To replace Gibbs, Oklahoma looked towards the seasoned Howard Schnellenberger, then 61 years old.[105] Schnellenberger had a well-established reputation for turning teams around. He had built Miami from an also-ran to a national champion in 1983, and turned around a once-moribund Louisville program. In the end, he was almost too sure of himself. He was quoted as saying, "They will write books and make movies about my time here."[100][106] His 1995 team started out well, reaching the top 10 after a 3–0 start. However, an embarrassing loss to Colorado on national television started a downward spiral. The Sooners ultimately finished 5–5–1,[107] including only their second losing conference record since World War II. Schnellenberger resigned a month after the season ended.[106] To this day, Schnellenberger is not held in high esteem by Sooner fans, in part because he made no secret of his lack of interest in the program's history.[106] For instance, he vowed to make "Sooner Nation" forget about Wilkinson and Switzer—a boast considered to be almost heretical by the fan base. He ordered numerous old files to be thrown out; instead, they were archived without his knowledge.[100]


The Sunday After Payback Saturday


I see you out there Wolverines, Gophers, and Pokes. Go troll a bit. You've earned it.

Late night shift


It has been a good day of football

U of Ms

Second Saturday Morning


And you may ask yourself, "How do I work this?" And you may ask yourself, "Where is that large marquee victory?" And you may tell yourself, "This is not my beautiful Big House" And you may tell yourself, "This is not my beautiful title" … Same as it ever was Same as it ever was Same as it ever was Same as it ever was



11/26/1789 – A national Thanksgiving Day is observed in the United States as proclaimed by President George Washington at the request of Congress.


Black Friday Morning


Lets have a black celebration

Happy Thanksgiving!


From W . . . K . . . R . . . P!

All the food eve


It shall be consumed tomorrow