Under the impeccable guidance of football coach Willis Alexander, the national letter-of-intent ceremony held Wednesday afternoon inside the library at Douglass High School couldn’t have been more dignified.
BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Sat, Sep 5, 2015
Duncan coach Craig Benson got more than he expected this offseason when he hired Glennis Ring as his defensive coordinator.
Ring brought along his son Luke, whose big night Friday has already raised expectations for Duncan's season.
Ring passed for 186 yards and three touchdowns,...
Tramonda Moore marvels about all that has happened this past year.
He smiles about it. Chuckles about it. Shakes his head about it.
But there are times that he nearly cries about it, too.
On the day high schools all across the state began football practice, no one has changed more since...
Austin Kendall doesn't hit campus until 2016 for Oklahoma football, but the North Carolina native is already creating a buzz as the Sooners' next potential standout at quarterback.
Bleacher Reports's Michael Felder has three reasons why Kendall will star at OU: Escapability, the...
EDMOND — On a hot summer day two years ago, Cayman Bundage had his little brother broken and in tears, not in typical big brother fashion but as a mentor and workout partner.
Bundage was back from his first season as an offensive lineman at Arizona. He was running two miles, but also dragging...
BY JACOB UNRUH Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Wed, Jul 22, 2015
Evans, one of the state’s top basketball recruits in the upcoming senior class, announced on his Twitter page that he was no longer committed to the Cowboys, a school he once said fit his up-tempo style of play.