Sports

K-State’s Snyder will look to upset OU after lopsided loss

 

Bill Snyder of Kansas State and Bob Stoops of Oklahoma are two of the most successful football coaches in the Big 12 Conference, if not the nation. In 1989, Snyder became head coach of a Kansas State team that had lost 27 games in a row and was one of the worst programs in the […]

Will off-field problems affect Baylor?

 

Problems off the field could have more of a detrimental effect on the Baylor Bears this season than what happens on the field. Baylor, a team that has won 50 games in the last five years, has a lot of obstacles to overcome. Coach Art Briles, one of Baylor’s most successful coaches ever, was fired […]

Can the new Iowa State Coach Campbell win?

 

The big question for Matt Campbell, new coach at Iowa State, is can the Cyclones win games in the tough Big 12 Conference. “Two years ago after we played the Cyclones in Ames, I called my wife (Erica) and said you simply would not believe this place,” Campbell said. “Their fans, the game-day environment and […]

Second year coach sees improvement in Kansas football

 

Kansas coach David Beaty hopes learning process from his first to second season will translate into wins in the tough Big 12 Conference this season. The Jayhawks were 0-12 last year and have nowhere to go but up. The Jayhawks lost to Oklahoma State 10-58 last year and 7-62 to Big 12 champs Oklahoma. Baylor […]

Rough year for the Roughnecks

 

To say it’s been a rough season for the Tulsa Roughnecks FC might sound a bit trite, but it’s true. There was much hope coming into the team’s sophomore season in the United Soccer League, but injuries have hampered the Roughnecks’ performance on the field. Although the Roughnecks won their home opener on March 26, […]

A true test of faith for Allan Trimble

    

Jenks High School head football coach Allan Trimble made public last week that he has been diagnosed with ALS – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – also commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. With his announcement has come an outpouring of support, not only from those within the Jenks Trojans football family, but throughout the entire region. […]

OSU gets highest ranking ever in Learfield Director’s Cup

 

Oklahoma State had an outstanding sports year in 2015-2016 and got the highest finish ever in the Learfield Directors’ Cup. And as a bonus, during the last school year, student-athletes posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.038. Oklahoma State finished 13th in the Learfield Cup standings, marking its highest finish since the competition began […]

CBS Sports tabs OU as the best in college sports last year

 

CBS Sports has named Oklahoma the 2015-16 “Best in College Sports,” with the Sooners edging North Carolina and Notre Dame. The award calculates the success of FBS programs in football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and two “wild card” sports. The OU football team became the first of six Oklahoma teams to finish in the final […]

Oklahoma will play Temple in three game series

 

The University of Oklahoma and Temple University announced an agreement to play a three-game football series starting in 2024. The series will begin Aug. 31, 2024, in Norman with a return game Sept. 13, 2025, in Philadelphia. The third game will be played Sept. 2, 2028, in Norman. The Sooners and Owls have met twice, […]

Baylor recruit switches to OU

 

Parrish Cobb, recently released from his football scholarship commitment at Baylor, has signed with Oklahoma. The cornerback bolted from his hometown university, joining many others from the Bears’ 2016 signing class, following recent events at the Big 12 school. Friday’s news was first reported by The Football Brainiacs. Cobb was a longtime OU commit before […]