Gabe Lynn

Oklahoma Sooners #9 - Defensive Back

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 204

2011, twilight of the Brent Venables OU defense


Back in 2011 it wasn’t commonly understood what it truly meant or required to play great defense in the Big 12. Brent Venables and the Sooner defense had a tarnished legacy as a result.

The Oklahoma secondary needs to get aggressive again in 2017


The Sooner DBs only picked off four passes in 2016, to win an improved Big 12 in 2017 is going to require more.

Can Oklahoma's defense finally stop Baylor?


They haven't had much luck in recent years...

Why OkState Will Win The Big 12


Are you sipping the kool-aid? You will be after you read this!

What To Look For From The Defense Against Tulsa


Oklahoma's defensive backs are on watch this weekend against Tulsa

All eyes on the Sooners

Oklahoma was both lucky and good at the end of 2013. The Sooners have the easiest conference schedule of any Big 12 contender, but can they prove that last year's holes have been plugged enough to...

Oklahoma Football | Undrafted Free Agent Signings


Four Oklahoma football players were selected in this weekend's NFL draft but several others have picked up free agent offers since the draft came to a close.

Sooners In The NFL Draft | Who Is Going Where?


Gabe Ikard is ready to join a group of 65 players who have been drafted under Bob Stoops. Who will go with him though?

Red/White Game | Players To Watch


The Sooners return a load of starters from 2013 but that doesn't mean there won't be a number of players to keep an eye on during Oklahoma's spring game.

Oklahoma's Pro Day Results


Roy Finch posted the fastest 40 time at Oklahoma's Pro Day

OU Football | What's Left In The Cupboard For 2014


The roller coaster season that was 2013 OU Football has officially come to a close and fans are now faced with the atrociously long off-season. What makes the time off so dreadful is the...

"Undersized" Defense Produces "Oversized" Results


Heading to the Sugar Bowl, the Oklahoma Sooners had a few questions looming over their heads. A majority of those concerns fell on OU's "undersized" defense built for speed going head-to-head...