ESPN's Brandon Chatmon views Oklahoma as one of the most overrated teams in the country.
University of Oklahoma president David Boren said about 25 schools have contacted the Big 12 about joining.
CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd was told by an Oklahoma source that the school was "within 30 minutes" of leaving the Big 12 for the Pac-10 in 2010.
Sports Illustrated's Colin Becht ranked Oklahoma No. 1 in the outlet's post-spring top-25 power rankings.
According to ESPN's updated FPI (Football Power Index) metric, Oklahoma is a 65% favorite to win the Big 12 in 2016.
Rivals recruiting director Mike Farrell noted that he "love[s] what [he's] seeing down in Norman, Oklahoma, under Bob Stoops in 2017 recruiting."
Oklahoma president David Boren indicated that the question of Big 12 expansion might be addressed this summer.
The Big 12 Conference will seriously discuss expansion at its conference meetings this week, reports the Sporting News' Mike DeCourcy.
Oklahoma president David Boren said, "I would emphasize--I don’t think the Big 12 Conference is in any danger of falling apart."
In a Monday interview, CFP executive director Bill Hancock told FOX Sports' Stewart Mandel and Bruce Feldman that "we have not talked at all about making any changes [to the Playoff schedule]."
Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops said that even with the team's 37-17 loss to Clemson in the Orange Bowl, "We'll be encouraged about the strides that we've taken and how close we are."
Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops indicated that the team is preparing for potentially sloppy conditions in Saturday's Bedlam showdown with Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops said that former Iowa State OC Mark Mangino's firing this week was "unfortunate."
Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops owns a 5-0 record in road games against Kansas State.