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Roughnecks dominant in season opener

TULSA, OK—Match #1 of the David Vaudreil era is in the books as the Tulsa Roughnecks FC began their third season of USL play by dominating Colorado Switchbacks FC 4-1 in front of 4,952 fans at a cold, blustery ONEOK Field on Saturday night.

Two goals from forward Ian Svantesson and a goal each from Juan Pablo Caffa and Francisco Ugarte led Tulsa to it’s first win since last summer in a victory that was decisive and dominant. Continue reading

Roughnecks FC begin USL season play

Tulsa’s Kosuke Kimura & Jaoquin Rivas in St. Louis last Saturday.

The Tulsa Roughnecks FC with a very successful preseason are set to begin the 2017 USL season this Satruday night against the Colorado Springs Switchbacks. Kickoff for the match is set for 7:00 pm at ONEOK Field.

One most remarkable preseason match was against the Chicago Fire, Tulsa’ Major League Soccer affiliate. The Roughnecks battled the parent club to a 2-1 decision.  Continue reading

Roughnecks FC begin rebuilding season

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 Football signs 23 talents

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

OU crushes Auburn in Sugar Bowl

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.

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