Jay Bulldogs football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
7 - 4 3 - 2 4 - 2 .636 304 261

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-31 @ Vinita W 23 - 14
2012-09-07 @ Grove W 27 - 26
2012-09-14 vs McDonald County. Mo. W 32 - 26
2012-09-21 vs Hilldale L 7 - 26
2012-09-28 @ Lincoln Christian L 27 - 34
2012-10-05 @ Locust Grove W 41 - 12
2012-10-12 vs Westville W 48 - 12
2012-10-18 @ Seq. Tahlequah W 15 - 0 8 OT
2012-10-26 vs Keys (Park Hill) L 20 - 42
2012-11-02 vs Blackwell W 36 - 14
2012-11-09 @ Stigler L 28 - 55

ROSTER

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For Bears, backup QB 1 of few questions on offense

Jul 26, 2014
BOURBONNAIS, Ill. (AP) — Almost as soon as he signed with the Chicago Bears, Jimmy Clausen got some tutoring on the offense from Jay Cutler.If everything goes according to plan, his knowledge of the system won't be tested in a meaningful way.The Bears would love nothing more than to see Cutler get through the season without missing time and render the backup quarterback spot a...

Texas' Strong prefers not talking national title

Jul 22, 2014
DALLAS (AP) — Charlie Strong riled up plenty of Texas fans during a statewide spring tour by saying the Longhorns wouldn't be in the national championship game.The new coach toned down his honest assessment in future stops, then said Tuesday in his first appearance at Big 12 media days that he prefers not even talking about championships."'I've been part of two national championships. The place...

OU football: Bob Stoops hopeful that Dorial Green-Beckham can play this season

Jul 22, 2014
The previous relationship between Green-Beckham and Stoops and OU co-offensive coordinator Jay Norvell helped lead to the wide receiver winding up in Norman.

OU football: Bob Stoops hopeful Dorial Green-Beckham will be able to play for Sooners in 2014

Jul 22, 2014
DALLAS — Oklahoma remains hopeful that Dorial Green-Beckham will be able to play for the Sooners this year, OU coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday at Big 12 Media Days at the Omni. Stoops addressed the media for the first time since Green-Beckham, who was dismissed from Missouri after last season, was added to OU’s roster. Stoops said Green-Beckham’s appeal was pending with the NCAA. The prior...

From little league to the Big 12, Jerod Phillips has come a long way in officiating

Jul 17, 2014
On Aug. 31, Phillips will trot onto another field. It will be hot. It could be raining. But it won’t be in Jay and it won’t be little leaguers. Phillips will make his Big 12 officiating debut with the nationally televised Baylor-SMU game, which inaugurates McLane Stadium hard by the Brazos River.

Oklahoma football: Sooners' wide receiver group is full of young talent

Jul 15, 2014
Oklahoma doesn’t have any wide receivers committed for its 2015 class, but Jay Norvell’s success on the recruiting trail the last three years has filled the position group with young talent, meaning it’s not an immediate need. Despite that, the Sooners are actively pursuing Texas receivers John Humphrey and Ryan Newsome.

Change it up: How 7 new coaches are shaping tone

Jul 6, 2014
From the smooth, almost laid-back approaches of Lovie Smith and Jim Caldwell to the fiery passion of Mike Zimmer, new NFL coaches are reshaping the environments of their teams.Some have much bigger chores than others.Bringing in a new coaching staff usually means the previous one did too much losing. That's true times seven this year as Smith takes over at Tampa Bay, Caldwell in Detroit, Zimmer...

Oklahoma football: Dorial Green-Beckham officially joins Sooners, but many questions remain unanswered

Jul 3, 2014
Perhaps the most pressing question is this: Can trouble former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham play for Oklahoma in 2014? According to sources close to the program, OU plans to pursue an NCAA waiver for immediate eligibility.

Ex-Auburn football player killed in Georgia crash

Jun 29, 2014
LAGRANGE, Ga. (AP) — Former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen, a fan favorite who played on the 2010 national championship team, has died in a one-car crash in Georgia, state police said.Authorities said Lutzenkirchen, 23, was ejected from a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe when it overturned several times near LaGrange early Sunday morning. He was a passenger in the vehicle.Auburn coach Gus Malzahn...

Soccer gets boost in US from young, informed fans

Jun 27, 2014
DENVER (AP) — Never mind that there were dozens of TV sets at the bar, many turned to pro wrestling, poker and bowling to provide background noise early one weekend morning. Jon Forget walked in, asked the bartender to change one set to soccer and got laughed out of the joint.Fast forward almost two decades and there's no room to sit at the bar Forget runs these days. His concept for a soccer...

Former top prospect Dorial Green-Beckham to Oklahoma? Three reasons it makes sense, and three reasons it doesn't

Jun 18, 2014
NORMAN — A little more than two years ago, Oklahoma was a major player in the Dorial Green-Beckham sweepstakes. Green-Beckham, a five-star wide receiver prospect considered the nation’s best player in the recruiting class of 2012, ultimately picked Missouri and compiled 87 catches, 1,278 yards and 17 touchdowns in two seasons with the Tigers. After […]

Oklahoma football: Blake Bell weighs in on relationship with Trevor Knight, transition to tight end

Jun 15, 2014
In an interview with The Oklahoman last week, Blake Bell said he remained close with Trevor Knight throughout last season's back-and-forth position battle and that the two have "always been buddies."

Manziel joins list of QBs drafted by MLB teams

Jun 8, 2014
NEW YORK (AP) — Hut ... hut ... home run!The San Diego Padres threw a Hail Mary on the final day of the Major League Baseball draft Saturday by taking Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel — listed as a shortstop for Texas A&M, even though he never played for the Aggies — in the 28th round."It was kind of, 'Why not?'" Padres general manager Josh Byrnes said before the Padres hosted the...

Barry Sanders says retired players have tough case against NFL

May 27, 2014
On ESPN’s SportsCenter Tuesday morning, NFL Hall of Famer and former Oklahoma State running back Barry Sanders said it will be difficult for retired NFL players to win a case against the league over alleged illegal drug use. Sanders, who retired from the league in 1998, sat down for an interview with ESPN host Jay […]

Tuttle picks Lincoln Christian assistant Brad Ballard to be new head coach

May 13, 2014
The Tuttle school board approved the hire of Lincoln Christian defensive coordinator Brad Ballard as the Tigers’ new football coach on Monday night.

High school notebook: Tuttle names Brad Ballard new head coach

May 13, 2014
A Claremore native, Brad Ballard comes to Tuttle after spending the last eight seasons at Lincoln Christian. He has also worked at Missouri Southern, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, and a few high school stops, including Miami, Ketchum and Jay.

Big 12 football notebook: Oklahoma loses another commitment

Apr 22, 2014
For the second time in a week, Oklahoma lost a football commitment. Three-star defensive tackle Du’Vonta Lampkin of Cyprus Falls, Texas, tweeted Tuesday night that he was reopening his recruitment. “This is an hard decision but theres (sic) not a reason that OU still isn’t my number 1,” Lampkin tweeted. “We feel taking the visits is the best thing for me so thats what I’m going to do!” Last...

Twitter often a tough opponent for athletes to handle

Apr 21, 2014
The moment a kick is missed, a pass is dropped, a tackle is whiffed is only the beginning. A football stadium is a safe haven.Players don’t hear F-bombs from the student section. They can mute wrath from afar.No, in 2014, blood boils when 21-, 22-year old athletes turn on their cell phone in the locker room. After sifting through all “keep your chin up” text messages from Moms and girlfriends,...

Column: A Masters bloodline that runs deep

Apr 10, 2014
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — If connections were all it took to make a splash at the Masters, Bill Haas would have contended long before now."We've had a bunch of family play here," said Haas, whose opening-round 68 catapulted him into the lead."A bunch," as it turns out, is hardly an exaggeration. Bill's father, Jay, played the tournament 22 times from 1976 to 2005. His uncles, Jerry Haas and Dillard...

Oklahoma football: Spring practices vital for potential impact running backs Keith Ford, Alex Ross

Apr 5, 2014
With Brennan Clay, Damien Williams and Roy Finch gone from last year’s team, the pair each have a chance to have a big impact at running back this season. And with five-star recruit Joe Mixon still a couple of months away from arriving on campus, spring practices have been particularly important for Ford and Ross.

OU football: True freshman Dimitri Flowers drawing comparisons to Trey Millard

Apr 2, 2014
Flowers is impressing coaches and teammates during spring practice.

Oklahoma football: How Wesley Horky landed a rare scholarship offer for a long snapper

Mar 29, 2014
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound long snapper signed after visiting Norman, completing a journey that began when Horky became his pee-wee team’s snapper by default many years ago.

Oklahoma football: Jordan Smallwood turning heads for Sooners

Mar 29, 2014
Jordan Smallwood’s first season with Oklahoma ended before it began as the wide receiver from Jenks had to have foot surgery before practice began last fall. Smallwood returned to practice during bowl preparation and has been in the mix during spring practices. “A great start,” Sooners coach Bob Stoops answered when asked about the impression Smallwood had made so far in the spring. “He’s gonna...

Oklahoma football: Remembering the Hoot Owls

Mar 4, 2014
One of the best things about my job is the stories I hear. And some of the plum tales come from the old days. Like Bud Wilkinson football. Benton O’Neal of Ada, one of the three O’Neal brothers to play for Wilkinson at OU, emailed me Monday with a gem of a story.

High school basketball: OKC Storm hosting nationally ranked opponents

Feb 19, 2014
The Oklahoma City Storm, the defending homeschool national champions, will host some of the nation's top high school basketball teams over the next three days in the OKC Storm Festival. Thursday's action will include two games at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown Oklahoma City. Flower Mound, Texas, will face OnPoint Academy at noon, followed by the Storm taking on Prime Prep at...

OU releases list of self-reported NCAA violations

Feb 18, 2014
NORMAN — In the past year and a half, Oklahoma self-reported secondary NCAA violations, which were recently obtained by The Oklahoman through an open records request. The latest violation received occurred in October. The violations range from the routine, coaches sending texts or making calls outside of the designated allowed contact times, to the absurd. Three athletes had to donate $3.83...

Former manager, All-Star Jim Fregosi dies at 71

Feb 14, 2014
ATLANTA (AP) — Jim Fregosi's big league career got off to a real quiet start. His first three at-bats, as a teenager for the expansion Los Angeles Angels, he hit grounders back to perennial Gold Glove pitcher Jim Kaat.Over the next half-century, Fregosi made a lot more noise in majors.Fregosi, a six-time All-Star shortstop who went to manage the Angels to their first playoff appearance and...

Tommy Morrison's son set for first professional boxing match

Feb 14, 2014
Trey Lippe Morrison was destined to become an athlete, the Tulsa World reports. His mother, Cristi Rader, was an All-State basketball player at Jay High School and became a coach. She now is known as Cristi Lippe. Trey's maternal grandfather was Ken Rader, a member of the University of Tulsa's 1964 Bluebonnet Bowl football team.

High schools: Discussions continue on whether to split all classifications

Feb 12, 2014
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board votes to form a 13-person committee to study reclassification.

Tributes: Legendary Norman High coach Max Marquardt dies at age 78

Feb 10, 2014
Marquardt, who spent 20 years at Norman, guided the 1970 boy's basketball team to the Class 4A state championship.