Oklahoma Sooners Lincoln Riley

Oklahoma Sooners Lincoln Riley from Mr. B's Alma joined the "1st and 10" to celebrate Mr. Bowlen's Birthday on Orange and Blue. 

Riley was hired by Bob Stoops to be the Oklahoma Sooners' offensive coordinator on January 12, 2015. In his first season at Oklahoma, Riley led the Sooners to the 7th ranked offense in the country and to the College Football Playoff. He also won the Broyles Award, awarded the nation's top assistant coach. On June 7, 2017, Bob Stoops retired as head coach and Lincoln Riley was named his successor. In the 2017 season, Riley, anchored by Heisman winner Baker Mayfield, led his team to the Big 12 conference championship, #2 in the CFP rankings, and a berth in one of the CFP semifinal games at the Rose Bowl.



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