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  • Athletes get the mic: Deer Creek's Riley Eden interviews teammate Tanner Fialkowski

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: 1 hr ago

    It’s a trend that’s been sweeping high schools across the state. The mullet. Deer Creek’s Tanner Fialkowski rocks one every day and his teammate Riley Eden couldn’t resist asking about it at The Oklahoman‘s Media Day. Now, there’s the hope it sweeps across Deer Creek. Watch the video above as we...

  • Norman football: Darius Manning, Ty Smith hoping to become Tigers' next star running backs

    BY TRENT SHADID, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    The Tigers have had a 1,000-yard running back in each of coach Greg Nation’s six seasons at the school. When one graduates, another seems to step up as three different backs have accomplished the feat over that time.

  • Choctaw football: Jacob Rapp and the Yellowjackets are dreaming big

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    Anticipation of the upcoming football season is at an all-time high in Choctaw, where the Class 6A split has brought back talk of the playoffs 30 years after the Yellowjackets last made the postseason.

  • Norman North football: Timberwolves' offense is loaded wih OSU commitment John Kolar, RB Quan Hogan

    BY TRENT SHADID, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    Defensive coaches across Class 6A-I are going have their hands full with Norman North’s offense this season. Mostly, it’s the versatility of two players — quarterback John Kolar and running back Quan Hogan — that makes stopping the Timberwolves’ offense a tall task for opponents.

  • Mustang football: QB Chandler Garrett and a talented group of receivers looking to light up the scoreboard

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    Receiver is the deepest position on the team, with as many as nine players capable of making plays. David Parker is the most experienced of the bunch, and has shown big-play potential. Jakolby Long, who has 10 scholarship offers as a basketball player, is far more comfortable in his second season...

  • Athletes get the mic: Southmoore

    Trent Shadid | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    Southmoore’s Dakota Troglin and David Gaines are an intimidating tight end/defensive end combination on the football field. At The Oklahoman’s media day, they showed some personality off the field as Troglin picked up the mic and asked Gaines about the SaberCats’ upcoming season. Watch the video...

  • Yukon football: Bill Young's Millers adapting to new offense and defense

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    New offensive coordinator Brian Sauser is putting in an offense that uses no-huddle and shotgun principles similar to what the Millers have run in the past, but he is more focused on one- and two-tight end sets that benefit the run game.

  • Shawnee football: Wolves believe they have all the pieces in place

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    Shade Franklin is the running back taking over alongside star QB John Jacobs, who rushed for 1,100 yards himself. Cole Humphreys and Jackson Winrow will be Jacobs’ primary passing targets, filling the void of last year’s all-state selection, Chris Lester.

  • District C-2 football preview: Tipton's Bryant Flores ready to be No. 1 running back

    BY JACOB UNRUH AND ED GODFREY | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Tipton’s Bryant Flores has never been the No. 1 running back. That rings true despite rushing for 1,324 yards and leading the Tigers with 30 touchdowns last season. But that will change this season as he’s the go-to guy in the offense for quarterback Gerald White.

  • High school football: Westmoore's Bryson Lee is a hidden gem at quarterback

    By Trent Shadid, Staff Writer | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Despite the success last season, the 6-foot, 210-pound senior hasn’t received the recruiting attention of other Class 6A-I quarterbacks such as Oklahoma State commit John Kolar at Norman North and highly touted Edmond Santa Fe junior Keaton Torre.

  • OU football: New Washington Redskins punter Tress Way had same mascot at Tulsa Union

    Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    ASHBURN, Va. - New Washington Redskins punter Tress Way has been aspiring to his current position since his high school days at Tulsa Union. But the former OU punter never thought he'd end up a Redskin again. Union's mascot is also the Redskins and while at the Tulsa prep power, Way and his...

  • Athletes get the mic: Edmond North's David Wright interviews teammate Caileb Booze

    Jacob Unruh | Yesterday

    With both David Wright and Caileb Booze making the move to outside linebacker for the Huskies, they decided it was time for an interview. Wright grabbed the mic at The Oklahoman‘s Media Day and asked Booze a few questions about the season, which starts Friday for the Huskies against city rival...

  • Athletes get the mic: Piedmont's Marshall Wallace interviews teammated Lucus Richert

    Jacob Unruh | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Piedmont lineman Marshall Wallace grabbed a microphone at The Oklahoman‘s Media Day recently and asked his quarterback and best friend Lucus Richert a few questions. Wallace: “What is your dream date?” Richert: “Well, it sounds kind of weird but I like to go out to a nice restaurant and then I’m...

  • Athletes get the mic: Harrah's Ryan Gentry interviews teammate Ryan Griffin

    Jacob Unruh | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Harrah tight end Ryan Gentry posed a few interesting questions to teammate Ryan Griffin at The Oklahoman‘s Fall Media Day recently, even going as far to ask who his favorite coach is. As we continue our week-long series “Athletes get the mic,” we start the week with the Panthers’ duo. Watch...

  • Edmond Memorial football: Bulldogs focused on having balanced offense to complement Warren Wand

    BY JACOB UNRUH, Staff Writer | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014

    Warren Wand is arguably the most exciting player to watch in the state, producing highlight after highlight with his 5-foot-7 frame. But he’s also the focal point of opposing defenses, which led to problems offensively for the Bulldogs last season



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