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Oklahoma State Cowboys | October 23, 2018

Mike Gundy Makes It Clear He’s Not Coaching High School Ball

As you’re most likely aware of, the mother of Cowboys’ third-string quarterback, and former Mr. Texas Football, Spencer Sanders tweeted the following after OSU’s 31-12 loss at Kansas State on October 13th. 

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Oklahoma Sooners | October 22, 2018

Oklahoma Sooners Football | Injury Update 10.22.18

While all attention centered around the changes happening at the University of Oklahoma, the Sooners remained poised in the face of adversity. Despite a second quarter meltdown, the program claimed […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 21, 2018

Game #3 Preview | Sacramento Kings

Russell Westbrook could return to the starting lineup tonight, but even if he doesn’t, the Thunder should pick up a win over the 0-2 Kings in Oklahoma City for the home opener.

Oklahoma Sooners | October 20, 2018

Not As Easy As It Looked – Oklahoma Defeats TCU 52-17

The Sooners haven’t lost to TCU since the 2014 season and early on it looked like that wouldn’t even be a remote possibility. Oklahoma scored on four consecutive possessions to start the game, building a 28-7 lead, but TCU swapped quarterbacks and things got really interesting. 

Oklahoma Sooners | October 20, 2018

#9 Oklahoma At TCU | | Storylines, How to Watch, Odds, & Predictions

Ruffin McNeill will make his debut as Oklahoma’s defensive coordinator following the firing on Mike Stoops. To say that the Sooners have struggled on the defensive side of the ball would be a massive understatement. OU is currently ranked 76th in scoring defense, 97th in total defense, and 125th in total defense. While the expectation certainly shouldn’t be for the defense to have suddenly corrected all of the problems, there will certainly be a lot of eyes on personnel and effort. 

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 20, 2018

Dissecting Defeat |Boban Marjanovic Was A Giant Problem For OKC

Trailing 76-69, with 37.4 seconds remaining in the 3rd, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers went to his bench for Marjanovic, LA’s third option at center. He immediately scored, off his own rebound on a play that resembled a grown up playing with elementary children. That was the beginning of a 39-15 swing in favor of the Clippers to close out the game, putting the Thunder in an 0-2 hole to start the season.