• Big 12 spread offenses taking their lumps

    Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    Gary Pinkel’s Missouri offense seemed to be at the top of the class. With stars like quarterback Chase Daniel and receiver Jeremy Maclin, the Tigers appeared unstoppable. OU football notebook: Bob Stoops stands by former assistant Mark Mangino

  • Texas Longhorns' Dan Buckner backs up talk

    Friday, September 11, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    AUSTIN, Texas — Dan Buckner likes to talk. No, like really talk. Like late-shift radio DJ talk. Quick start for Miami running back Graig Cooper Colorado needs a quick fix for running game College football notebook: Colt McCoy undaunted by Sam Bradford's injury

  • Longhorns' Acho brothers don’t fit Texas prep mold

    Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    AUSTIN, Texas — In Texas, which annually produces many of the top high school players in the country, private schools are considered the shallow end of the talent pool. Big 12 notebook: Missouri not looking to live down to expectations; Mike Leach says Texas Tech 'balanced' Staff picks for Week 2 college football games (PDF)

  • Zac Robinson is chasing top gun status at OSU

    Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    STILLWATER — Quarterback Mike Gundy’s status could fall this football season. But if it does, coach Mike Gundy’s status will rise. All-time OSU quarterbacks Comparison between Mike Gundy and Zac Robinson OSU notebook: Jamal Mosley still learning tight end position Georgia wideout A.J. Green on the verge of a breakout

  • Debunking the mystery of BYU

    Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    Next weekend, fans of Oklahoma and Brigham Young will congregate outside Cowboys Stadium for tailgate parties, with one discernible difference. OU football notebook: Sooners announce captains Fast facts about BYU Famous BYU alums College football notebook: Missouri boots backup quarterback Blaine Dalton

  • Big meeting put Sooner offensive line on same page

    Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 12:00 AM

    NORMAN — On a late night in early July, they gathered. Seniors Brian Simmons and Trent Williams sent out the call: meet at Williams’ house. What they’re saying about OU’s offensive line Fans can still get in to see OU-BYU OU football notebook: Jay Norvell sees freshman receiver Jaz Reynolds playing


  • Wildcats' non-conference schedule includes champion Duke

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky will face defending champion Duke and host in-state rival Louisville in a challenging non-conference schedule including road games at UCLA and Kansas. The Wildcats will also host Arizona State (Dec. 12) and meet Ohio State on Dec. 19 in Brooklyn, New York, in the non-league schedule released Thursday. They open at home Nov. 13-14 against Albany and NJIT respectively before meeting the champion Blue Devils on Nov. 17 in Chicago. Kentucky follows with home games against Wright State, Boston and Illinois State sandwiched around a Nov. 27 meeting in Miami against South Florida, which is coached by former Wildcats assistant Orlando Antigua. The Wildcats face UCLA on Dec. 3 and will host Eastern Ken

  • OU baseball notebook: Neuse comes up big in Sooners' win

    By Ryan Aber | Published: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Sheldon Neuse delivered late with a three-run double in the Sooners’ 6-1 win over West Virginia.

  • OU baseball: Sooners stay alive at Big 12 Tournament behind Robert Tasin's arm

    BY RYAN ABER, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, May 21, 2015

    The Sooners needed a big performance from Tasin, not just to keep Oklahoma alive in the Big 12 Tournament but to keep alive any realistic shot of winning this week and extending OU’s season into next week. Tasin delivered on both counts, throwing seven strong innings to help OU beat West Virginia 6-1.

  • AHS basketball team is Special Olympics Texas-bound

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    ABILENE, Texas - For the eight Abilene High basketball players, and the coaches and special education teachers, headed to Arlington for the Special Olympics Texas Summer Games, it’s all about the shoes. Many of them chose to wear their new sneakers, featuring bright green and orange colors, to the team’s sending-off ceremony held Thursday morning in front of the school despite the cold, rainy weather. But not only are the shoes impressive-looking, they’re also a symbol of the team’s impressive journey. “They’ve worked so hard learning plays and having fun,” said Phyllis Grubb, head coach of the team and a paraprofessional for the Abilene Independent School District. “We’re all so proud of them. They pl

  • Former Lady Norse standout Lewis nominated for Indiana honor

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    MIAMI — Former Northeastern A&M Lady Norse basketball player Anissa Lewis has been nominated to the Silver Anniversary Team for the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. Lewis, from Jeffersonville, Indiana, helped guide coach Randy Gipson’s 1991-92 and 1992-93 Lady Norse teams to consecutive appearances in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Division 1 National Tournament in Tyler, Texas. During her freshman season, 1991-92, Lewis helped NEO finish 30-5 on the season and third in the nation. She ranked third on the team in scoring with an 8.8 average on 274 total points. With 114 offensive and 116 defensive rebounds, Lewis led NEO with an 8.9 rebounding average. She also recorded 40 assists, 29 steals an

  • Seven families protest handling of Illinois women’s basketball probe: report

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    The families of seven former Illinois women’s basketball players sent a letter to the university Thursday expressing their disappointment with the handling of an investigation into the program, according to a report by the Daily Illini, the school newspaper. The letter obtained by the newspaper said the families “most strongly object to the manner in which the ‘internal investigation’ of mistreatment and abuses by the coaching staff was handled and is currently being handled by your office. We find this protocol unacceptable as well as completely disrespectful to the student athletes and their families affected by the coaches and coaching staff involved in these patterns of abuse.

  • Oklahoma football: OU, Tulane agree to three-game series in 2017, 2021 and 2024

    Jason Kersey | Published: Thu, May 21, 2015

    NORMAN — Oklahoma and Tulane will meet on the football field for the first time. The two schools announced a three-game series beginning Sept. 16, 2017 in Norman. The Sooners will play at Tulane’s New Orleans stadium in 2021, and the Green Wave returns to Norman in 2024. Dates for the second two games haven’t […]

  • Mississippi State signs 6-10 forward Aric Holman

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — First-year Mississippi State coach Ben Howland continues to rebuild his roster with the signing of 6-foot-10 forward Aric Holman. Holman, who is from Owensboro, Kentucky, is a four-star recruit according to Rivals.com. He joins an impressive incoming class that includes Malik Newman, one of the nation's top-rated guards. Howland said Thursday on Twitter that Holman is a "great shooter and passer" and a "great addition." Mississippi State also announced that guard Maurice Dunlap is no longer on the team and plans to transfer. The 6-foot-2 Dunlap played in seven games last season while averaging 2.9 points. Mississippi State is trying to bounce back from three straight losing seasons.

  • Oklahoma softball: Shelby Pendley injured during Thursday's Super Regional practice

    Jason Kersey | Published: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Oklahoma senior shortstop Shelby Pendley was injured during Thursday afternoon’s practice in Tuscaloosa, Ala., after colliding with another player. Pendley, the two-time Big 12 Player of the Year, was helped off the field and didn’t put any pressure on her right foot. “Nothing much but a little bit of a tweak,” OU coach Patty Gasso […]

  • Oklahoma State football recruiting roundup: A closer look at three of the Cowboys' recent scholarship offers

    Kyle Fredrickson | Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Just 105 more days until football season. It’s never too early to look ahead. Oklahoma State coaches have been plenty busy evaluating high school talent as spring games fire up this week across the Cowboys’ recruiting hotbeds. Here are a few prep stars who have recently reported scholarship offers from OSU: 2017 WR HEZEKIAH JONES […]

  • Utah State hires Louis Wilson as assistant basketball coach

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah State has hired Louis Wilson as an assistant coach under Tim Duryea. The university announced the hiring Thursday morning. Wilson joins the staff after holding the head coaching position at Division II Adams State for five seasons. His .674 winning percentage is the highest winning in school history. The Grizzlies had two 20-win seasons and played in the NCAA Division II tournament three times. Wilson posted a 95-46 record and had 13 players named all-conference. Duryea said in a written statement that Wilson is known for his recruiting prowess and ability to develop players. Wilson played at William Jewel College and is a member of the school's Hall of Fame. He has been a coach for 23 years.

  • Kansas adds SMU guard Nic Moore to the roster for World University Games

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    A week ago, Kansas coach Bill Self said he would likely add a guard to the roster to bolster numbers for the Jayhawks’ upcoming trip to the World University Games, where KU will represent the United States in South Korea. That guard will be SMU senior Nic Moore, who has accepted an invitation to join KU’s Team USA roster for the international event from July 3-14 in Gwanju. Moore, the reigning American Athletic Conference player of the year, is coached at SMU by former KU coach Larry Brown and former Self assistant Tim Jankovich, SMU’s associate head coach. The Jayhawks were in need of an extra perimeter player when Brannen Greene was ruled out of the tournament after having offseason hip surgery.

  • BRIEF: Kansas State women promote Jacie Hoyt-Capra to assistant basketball coach

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    MANHATTAN – Jacie Hoyt-Capra is the newest assistant coach for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. Hoty-Capra, a Hoxie native who played at Wichita State, was promoted to the position Thursday. She was serving as the team’s coordinator of recruiting operations under Jeff Mittie. Mittie hired Hoyt-Capra last year following a three-year stint as a Nevada assistant under former Wichita State coach Jane Albright. Hoyt-Capra had a distinguished high school career before playing at Wichita State. She was a three-time all-class performer in volleyball and basketball at Hoxie High. As a senior, she averaged 28.4 points. The Wildcats are coming off a 19-14 season in which they qualified for the WNIT. Reac

  • SMU guard Moore to join Kansas for World University Games

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — SMU guard Nic Moore will join the Kansas basketball program to represent the U.S. as the World University Games in South Korea later this summer. The Jayhawks are unable to include Svi Mykhailiuk on their roster because he is from Ukraine, and fellow guard Brannen Greene recently had hip surgery. So with a depleted backcourt, coach Bill Self reached out to his former mentor Larry Brown for help. Brown, now the coach at SMU, said Moore would love to play. The reigning American Athletic Conference player of the year averaged 14.5 points and 5.1 assists last year. Part of the reason Moore makes sense is SMU runs a system similar to Kansas, making it easier to incorporate him into the roster.

  • Power Lunch: Chat live with Ryan Aber

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    It's Day 2 of the Big 12 baseball tournament in Tulsa and Ryan Aber is there to provide coverage off the Cowboys' and Sooners' games. Log on at 11 a.m. to talk all things Big 12 baseball, OU football and OU basketball with Ryan.

  • Local hoops shooter joins York College

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Warrensburg – Stellar shooting sent another Warrensburg Tigers basketballer on to college Monday. Wearing a hefty grin, Maurice Ingram, Jr., penned his intent to join the York College Panthers in the fall. “I was just a little kid who dreamed of playing college basketball.” Ingram, Jr. said. “Most people’s careers end here, but (I) got blessed with the opportunity.” Ingram, Jr., finished sixth on the Tigers in scoring at 3.5 points per game and scored a career-high 13 points in a 63-56 win against St. Pius X on Jan. 5. Warrensburg coach Chris Nimmo said Ingram, Jr., struggled finding a role until later in his career.

  • BOYS HOOPS: Alamogordo's Josey Mills signs with Western New Mexico

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    Alamogordo High School senior Josey Mills signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Western New Mexico University in front of friends, family and coaches Wednesday afternoon at the AHS athletic office. The WNMU Mustangs compete in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and at the NCAA Division II level. Silver City is located 186 miles west of Alamogordo. The Mustangs got to compete against Division I programs in New Mexico State University, Grand Canyon University and the University of New Mexico this past season. Former AHS Tiger Eric Schalk played for the Mustangs during the 2013-2014 season scoring 20 points in 18 games. Mills liked the campus and feels he can help their team.

  • Sam Mellinger: Around Kansas, a strong distaste about resuming Border War with Missouri

    Updated: Thu, May 21, 2015

    This time, the questions are natural. They are needed. They are coming in the wake of Missouri hiring a new athletic director. His name is Mack Rhoades, and he is friendly with Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger, which is a big change from the last Missouri athletic director. That was Mike Alden, and even he knows his name is something like a curse word around Lawrence, Kan. When Alden retired recently, he mentioned more than a few times that he hoped the Border War rivalry could be renewed, a nod to the understanding from all sides that the way he led Mizzou’s departure from the Big 12 left many at KU feeling misled, or worse.

  • Oklahoma State baseball notebook: For Trey Cobb, Donnie Walton, it's home sweet home

    By John Helsley | Published: Wed, May 20, 2015

    The Big 12 Baseball Tournament’s move to Tulsa offered a hometown advantage for some of the Cowboys. Two of them came through big Wednesday night. Trey Cobb pitched five perfect innings in relief, and Donnie Walton drove in two runs with a single and a home run, leading Oklahoma State past West Virginia 3-0. Cobb, a Broken Arrow product, never allowed the Mountaineers to pose a threat. Walton, who played at Bishop Kelley High School, started and ended OSU’s scoring. “It’s really cool pitching in Tulsa, where I grew up, and went to games as a kid,” Cobb said. WILDCATS PLAYING WITH PURPOSE Kansas State is one of six teams looking to a Big 12 Tournament run as entry into the NCAA

  • Oklahoma State baseball: Cowboys blank West Virginia in Big 12 Tournament opener

    By John Helsley | Published: Wed, May 20, 2015

    OSU throws a curveball — starts part-time pitcher Conor Costello on the mound against Mountaineers.




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