This past week the top homeschool football teams from across the country descended on Florida to compete to take home the trophy. Hosted by the National Homeschool Football Association (NHFA), qualifying teams from Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri made their way out to Panama City Beach to compete for the win.Continue reading
TULSA – The Oral Roberts men’s basketball team has been picked to be a No. 12 seed in the 2023 NCAA Tournament and will play No. 5 seed Duke in Orlando, Florida, Thursday, March 16 at 7:10 CST on CBS.
It is the only Oklahoma college to make the Tournament this year and the Golden Eagles second NCAA Tournament appearance in three seasons.Continue reading
Ryan Chapman as published on SI.com is one of many writers to praise the 2022 Oklahoma University Softball Team writing that the “Sooners closed the year as the best team to ever take the field.”
The praise is justified.
“Oklahoma dominated in the early stages of the season, breezing through the Mark Campbell Invitational where Bahl fanned 14 UCLA Bruins, as well as conquering the Mary Nutter Classic despite a welcome befitting of a world renowned rock band,” Chapman wrote.Continue reading
Drillers Baseball is returning to ONEOK Field on Tuesday, April 12 when Tulsa hosts Amarillo in its 2022 home opener. First pitch for the opener is set for 7:05 p.m.Continue reading
It is easy to enjoy Sen. Bill Coleman’s requested legislation to properly “honor” Lincoln Riley. The bill request asks to name the last three inches of the westbound lane of State Highway 325 in the panhandle as the “Lincoln Riley Highway”.
National sports writers, the first in media to prove regular bias of reporting, weighted in with even Golf Digest and Yahoo Sports on topic. The New York Post, began with, “Oklahoma doesn’t seem to be taking its breakup with Lincoln Riley well.” They miss the point. This was not a breakup, but a betrayal and plunder, apparently begun during OU’s by-week. Thus the last games of the season did not have Riley’s full attention nor were they in his self-interest to win – a sin on players and fans to say nothing of his tax supported paycheck.Continue reading