SoonerVision on ESPN+ Now Available

NORMAL – The University of Oklahoma’s new SoonerVision on ESPN+ landing page launched on Monday, providing fans of OU Athletics one-stop-shop access to more than 100 annual live events, including men’s and women’s basketball and varsity Olympic sport competitions, as well as studio programming and archival content.

As part of a multi-year agreement, ESPN+ will also stream one regular season football game per year (Sept. 10 vs. Kent State in 2022) and the annual spring football game. In addition to live game programming, SoonerVision on ESPN+ will also offer historic content (several options are already available, including top games in OU history along with shows featuring Bud Wilkinson, Barry Switzer and Bob Stoops), current coaches shows, pro days, pregame shows and more.

Content is available via a SoonerVision landing page on ESPN+, with live soccer and volleyball events starting at the onset of the fall athletics season. By subscribing to

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Deshaun Watson suspended 6 games for personal conduct violations

The NFL suspended Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson for six games on Monday for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.

The decision was rendered by independent hearing officer Sue L. Robinson in response to the NFL’s investigation of multiple women who filed civil lawsuits against Watson before he settled with all but one of them, including Ashley Solis, the first accuser to go public. The women, whom Watson hired for massages, accused the QB of sexual misconduct or sexual assault.

Watson will be eligible to return to the Browns in Week 7 against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 23.

As part of the decision, Watson must now receive all his massages from Browns team therapists, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Robinson’s ruling said that while Watson’s “pattern of behavior was egregious,” it was “nonviolent sexual conduct,” per Pelissero.

This decision now opens a window during which either the

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Deshaun Watson suspended six games: Browns QB sidelined over personal conduct policy

Months after trading six draft picks and committing a fully guaranteed $230 million to land Deshaun Watson from the Texans, the Browns have lost their star quarterback for the first six games of the 2022 season, CBS Sports NFL Insider Josina Anderson reports. Former federal judge Sue L. Robinson determined Monday that Watson should be suspended for six weeks after hearing testimony regarding the former Pro Bowler’s alleged off-field conduct. The QB this offseason faced civil lawsuits from 24 different women accusing him of sexual assault or misconduct.

Under this suspension, Watson will miss the following games to begin Cleveland’s season: at Panthers, vs. Jets, vs. Steelers, at Falcons, vs. Chargers, vs. Patriots. His first game back will be on Oct. 23 when the Browns visit the Ravens in Week 7.

“Throughout this process, Deshaun and his representatives have abided by the newly created and agreed upon process for

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