Data Scout Notes: 2015: 1stC/HMC-DPOY...PButkus/PLombardi/PNagurski/PLott/PBednarik/P1stM...2014: 1stC/HMC-DPOY/1stM...PLombardi/PButkus/PNagurski/PBednarik/DS#1PSTeamProspect-DBrugler...PLott/P1stM...2013: 2ndC/NAM...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Eric Striker News
12/14/15 - 2015 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Eric Striker (DPoY),...In addition, freshman Orlando Brown, sophomore fullback Dimitri Flowers and sophomore defensive back Steven Parker were each named honorable mention at their respective positions. Striker also received honorable mention for Defensive Player of the Year and Tapper had the same for Defensive Lineman of the Year. - Oklahoma Football
12/14/15 - 2015 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma, Sr.,...A repeat first-team selection from a year ago and second-team pick from 2013, Striker leads Oklahoma with 16.0 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks this season. OU’s all-time sack leader among linebackers, Striker ranks second and fifth, respectively, in those categories within the league and 24th and 42nd, nationally. He’s fourth on the squad with 61 tackles and has a team-best 11 quarterback hurries to go with three pass breakups, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. - Oklahoma Football
10/06/15 - OCT 5 BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Eric Striker, Oklahoma, LB, Sr., Seffner, Fla.,...Striker tied career highs with 12 tackles and 3.0 tackles for loss, and registered two sacks and a forced fumble in No. 14 Oklahoma’s 44-24 win over No. 21 West Virginia. The fumble was returned by teammate Jordan Evans 41 yards for a touchdown to help ice the Sooners’ second win over a ranked opponent this season. Striker increased his career sack total to 18.0, the most by an OU linebacker and 11th-highest overall in program history. His performance helped the Sooners hold West Virginia to an average of 4.3 yards per play after the Mountaineers averaged 6.8 yards per play in their first three games. - Big 12 Football
09/13/15 - In the biggest clash pitting the Big 12 against a rival from the SEC, Oklahoma did not look up to the challenge playing on the road against Tennessee. Trailing by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Sooners looked incapable of reviving a woeful offense. Then, suddenly, Oklahoma went on the attack behind quarterback Baker Mayfield and running back Samaje Perine. After forging a tie to send the game into overtime, the Sooners scored touchdowns in both extra sessions and sealed the 31-24 comeback win with a game-ending interception. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops had little difficulty rating the victory, even though the loss was the 28th for Tennessee in its last 29 meetings against ranked opponents. "It's one of the more special wins, maybe my favorite of all of them," Stoops said. "A little Sooner magic came back out."
In making that assessment, it did not hurt that Oklahoma's victim was from the SEC. Stoops has never been shy commenting about the reputation the SEC garners while generally perceived as the nation's best football conference. Before the road game, Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker also chimed in. "I don't know why people blow gas up their (behinds) all the time," Striker said about the SEC. "I don't understand why." For the better part of the game, it appeared he and the Sooners would have to dine on those words. - The Sports Xchange
09/13/15 - FIVE BIGGEST TAKEAWAYS FROM WEEK 2 IN THE BIG 12: 1. Oklahoma looked dead at Tennessee before scoring two late touchdowns in regulation and two more in overtime to steal a stirring road victory. The Sooners looked far different in the comeback than they did last season when they wilted down the stretch. Look for Oklahoma to contend in the Big 12. - The Sports Xchange