy the dirty way. It is an embarrassment that that school is located in our fine state. I can't think of anything that I am more ashamed of regarding my home state. The have definitely earned their name sooner. Pitiful.
Bud wasn't responsible for cheating boosters. Few head coaches are even if like Pat, who knew boosters had bought Harte Lee. Switzer also knew about boosters and assistants but for the most part kept his own hands clean. Makes one wonder, what does Stoops know, other than free cars to drive, free gasolene and hours paid for but not worked.
et4osu wrote: Bud wasn't responsible for cheating boosters. Few head coaches are even if like Pat, who knew boosters had bought Harte Lee. Switzer also knew about boosters and assistants but for the most part kept his own hands clean. Makes one wonder, what does Stoops know, other than free cars to drive, free gasolene and hours paid for but not worked.
considering Merv was the one who referred players to BRSI for jobs....
drpoker wrote: Hey oku"man"! One of OU's former players referred to it himself as one on one. Get somebody to read the article to you at bedtime.
HEY drpoker, the oklahoma drill is and has always been one blocker, one defender, and one running back, and keep it between the blocking dummies. You can't expect a guy with an ou education to count all the way to three.
Anyone who played high school football in Oklahoma between 190 and 1990 got their share of this drill, after 1990, they probably decided that contact in practice wasn't politically correct.
ONE of our boosters paid ONE guy in our history, and we get hit with the WORST PROBATION in the HISTORY of college football...
u0 pays guys consistently for a quarter of a century with free cars, cash handshakes, no-show jobs set up by a university employee, and gets caught doing it again just a few years ago.... they get NOTHING, they had to kick two players off the team, big deal (-the player caught driving a free lexus gets to finish his career) but no repercussions at all to the program
absolutely no fairness in the NCAA's handling of violations