The Tulsa Roughnecks FC may turn a corner in 2017.
In the club’s sophomore season, the Roughnecks went 5-21-4 and finished dead last (15th place) in the USL Western Conference. Changes were needed, and they came fast and furious once the sun set on the 2016 season. First order of business was a new coach, David Vandereuil. Continue reading
Tulsa Head Football Coach Philip Montgomery
University of Tulsa Head Football Coach Philip Montgomery announced today a signing class of 23 players who will join the Golden Hurricane football team for the 2017 season, as well as adding one preferred walk-on.
Coach Montgomery said, “I think it’s probably the best class that we’ve put together from top to bottom since I’ve been here. We’ve added a lot of length, a lot of athleticism, a lot of speed. We’ve addressed some needs.” Continue reading
Oklahoma won the Sugar Bowl on Monday against Auburn, 35-19. The Sooners had just a 14-13 lead at halftime, but they dominated the second half and cruised to victory.
The game wasn’t ultimately close. The Sooners (Big-12) out-gained the Tigers (SEC) by a 524-339 margin, and it became a real blowout by the end according to SBNation.com.
Results & Analysis: For many, it is not Colin Kaepernick’s protest, but the National Football League (NFL) reaction or lack thereof that reduced audience loyalty according to a new survey.
Remington Research Group conducted a national public opinion survey regarding the NFL on topic December 11th through December 12th and 1,945 respondents participated.
Samaje Perine – Photo curtsey The Oklahoman
Sports writer Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman has produced some marvelous coverage over the years – some infuriating, but all well thought and well written.
In this year’s OU vs. OSU Bedlam coverage Carlson surpasses, in our humble opinion, all previous work with an observation asserting “OU running back Samaje Perine taking a knee instead of scoring a touchdown was Bedlam’s best play.”
Carlson begins: Samaje Perine took the handoff and immediately saw the end zone.