TULSA, OK—It was an long hard win, but a big one for the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane as it took regulation and two overtimes to lift TU over Tulane 38-31 in front of 19,032 in H.A. Chapman Stadium on Thursday night. The Golden Hurricane earned their first win since they defeated Louisiana Tech on the road last November.
It capped off a comeback in a game where the home side had trailed the entire game.
Coach David Yates
TULSA, OK—The Tulsa Revolution introduced David Yates as their new head coach on Thursday morning at a press conference in the Cox Business Center.
Yates, originally from Manchester, England, has many years experience in playing and coaching soccer in the United States, England and Germany. He is a veteran of the British Army and was a member of the Royal Engineers Corp Football Club (1990-99). He served as a peacekeeper for the U.N. and NATO, in Bosnia during two six-month deployments.
Yates replaces Michael Nsien, who led the team to a dismal 2-14 record in their inaugural season.
Armed pro-Russia fighters prepare for the battle with Ukrainian forces (AFP Photo/Anatoliy Stepanov)
Updated: Declaring that Russian troops had crossed into Ukraine, President Petro O. Poroshenko on Thursday canceled a planned visit to Turkey and convened a meeting of the national security council to focus on the “marked aggravation of the situation” in the southeast of his country the New York Times is reporting today.
The meeting of the national security council will focus on shaping a response, and Ukraine will also request a meeting of the United Nations Security Council.
In a Facebook posting on Sunday afternoon the management of the Oklahoma Defenders indoor football team made it known that they would choose to sit out the 2015 Champions’ Indoor Football (CIF) season. The posting reads, in part:
“The Oklahoma Defenders announce today we will go dormant for the 2015 season. All facets of the organization will go dormant with the exception of the Defenders Youth Football Association.”
In the Jerusalem Post Wednesday Yossi Melman writes: If the cease-fire holds, and it is a big if, the results of the 50-day war in Gaza will mark an important and impressive achievement for Israel.
Hamas was forced to accept Egyptian and Israeli dictates.
Hamas crawled to the cease-fire. One should not be impressed by the well-organized victory festivities in Gaza. Most of Hamas’s demands and preconditions were rejected from the outset.