Jeff Brucculeri

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Go visit BB&T Ballpark in Downtown Charlotte, N.C.


CHARLOTTE, N.C. – I recently performed the National Anthem prior to a Charlotte Knights baseball game and this was the second year in a row I had the honor to do so. I always enjoy visiting BB&T Ballpark in Downtown Charlotte, but in a lot of ways it reminds me of home – the Tulsa […]

NASCAR fans will enjoy Curb Museum for Motorsports


KANNAPOLIS, NC – Mike Curb is an amazing man. He’s a musician, recording artist, record label owner, owner and sponsor of several race cars, politician, and philanthropist. Recently, I toured the Curb Museum for Music and Motorsports in Kannapolis, North Carolina. The museum is appropriately located on Dale Earnhardt Boulevard; Curb was friends with Earnhardt […]

Prammanasudh chosen for TU HofF


Former University of Tulsa golfer Stacy Prammanasudh, will join an illustrious class of inductees into the TU Athletic Hall of Fame this fall. Other inductees will be Ed Dubie (football, baseball, track  and basketball, 1928-31), David Smoot (men’s track and field, 1960-63), Wes Hamilton (football, 1971-75), Lauren Lindsay (softball, 2007-10), and the 1982 TU football […]

Mr. Billings was a fine writer and friend


This column is dedicated to a true newspaper man, who inspired me to be the writer I am today. Henry Damon “Hank” Billings, died on June 23, just six days after celebrating his 91st birthday. He died peacefully in his sleep while in hospice care in Springfield, Missouri. Mr. Billings wrote for the Springfield News-Leader […]

The truth about Billie Jean King/Bobby Riggs


Can we put this John McEnroe – Serena Williams debate to rest? Maybe McEnroe was exaggerating when he said Williams is the greatest female player ever, but “would be ranked like 700th in the world” if she played on the men’s tour. Maybe she would be ranked higher or maybe not, however, many feminists and […]

TU great Tony Liscio taken by ALS


Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a terrible disease, not that any disease is any better or worse than the others, but I have personally watched people I know who have battled ALS and ultimately lost that battle. ALS robs the individual of all motor activity, while their mind remains sharp […]

ORU Athletic Department mourns the death of a player


It’s a sad time at Oral Roberts University, as the athletic department and entire ORU community mourn the death of women’s basketball player Ashley Beatty, 20, who was found dead in her dorm room last week. “ORU Security and Tulsa Police did investigate her death in one of the dorms Thursday evening but have found […]

Rob Murray named new Oiler coach


Former Alaska head coach Rob Murray has been named the new head coach and director of hockey operations for the Tulsa Oilers. He replaces Jason Christie, who decided after two seasons with the Oilers, to not return next season. The Oilers missed the ECHL playoffs both seasons under Christie. Murray, 50, has a long history […]

Larry the Cable Guy, other celebrities attend golf tourney


On Memorial Day, I attended the annual Folds of Honor Patriot Cup Golf Tournament at The Patriot Golf Club in Owasso and had the opportunity to interview a few of the participants who come from all over the country to support such a good cause. Many celebrities from country music, comedians, and professional golfers join […]

Pitcher/politician Jim Bunning passes


Former Major League Baseball pitcher turned Congressman, Jim Bunning, died on Saturday. He was 85. Bunning was born in Northern Kentucky, on October 23, 1931. He went to high school at the Jesuit-run St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, where he excelled in basketball, football and baseball. After college, Bunning attended Cincinnati’s Xavier University on […]