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The latest version of the #1 Free OU Football news app is now available on the Apple App Store with several fixes and updates. An Android version will be released on the Google Play store in the next few days. When I first launched SoonerApp in 2012, I had no idea it would receive the kind of response it has. Sooner fans around the world make SoonerApp their go-to app for the latest OU football news over a million times a year! Now entering our 12th season, this version contains a bunch of fixes and updates: Tweets Tweets (or X)…
Hey Sooner Fans, thanks to all who have reached out about the Tweets section issues. There is some good news and some bad news: The good news is that I’ve figured out the issue. The bad news is two part: 1) Twitter (or ‘X’, as they now want to call themselves) is now charging for this data. 2) To implement any fix will, in addition to the new ongoing monthly costs, require some significant coding. Not a great situation, but at least we know what’s going on. Will post back with more updates, soon Thanks – Admin
Hey Sooner Fans, thanks to everyone who reached out about tweets not loading correctly in the app — again! The Twitter API appears to be having issues again. As discussed a few months back, the data access situation at Twitter is ever-evolving. Ole’ Admin is trying his hardest to get things righted, but the goalposts keep moving. Thanks for your patience! No timeline for fix just yet, but will keep at it!
ESPN is reporting that former OU DT Perrion Winfrey was released by the Cleveland Browns Wednesday after police listed him as a suspect in an aggravated robbery incident. Jake Trotter writes: “The Cleveland Browns released defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey on Wednesday after police listed him as a suspect in an aggravated robbery incident. A police spokesperson said its law department was still processing a report on Winfrey. No other details were immediately available. In a separate incident in April, Winfrey was arrested in Harris County, Texas, after being accused of grabbing the hand of a woman he was dating, causing “bodily injury,” according to court records.…
Hey Sooner Fans, thanks to everyone who reached out about tweets not loading correctly in the app. Ol’ Admin is on the case! If you haven’t followed Twitter news the past year, the company has been making changes to how (and for how much) developers access their data. Hopefully we can keep the functionality in the app, as I know there are a lot of folks that find it useful. Just more of a heads up that things may change again down the road. Thanks again to everyone who emailed about it – our community is the best!
In Stewart Mandel’s weekly mailbag Q&A for The Athletic, he discusses OU’s chances after moving to the SEC. In the article, which is behind a paywall, he was asked: With Oklahoma, Texas, USC and UCLA making moves, do you see them going the route of Miami, Nebraska and Colorado? The full article is available for subscribers here ($) Below is a snippet of his response: “Knowing that, of the four schools changing homes this go-around, Texas to the SEC is the only one that feels like a semi-natural fit. And I wouldn’t have said that if Texas A&M weren’t there.…
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Sooner Nation, Ryan Minor needs our help. Ryan was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer, and his brother Damon has set up a GoFundMe help Ryan and his wife, Allyson, tackle this head on. Ryan was a two sport star in basketball and baseball at OU, and played in the majors for the Orioles. He and Allyson have two children, Regan and Finley. For more information on how to help, visit his GoFundMe page.