5 — Cars owned by former Texas and NFL quarterback Vince Young, who field for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to the Houston Chronicle. Young was the Tennessee Titans' No. 1 draft choice in 2006 and signed a contract that guaranteed him nearly $26 million.
23 — Consecutive losses suffered by Marteze Logan, a Covington, Tenn., middleweight boxer who succumbed Friday night to George “Comanche Boy” Tahdooahnippah of Lawton at the Chevrolet Bricktown Event Center. According to boxrec.com, Logan's professional record dipped to 26-55-2, and he has not won since February 2008. He was a late replacement opponent for Tahdooahnippah, who improved to 32-1-2 with the fourth-round knockout.
500 — Dual wins for the University of Central Oklahoma wrestling program. The Bronchos reached the milestone Wednesday night with a 30-9 rout of Oklahoma City U. The longtime NCAA Division II powerhouse has totaled 370 victories and 12 national team championships under David James, who is in his 32nd season as head coach.
550 — Career wins for Oklahoma Christian University women's basketball coach Stephanie Findley. The Eagles notched No. 550 for Findley, who has been head coach of the small college program since the 1985-86 season, Thursday against Texas A&M-International. Findley, whose players have included OU coaches Sherri Coale and Jan Ross, has more career victories than any other women's college coach in state history.
BY SCOTT MUNN