• Westmoore's Molly Likes wins JVA Athleader Award

    Jacob Unruh | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    Westmoore junior volleyball player Molly Likes was recently named one of 18 winners across the country for the Junior Volleyball Association Athleader Awards. Likes is an outside hitter for the Jaguars. The award recognizes the top JVA players in the nation for outstanding achievement outside of the volleyball court displayed through leadership, responsibility and success […]

  • Why the Warriors are underrated and will win the NBA Finals

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 30 min ago

    WE PICK'EM -- Jenni Carlson and Berry Tramel make their picks for everything from the NBA Finals to the next Iowa State coach. And even figure out who's the best coach in college football. (Hint: Bob Stoops is not mentioned.)

  • New Texas President Greg Fenves supports alcohol sales at DKR in 2015

    Updated: 31 min ago

    If new Texas President Greg Fenves was a beer man, then he'd know exactly what should be served inside Royal-Memorial Stadium. "Lone Star!," he said Wednesday. Fenves said he prefers wine, though. Still, on his first day on the job, Fenves said he fully supports alcohol sales at Texas football games this fall. All that's required is formal approval by the UT System and Chancellor Bill McRaven. "I do support beer sales at the football games," Fenves said during an introductory press conference Wednesday inside the Texas Union. "They've worked well at the basketball games. It's been done at other athletic venues across the state, including UT System schools.

  • OSU baseball assistant Marty Lees leaving for head coaching job

    John Helsley | Updated: 35 min ago

    Oklahoma State baseball coach Josh Holliday faces the task of replacing several core seniors. And now, he’ll have to replace a key assistant, too. Marty Lees is leaving Holliday’s staff to become the head coach at Washington State. Lees served as OSU’s recruiting coordinator, third base coach and as the defensive coach for infielders in […]

  • All-State soccer rosters set for next week's games

    Jacob Unruh | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    The All-State rosters for the annual soccer games have been set for games scheduled for June 11-13 at Noble High School. Games will be broken up by classification with Class 4A being played Thursday, June 11. Class 5A will be June 12 and Class 6A will be June 13. The girls game will open each […]

  • Oklahoma City uses barge, boats to pick up tons of trash from river

    By Jonathan Sutton, Staff Writer | Updated: 45 min ago

    May’s record rainfall brought lots of trash into the Oklahoma River.

  • NBA player reposts, deletes Instagram photo calling Caitlyn Jenner 'science project'

    Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    Two days after Vanity Fair premiered the cover image of its July issue, led by a feature story in which Caitlyn Jenner — the U.S. Olympian and reality television star formerly known as Bruce Jenner — speaks publicly for the first time since completing her gender transition, and one day before the start of the 2015 NBA Finals, Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith re-posted an Instagram photo also shared by rapper Snoop Dogg referring to Jenner as "that science project," Yahoo Sports reports.

  • Oklahoma football: A look at the last four years of Sooner junior-college signees

    Jason Kersey | Updated: 1 hr ago

    NORMAN — Oklahoma will apparently add another junior college transfer to the roster this fall, with the news that Northeastern Oklahoma A&M defensive end Austin Roberts committed to the Sooners late Tuesday night. Throughout the first several years of the Bob Stoops era, junior-college additions were often fantastic. Josh Heupel, Torrance Marshall, Lance Mitchell, C.J. […]

  • The 10 best father-son duos in NBA history

    Berry Tramel | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    Two of the best father-son combinations in NBA history are represented in the NBA Finals. Both with the Warriors. The fathers of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson were uncommonly good — if under the radar — NBA players. Dell Curry is one of the best players in Charlotte Hornets history. Mychal Thompson was the first […]

  • VIDEO: Texas football has Tiger cubs roaming around

    Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    A friend of the Texas Football staff, who is fostering two 10-week-old Bengal tiger cubs, brought them by the office Tuesday in Austin. Charlie Strong was photographed with the Tigers in his office. Relaxed . No word on if the Tigers will be available for the Red River Shootout. But they're pretty cute.

  • County blocks media from lawmaker meetings at US Open

    Updated: 2 hr ago

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Pierce County officials say that a presentation that lawmakers will attend in exchange for free admission to this month's U.S. Open golf championship will be closed to the media. The state's Legislative Ethics Board said earlier this year that the $110 tickets are acceptable exemptions to state rules that cap lawmaker gifts to a $50 value because county officials said that lawmakers won't be at the tournament primarily as spectators. Instead, they will learn about developments to the site of the tournament expected to draw more than 200,000 visitors. County officials have offered more than 40 lawmakers free admission to the event, but they're not yet sure how many plan to attend.

  • Yahoo wins rights to live-stream an NFL game this October

    Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    Yahoo has scored the rights to the NFL's experimental live-stream of a football game this October. The Oct. 25 Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars game will be unique in that it won't be shown on television in the United States (unless you live in the Bills' or Jaguars' home markets). Instead, Yahoo will stream the game around the world for free.

  • Latricia Trammell resigns as Oklahoma City University women's basketball coach

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 2 hr ago

    Oklahoma City University announced Wednesday that women's basketball coach Latricia Trammell has resigned to pursue other coaching opportunities. Trammell finishes her three-year coaching run at OCU with an 85-10 record and two NAIA Division I national championships (2014, 2015). The Stars defeated Campbellsville (Ky.) 80-63 in March for their first back-to-back NAIA titles in more than a decade. "I want to thank athletic director Jim Abbott and Oklahoma City University for this incredible opportunity," Trammell said in a statement. "I have been very blessed to coach a wonderful group of young ladies the past three seasons. I will be taking with me incredible memories and lifetime friendships. I wish OCU the very best." In a statement on the school's website, OCU athletic director Jim Abbott said the school looks forward "to beginning a nationwide search to find our next coach." In March, Trammell told The Oklahoman's Jenni Carlson that she was already thinking about the next challenge and the next season.

  • Oklahoma football: Sooners earn late 2015 commitment from junior college defensive end Austin Roberts

    Jason Kersey | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    NORMAN — Oklahoma picked up some help along its defensive line late Tuesday night, when Northeastern Oklahoma A&M defensive end Austin Roberts committed to the Sooners. Roberts, who is expected to report to OU in late July, is still finishing up classes at NEO. The three-star prospect is the first commitment for new defensive line […]

  • There's a Barry Sanders autographed urinal for auction. Get your bids in now!

    Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    Want an autographed urinal from Barry Sanders? Here's your chance. Apparently, there's an ebay.com auction currently ongoing for a urinal from the old Pontiac Silverdome, signed by the former Oklahoma State All-American and NFL Hall of Famer. Sanders played his entire 10-year NFL career for the Detroit Lions, and the Silverdome was his home stadium. As of Wednesday morning, the highest bid was $1,045.20. Auction ends Jun 11. (H/T Cowboys Ride for Free )

  • Tennessee reports secondary violation from Tyndall's tenure

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee has reported to the NCAA a secondary violation that occurred during the one-year tenure of fired men's basketball coach Donnie Tyndall. According to documents obtained in a public records request, Tyndall's staff had two phone calls with a potential student-athlete without receiving permission to contact him. The student-athlete in question already had been released from his letter of intent to another school. The coaches involved received education on the NCAA rules relevant to this case. Tennessee's report describes it as a secondary/Level III violation. The Knoxville News-Sentinel first reported the circumstances of the violation.

  • Teddy Greenstein: Despite Iowa State success, Fred Hoiberg always aspired to be NBA coach

    Updated: 7 hr ago

    Fred Hoiberg’s homespun nickname, his prolific scoring at Iowa State and his excellent coaching tenure at his alma mater led most to believe he was a so-called “college” guy. Hoiberg corrected the record Tuesday after the Bulls introduced him as their coach, replacing Tom Thibodeau. “On off nights after I got my scouting work done, I’d watch NBA games, not college games,” Hoiberg said. “And I always tried to pick the brains of the best minds in the world, and I think that’s in the NBA.” Said general manager Gar Forman: “Obviously there are some differences in the rules and the X’s and O’s, but I’m a firm believer that coaching is coaching.

  • Radio-TV Listings for Wednesday, June 3

    Updated: 10 hr ago

    Radio Wednesday Major League Baseball 12:45 p.m. — Brewers at Cardinals, KCRC (1390 AM) TV Wednesday Major League Baseball Noon — Lunch with the Rangers, FOX Sports 12:30 p.m. — Brewers at Cardinals, Channel 73 7 p.m. — White Sox at Rangers, FOX Sports 7 p.m. — Indians at Royals, Channel 73 7 p.m. — Dodgers at Rockies, ESPN2 College Softball 7 p.m. — Game 3 of Women’s College World Series championship (if necessary), Florida vs. Michigan, ESPN College Football 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. — Oklahoma State Football Preview, FOX Sports 4:30 p.m. — Cowboy Football Roundup with Mike Gundy, Summer Preview, FOX Sports Hockey 7

  • On the Road Again: Time for a New Running Adventure

    Jenni Carlson | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    My cell phone buzzed Saturday afternoon as a text popped into my phone. The ID read “Amy Petty Downs.” You may remember Amy from my spring adventure of preparing for the half marathon at the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Amy was my running muse. As a survivor of the Oklahoma City bombing, she inspired me. As a […]

  • New Year's Eve never again will be the same

    Berry Tramel | Published: Wed, Jun 3, 2015

    New Year’s Eve never will be the same. Oh, that’s not true. It will be the same in 2017, when the college football spotlight again returns to New Year’s Day. But for the next two seasons, Dec. 31 will be the biggest date of the college football season. The college equivalent of the NFL’s Championship […]




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