Washington Warriors football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
8 - 4 5 - 1 3 - 3 .667 401 274

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-30 @ Bridge Creek W 35 - 21 5 OT
2012-09-07 @ Purcell L 14 - 28
2012-09-14 vs Bethany L 7 - 40
2012-09-21 @ Frederick L 7 - 41
2012-09-28 vs Hobart W 45 - 7
2012-10-05 @ Hinton W 41 - 21
2012-10-12 vs Comanche W 41 - 20
2012-10-18 @ Mangum W 42 - 14
2012-10-26 vs Riverside W 63 - 0
2012-11-02 vs Lindsay W 42 - 20
2012-11-09 vs Kingston W 43 - 6
2012-11-16 @ Hennessey L 21 - 56

TEAM STATS

Offense
Rush Yds Rush Yds Game Pass Yds Pass Yds/Game Yards Total Yards/Game Pts Total Pts/Game
3186 265.5 1087 90.6 4273 356.1 436 36.3
DEFENSE
Rush Yds Allow Allow Rush/Game Pass Yds Allow Allow Pass/Game Yds Total Allow Yds Allow/Game Allow Pts Allow Pts/Game
1639 136.6 1063 88.6 2702 225.2 253 21.1

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Taylor Adkins 11
Cody Bratten 12
Brock Harmon 11
Brady Kulbeth 10 5-8 135
Cooper Treadaway 12
Zeke Zimmer 12

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Oklahoma State football notebook: First-year assistant coach Marcus Arroyo updates progress of running backs

Jul 30, 2015
STILLWATER — When Marcus Arroyo was hired as running backs coach at Oklahoma State this offseason, he inherited a position group marked by more questions than answers. With the departure of senior Desmond Roland, the addition of two junior college transfers — Chris Carson and Todd Mays — and the return of two tailbacks with OSU playing experience — Rennie Childs and Raymond Taylor — there has...

Oklahoma State football: Cowboys receive verbal commitment from 2016 running back La'Darren Brown

Jul 27, 2015
Oklahoma State added a second running back to its 2016 recruiting class Monday when La'Darren Brown — a 5-foot-10, 175-pound speedster from DeSoto High School (Texas) — verbally committed to the Cowboys.  Blessed & proud to say I'm a cowboy I have officially committed to the University of Oklahoma St @coacharroyoosu pic.twitter.com/4HxkTh7sEW — Ldee Brown ✌️ (@LdeeBrown1) July 27,...

Tulsa artist Matthew Bearden takes on American Indian mascot issue with painted helmet series

Jul 26, 2015
An abbreviated version of this story appears in the Sunday Life section of The Oklahoman. Tulsa painter tackles issue of American Indian mascots with artistic helmet series Under the bright lights, a gleaming line of helmets showcase mascots and logos no team has ever worn -- and almost certainly, no team ever will. A portrait of the pope in his tall hat called a mitre. An American Indian...

Report: 2016 Oklahoma State football verbal commit Tyrell Alexander reopens recruitment

Jul 26, 2015
2016 Oklahoma State verbal commit Tyrell Alexander — a 6-foot-2, 170-pound athlete from Lancaster High School (Texas) — has reopened his recruitment, according to Alex King of thefootballbraniacs.com. 2016 Lancaster, TX WR, Tyrell Alexander (@T_Real07) tells me he's decommitted from #OKState and re-opened his recruitment. @WEBOrecruiting1 — Alex King (@AKing_TFB) July 25, 2015 Alexander, an...

Oklahoma State football: All eyes fixed on Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph

Jul 26, 2015
The small sample sure was impressive, with Rudolph directing Bedlam and bowl wins and pumping optimism into 2015 as perhaps the Big 12’s most intriguing quarterback.

BC-LA--Louisiana News Digest Advisory 6 pm, LA

Jul 20, 2015
Good evening. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Louisiana. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-New Orleans bureau at 504-523-3931 or nrle@ap.org. Chevel Johnson is on the desk. AP-Deep South Editor Jim Van Anglen can be reached at 404-653-8460 or JVanAnglen@ap.org.A reminder this information is not for publication or...

Columnist wonders how his life would be different if he hadn’t run from the law

Jul 20, 2015
I'm a rule-keeper. I didn't get kicked out of high school once. But there was one night when I was on the run from the law. I didn't get caught. I fear it may have changed my life forever.

Big 12: Q&A with Kansas State safety and former Tulsa Washington standout Dante Barnett

Jul 20, 2015
Barnett, a former prep football star at Tulsa Washington, has started every game for the Wildcats over the past two years and returns as the team’s top tackler with 176 career stops. He received second-team All-Big 12 honors from league coaches following the 2014 season.

SUPER 30: Justice Hill's versatility will pay off for Hornets

Jul 19, 2015
TULSA — Tulsa Washington was down 3-0 at halftime against Midwest City in Week 1 last season, and its star running back suffered a dislocated shoulder. But Justice Hill would not be denied. “He was determined because he knew how important that game was,” Tulsa Washington coach Marvin Dantzler recalled. “He wasn’t going to sit back until he knew that game was in hand. So he goes out after...

Super 30: Jenks safety Austin Quillen's SEC opportunity a direct reflection of work ethic, playing style

Jul 15, 2015
At 6-feet and 195 pounds, Quillen wondered how far his talent might take him at the next level. Could he contend in what’s widely considered the nation’s top college football conference? “Looking at myself as an SEC player?” Quillen reflected. “That didn’t hit me until Vanderbilt offered.”

The Oklahoman's Super 30

Jul 12, 2015
The Oklahoman’s Super 30 recruit rankings for the state’s high school football class of 2016 will continue on Tuesday with No. 13 on the list. Here are the last five players we’ve written about:   18. Micah Wilson, QB, Lincoln Christian, 6-3, 200 17. Jimmy McKinney, LB, Oologah, 6-0, 230 16. Max Wariboko-Alali, DB, Casady, 5-11, 170 15. Quan Hogan, RB, Norman North, 6-1, 210 14.

How OU offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley's brilliance carried him from Muleshoe and onto the coaching fast track

Jul 11, 2015
Stop almost anywhere in Muleshoe, where grain elevators create the cityscape, and you’re sure to hear a story about its new favorite son.

The story behind the Sunday story on Lincoln Riley and Muleshoe, Texas

Jul 8, 2015
MULESHOE, Texas — The name of this small, West Texas farming town alone made the idea of traveling to it appealing. So I admit I was pretty excited when my boss, sports editor Mike Sherman, gave me the OK to travel to Muleshoe to report on a profile of Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma’s new offensive coordinator.  The story will run in The Oklahoman this Sunday. I contacted Marilyn Riley,...

Alabama editorial roundup

Jul 8, 2015
Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers:July 7Anniston (Alabama) Star on packed prisons:In a sense, Alabama's prison problem mirrors the United States': It wasn't created overnight, and it can't be repaired quickly.Our prisons are among the nation's most overcrowded and under-funded. Our women's prison, in Julia Tutwiler in Wetumpka, has been investigated for a harrowing list of...

Amtrak service in Kansas could be cut

Jul 4, 2015
Carl and Bea Kellar held hands as they awaited the eastbound Amtrak train in Newton at 2 a.m. Friday.It was their first time riding the train, they said, waiting among the 10 people gathered in the sleepy hours of the morning.Soon the station manager informed passengers waiting for the westbound train that because of flooding on the tracks, the train would be delayed for about six hours.In...

Football recruiting: Who has offers?

Jun 23, 2015
Here’s a list of known scholarship offers to Oklahoma high school football players from NCAA Division I FBS and FCS schools to date: Tyler Adkins, Tulsa Union, RB: Navy Samuel Akem, Broken Arrow, WR: Montana Abe Anderson, Metro Christian, LB: North Dakota Jordan Brown, Stillwater, WR: Arkansas St., Army, Navy, Southern Miss, Stephen F. Austin, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Wyoming Tyler Brown, Lexington,...

End of the line for Rawlings' football helmets

Jun 21, 2015
Rawlings’ football helmets are getting sacked far short of their goal.Five years after Rawlings Sporting Goods jumped back into the football helmet business, the company is cutting short its gridiron comeback.Rawlings, a Town and Country-based maker of baseball gloves, softball bats and other sporting goods, confirmed that it is ending production of its football helmets and football shoulder...

Scholar-Athlete: Bios of all the school winners

Jun 20, 2015
BETHANY: KYLE DUKE Athletics: First-team Little All-City and coaches’ all-state in football as a senior. Second-team all-conference in soccer. Also played varsity baseball. Academics: Weighted grade point average of 4.1. ACT score of 24. National Honor Society. Special Olympics volunteer. College: Oklahoma Also nominated: Dustin Bielich, Maddie Flemmons BETHEL: CLINT SIMMONS Athletics:...

D.C. travelblog: The charming city of Annapolis

Jun 19, 2015
The best ride we’ve had all week came in a golf cart Thursday. We had just parked near downtown Annapolis, paying $10 to pull our rented Hyundai into a space hard by an inlet of Chesapeake Bay, and were walking down Compromise Street, toward the historic downtown. A guy in a golf cart pulled up […]

D.C. travelblog: From a Senator's office to a President's death bed

Jun 18, 2015
The day started in the office of a United States Senator. The day ended with a waterfront seafood dinner in beautiful Annapolis, Md. In between I walked through the theater where Abraham Lincoln was shot and through the room where he died, 150 years ago this April. I discovered why people say “It’s a small […]

Scholar Athlete Awards: OU's Ty Darlington says time for Sooners to cast aside distractions

Jun 16, 2015
Oklahoma offensive lineman Ty Darlington is not worried about the possible distraction with the return of linebacker Frank Shannon and running back Joe Mixon to the team after one-year suspensions stemming from allegations of violence against women. In fact, he thinks it will drive the Sooners. “I don’t think so,” Darlington said. “I think that now we’re focused, we’re ready to go. If anything,...

Cherokee County's Fagan wins top ASWA writing award

Jun 14, 2015
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Shannon Fagan of the Cherokee County Herald received the Alabama Sports Writers Association's highest writing award.Fagan was presented with the award and two others Sunday night at the group's 44th annual convention.The Herby Kirby Award is given in memory of longtime Birmingham Post-Herald sports writer Herby Kirby, who died in the press box after covering Notre Dame's...

D.C. travelblog: A sobering day at the Memorials

Jun 14, 2015
We flew low over the Potomac River and onto the runway at Reagan National. The last time I was in Washington, D.C. (April 1981), Air Florida flight 90 had yet to crash into the Potomac. That would be nine months later. The last time I was in D.C., its close-by airport was called Washington National. […]

Is OSU's Mason Rudolph the next Brandon Weeden or the next Wes Lunt?

Jun 9, 2015
Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph could be the next Brandon Weeden or the next West Lunt. Time will tell.

Woman says her brother was sexually abused by Dennis Hastert

Jun 5, 2015
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Montana woman says her brother was sexually abused by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert during the years when the GOP leader was a wrestling coach at a suburban Chicago high school.Jolene Burdge of Billings, Montana, told The Associated Press on Thursday that the FBI interviewed her last month about Hastert, who was charged last week in a federal indictment alleging that...

Iowa hometown reveres Fred Hoiberg as a ‘genuine’ icon

Jun 1, 2015
So what if seemingly everyone with a reporter’s notebook and Twitter handle says it’s a done deal.Until the official word comes that Fred Hoiberg has become the Bulls coach, Iowa State alum and Hoiberg friend Dickson Jensen says: “There’s always hope. I would love to see Fred stay.”Everyone in Ames would.“He’s an icon around here,” said Tracy Drury, general manager of Hickory Park, a restaurant...

Rockets’ Terry has no plans to call it a career

May 24, 2015
SEATTLE — Monday may be the last game of the season for Houston, which needs a Memorial Day win to avoid being swept out of the Western Conference finals by Golden State.It may also be the last time Jason Terry, who is an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, suits up for the Rockets.However, the 37-year-old Seattle native has no plans of ending his 16-year NBA career this summer.“He wants...

Former OU All-American offensive tackle Eddie Foster was the rarest of football heroes

May 21, 2015
Foster was known more for his family — five high-achieving, high-character kids — and his Christian walk and his love of people than for gridiron greatness.

NCAA urges caution on idea of paying college athletes

May 19, 2015
WASHINGTON — NCAA vice president Kevin Lennon on Tuesday told the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics that schools should resist pressure to change the rules on what it means to be an amateur college athlete.“We know degree completion will best serve them in the long run,” Lennon said. “The introduction of pay may lead some — not all, but some — to not take full advantage of these...

The Johnny Bench mystery is solved

May 19, 2015
Well, the Johnny Bench mystery is solved. As I blogged yesterday, there seemed to be some confusion about Johnny Bench’s hometown. Not from me. Not from anyone in Oklahoma. But from baseball researchers over literally decades. You can read that blog here. The bible of baseball research, baseball-reference.com, long has listed Bench as being from […]