The Oklahoma Sooners football program has claimed seven national titles (1950, 1955, 1956, 1974, 1975, 1985 and 2000), 43 conference titles (14 in a row from 1946-1959), an all-time winning percentage of 821-307-53 (.718), an all-time bowl record of 27-17-1 and housed five Heisman trophy winners. Oklahoma championship rings are among the most collectible in college football thanks to a huge fan base, many of whom are collectors.
Under the direction of Bud Wilkinson in 1955, the Sooners posted an 11-0 record for the season and ended up facing Maryland in the Orange Bowl in Miami, winning 20-6 and taking home their second national title. The very next year, they would repeat with another undefeated season and went on to face Oklahoma State at the Bedlam series, winning 53-0.
Eighteen years later in 1974, the Sooners under the direction of head coach Barry Switzer would have another undefeated season, posting an 11-0 record.
Although they would end up losing to Notre Dame in the Orange bowl, they were still declared national champions based off the AP Poll. One year later in 1975, the Sooners would post an 11-1 record and won in the Orange Bowl against Michigan by a score of 14-6. This would give them their second back-to-back national championship and their 5th overall.
The 1985 season ended up with an 11-1 record and another Oklahoma national championship ring after the Sooners beat #1 Penn State 25-10 at the Orange Bowl.
Their 7th championship came in 2000 under the direction of head coach Bob Stoops. The Sooners posted a 13-0 record for the season and went on to win the Orange Bowl over Florida State 13-2, bringing Oklahoma another Sooners championship ring.
Replica rings from this legendary program are usually made of alloy and weigh about 127 grams with a centered stone on top. An authentic 1985 Oklahoma championship ring belonging to a player also sold recently for $2,100.