Oklahoma president David Boren said that television markets are not the driving force of any possible expansion from the Big 12.
Oklahoma president David Boren said that "the boat [has] sailed" on a potential Big 12 Network.
Oklahoma president Dave Boren said that the Big 12 was "absolutely unified" in its decision to implement a conference championship game starting in 2017.
In a vote of 10-0, the Big 12 approved a plan for a conference title game in 2017.
Oklahoma president David Boren stressed patience in regards to the potential of conference expansion.
Horns Digest's Chip Brown reports that the Big 12 will not be expanding or launching a conference television network in 2016.
Pro Football Focus ranks Oklahoma No. 2.
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.