Delarrin Turner-Yell appeared in his fifth game Saturday at West Virginia, meaning the freshman safety is no longer eligible to redshirt.
Turner-Yell became the sixth Sooner freshman to cross the redshirt threshold.
College football’s new redshirt rule allows players to participate in up to four games and still redshirt and maintain an extra year of eligibility. We’ll monitor how the Sooners are using the rule each week in our redshirt tracker.
Played in more than four games, not eligible to redshirt (freshmen only)
T.J. Pledger, running back, freshman
Brayden Willis, tight end, freshman
Ronnie Perkins, defensive end, freshman
Brendan Radley-Hiles, nickelback, freshman
Delarrin Turner-Yell, safety, freshman
DaShaun White, linebacker, freshman
Played in four games, cannot redshirt if appears in one more
Jaylon Robinson, wide receiver, freshman
Patrick Fields, safety, freshman
Played in three games, can appear in one more and redshirt
Mykel Jones, wide receiver, junior
Nik Bonitto, linebacker, freshman
Miguel Edwards, defensive back, freshman
Played in two games, can appear in up to two more and redshirt
Tanner Mordecai, quarterback, freshman
Drake Stoops, wide receiver, freshman
Coby Tillman, fullback, freshman
Jordan Kelley, defensive tackle, freshman
Jaquayln Crawford, wide receiver, freshman
Darrell Simpson, offensive lineman, freshman
David Swaby, offensive lineman, sophomore
Brey Walker, offensive lineman, freshman
Brian Asamoah, linebacker, freshman
Gabe Brkic, kicker, freshman
Ron Tatum, defensive lineman, freshman
All eyes on Morgantown
With big point totals came big ratings.
Oklahoma’s 59-56 win at West Virginia on Friday night drew the biggest television audience for an ESPN Friday game since 2010 — a span of 89 games.
The 3.4 overnight rating for OU-West Virginia was a 162 percent increase from the similar game window (Virginia Tech-Virginia) last season, according to an ESPN release.
Sooners move up