Allen Patrick

Oklahoma Sooners #0 - Running Back

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Countdown to Kickoff: 23 Days! | Allen Patrick is the real AP


Allen Patrick had speed to burn, and you better believe he left it all on the field.

Countdown to Kickoff: 29 Days! | Will Peoples and Chris Brown


Though they shared the spotlight with all-time greats, Peoples’ and Brown’s contributions were instrumental to their teams.

Countdown To Kickoff | 21 Days!


In 2006, Oklahoma beat rival Nebraska by a score of 21-7 in the Big 12 Championship.

Roundtable: Oklahoma’s 2007 Season and What Could Have Been


Was there a crazier season in college football history than 2007? I don’t think so, and neither do the folks at The Mothership. When the 2007 season comes to mind, most think of opportunities...

Marquise Brown, Marcelias Sutton and the JUCO Impact


Newcomers Marquise Brown and Marcelias Sutton look to make the on-field impact of previous junior college standouts under Bob Stoops including Dede Westbrook and Damien Williams.

2014 Countdown To Kickoff | 44 Days!


Heading into the 2007 season, a season of unfortunate events struck the Sooner Football Program. Starting running back, Allen Patrick suffered a sprained ankle while Chris Brown served a...

2014 Countdown To Kickoff | 79 Days


In 2007, the Sooners rode two freshman to a 79-10 victory in their opener.

CCM Top 25: Pac 12 Officiating Injustices Continue


The Wisconsin Badgers are the latest team to be robbed by Pac 12 officiating

23 Days!


Beginning with a series of unfortunate events, the 2006 season turned around in a hurry ending with another championship for the Sooners.

49 Days!


On November 24, 2007 freshman quarterback Sam Bradford tossed four touchdown passes and running back Allen Patrick ran for 202 yards in Oklahoma's 49-17 Bedlam blowout win. Get Your Copy...

2012 Countdown To Kickoff: 23 Days

2012 Countdown To Kickoff: 23 Days

What do you consider a successful NFL Draft?

Both Brandon Flowers #24 and Brandon Carr #39 of the Kansas City Chiefs were drafted in the 2008 NFL Draft. My question is what do you think is a better draft? In your eyes, what is a great draft?...