University of Oklahoma
|University of Oklahoma|
|Sports:||baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball, wrestling|
The University of Oklahoma is located in Norman, Oklahoma. It was established in 1890 and the first students enrolled in 1892. As of fall 2006 the university had 29,721 students and 2,789 Faculty. The Princeton Review ranks OU among the Top 10 public universities in the nation in terms of academic excellence and cost for students. The school offers 160 master's programs, 152 bachelor's programs, 20 majors at the first professional level, and 75 doctorate programs. It was ranked the #10 school in PC Magazine's Top 20 Wired Colleges.
OU is best known for its football program, which has had the most wins since World War II and has won seven national titles. It has produced six Heisman Trophy winners and holds the longest winning streak of any program (47).
It is also a powerhouse in men's gymnastics (eleven titles), women's gymnastics (since 2014 it has won three of the four national titles), and women's softball (since 2013 it has won three of the five national titles along with the 2000 title).
|David Ross Boyd||1892–1908|
|A. Grant Evans||1908–1911|
|Stratton D. Brooks||1912–1923|
|James S. Buchanan:||1924–1925|
|William Bennett Bizzell||1926–1941|
|Joseph A. Brandt||1941–1943|
|George Lynn Cross||1943–1968|
|John Herbert Hollomon||1968–1970|
|Paul F. Sharp||1971–1977|
|William S. Banowsky||1978–1984|
|Frank E. Horton||1985–1988|
|Richard Van Horn||1989–1993|