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Sooner surprise: Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops retires at 56

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is stepping down. It was a stunning offseason move by the 56-year-old future Hall of Famer who led the Sooners to 10 conference championships and a national title in 18 seasons. Stoops says he has no health concerns and the time is simply right to hand over the reins. Offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley will become the youngest head coach in the Bowl Subdivision at the age of 33.

Oklahoma to face Oregon in NCAA golf finals

Defending champion Oregon made it back to the title match in the NCAA men’s golf championship when Sulman Raza held on to beat Vanderbilt’s best player.

RB Joe Mixon settles lawsuit with woman he punched

Former Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has settled a lawsuit filed by woman he punched nearly three years ago, the parties said in a joint statement. The statement said the two spoke in person, and Amelia Molitor’s lawsuit has been “amicably resolved and dismissed.” Mixon hopes to be selected in the NFL draft next week.

Baker Mayfield leads Oklahoma over Auburn in Sugar Bowl

Baker Mayfield passed for 296 yards and two touchdowns, including one scoring pass to fellow Heisman Trophy finalist Dede Westbrook, and seventh-ranked Oklahoma ended its season on a 10-game winning streak, defeating No. 17 Auburn 35-19 in the Sugar Bowl on Monday night.

Oklahoma’s Joe Mixon tearfully apologizes for punching woman

Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon made a tearful public apology, more than two years after punching a woman and breaking bones in her face. He said at a news conference he wanted to apologize earlier, but his legal team advised him not to. Mixon was suspended for a year after his assault on Oklahoma student Amelia Molitor.