Jay Bulldogs football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
6 - 5 2 - 3 4 - 2 .545 273 227

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 vs Vinita L 7 - 13
2013-09-13 vs Grove W 13 - 9
2013-09-20 @ McDonald County. Mo. W 27 - 12
2013-09-27 @ Hilldale L 14 - 36
2013-10-04 vs Lincoln Christian L 21 - 38
2013-10-11 vs Locust Grove L 3 - 40
2013-10-17 @ Westville W 45 - 6
2013-10-25 vs Seq. Tahlequah W 48 - 14
2013-11-01 @ Keys (Park Hill) W 42 - 6
2013-11-08 @ Blackwell W 40 - 16
2013-11-15 @ Checotah L 13 - 37

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
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Media notes: John Brooks returns to play-by-play to call package of Putnam City football games on new FM translator station 98.5.

Aug 25, 2015
John Brooks, a former OU and Oklahoma City Blazers radio voice, will return for his 51st year of play-by-play when he calls a 13-game package of Putnam City football games on translator station FM 98.5, which was expected to launch Wednesday with a Regional Mexican format. Mike Baldwin, a former sportswriter for The Oklahoman, will be the analyst for the 13-game package, which includes all 10...

Luck, Cutler follow different paths through NFL

Aug 20, 2015
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Three years ago, Andrew Luck walked off the field in Chicago and promised to learn from a forgettable NFL debut.The Colts rookie had just thrown three interceptions, one touchdown pass and barely completed half of his 45 throws in a 41-21 loss to the Bears.He's come a long way since. On Saturday, Luck will be back on his home turf ready to face Chicago again — this time as...

High school football: Isaac Stoops has big debut in scrimmage for Norman North

Aug 20, 2015
The Norman North sophomore had two interceptions in a strong debut performance in the scrimmage at Moore Stadium against Westmoore, Edmond Santa Fe and Tulsa Union.

Chris Johnson knows he has to earn playing time in Arizona

Aug 18, 2015
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Chris Johnson came to the Arizona Cardinals with no assurances about what role he will play, and he says "that's cool with me."After surviving a shooting five months ago, he's just glad to be back playing in the NFL."When he first called me and we talked, I told B.A. (coach Bruce Arians), 'I don't want you to promise me anything or anything like that,'" Johnson said on...

Did Bud Wilkinson cut players from the team?

Aug 18, 2015
Benton O’Neal is a 1958 OU letterman whose brothers, Jay and Pat, also played football for Bud Wilkinson. Benton O’Neal emails me from time to time, reminiscing about the old days. I find his stories fascinating and revealing. Here’s his latest: “After spring practice each year, Coach Wilkinson would schedule a one-on-one individual meeting with each sophomore, junior and senior returning for...

Living — or dying — with the decision not to wear a helmet

Aug 4, 2015
Josh Frost is learning to live with the split-second decision not to don a helmet before stepping onto his longboard. He's lucky at that; many people don't survive the type of traumatic brain injuries that helmets are designed to prevent.

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...

Jay school officials approve plan for statue honoring late boxer

Jul 16, 2015
The school board of Jay, Oklahoma, approved a plan to establish a life-size bronze bust of heavyweight champion Tommy “The Duke” Morrison on the school’s campus.

Tramel: Ada to honor the football team that won only a mythical title

Jul 13, 2015
Oklahoma’s high school football playoffs began in 1944, and Ada got in the championship business in 1951, winning the Class A title. The Cougars liked the feeling. In 15 years, Ada won nine state championships. 1951, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1962, 1964 and 1965. And that was in the days of limited classes — three through 1952, four from 1953-63 and five starting in 1964. Plus only...

OU football: Sooners making a strong in-state recruiting push

Jul 4, 2015
NORMAN — Logan Roberson might not have been speechless but he was awfully close last month when the Harrah offensive lineman committed to Oklahoma. Roberson grew up dreaming of playing for the Sooners and hadn’t even allowed himself to think much of it being a real possibility until OU offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh extended the offer. Once the offer was there, though, Roberson didn’t...

Readers lament the loss of Bob Barry Jr.

Jun 25, 2015
Reader responses to our Bob Barry Jr. tributes have been overwhelming. I thought I would share some with you: Bill Khourie: “Just finished reading your piece on BBJ and yes, so many thousands felt like they knew him and knew him well. I lost my only son over Christmas break while in his last year at OU, Jan. 6, 2009. Many of his friends started a memorial golf tournament and banquet to honor...

Executive Q&A: Self-described 'hooligan' in high school finds his strong suit is in building houses

Jun 21, 2015
Oklahoma City homebuilder Jack Evans, who is managing partner of TimberCraft Homes, recently talked with The Oklahoman about the effect growing up with deaf parents had on his life and career.

Wilder blocked in bid for heavyweight bout in Tuscaloosa

Jun 8, 2015
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Deontay Wilder's fight at Bartow Area in Birmingham on Saturday night is being dubbed a homecoming for the World Boxing Council world heavyweight champion.In some ways it is. He will be fighting some 60 miles from where he was born and raised. The Tuscaloosa fighter will have massive support in what is expected to be a capacity crowd for the first defense of the title he...

Vintage TV series dominate new DVD releases this week

Jun 2, 2015
A number of vintage television programs dominate new DVD releases this week, including complete-series sets of “The Saint” and “The Nanny.”

Alabama softball coach Patrick Murphy takes unique path to success

May 30, 2015
Fayette, Iowa, native started as high school baseball, then an assistant softball coach at University of Southwestern Louisiana — now Louisiana-Lafayette — while a graduate student

High school basketball: Oklahoma Faith 7 player profiles

May 28, 2015
The 50th annual Oklahoma/Texas Faith 7 Basketball Bowl will be held at 7 p.m. June 6 at Oklahoma Baptist University. Here’s some information about the 10 players selected to play for the Oklahoma team, provided by Faith 7 organizers: A.J. Cockrell, 6-8, 220, Tulsa Memorial:  Coached by Robert Allison, Cockrell led the Chargers to a 19–8 […]

SEC agenda includes graduate transfers, satellite camps

May 22, 2015
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference agenda for spring meetings leans heavily toward ensuring other leagues don't have any competitive advantage, either from satellite camps or graduate transfers.Coaches have grumbled about outside competitors like Penn State's James Franklin and Michigan's Jim Harbaugh holding football camps as guest coaches in the SEC's fertile recruiting...

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.

Oklahoma football: Sophomore wide receiver K.J. Young dismissed from the team

May 17, 2015
Perris, Calif. native dismissed for violating unspecified team rules

Oklahoma football: K.J. Young the latest in troubling trend of OU receiver busts

May 17, 2015
NORMAN — Oklahoma dismissed redshirt sophomore wide receiver K.J. Young from the team, continuing a troubling trend of receiver busts over the past several years. OU coach Bob Stoops fired receivers coach Jay Norvell after last season — when the Sooners had arguably the worst receivers in the Big 12 — and replaced him with […]

AP-LA-MS--Louisiana-Mississippi News Digest 1:30 pm, LA

May 9, 2015
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Louisiana and Mississippi. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-New Orleans bureau at 504-523-3931 or nrle@ap.org. Jack Elliott Jr. 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...

ACU's Williams, Richardson going to NFL rookie camps

May 7, 2015
Former Abilene Christian football players Damon Williams and Nick Richardson will both be in NFL camps this weekend.Williams, a 6-foot-3, 340-pound defensive lineman from Duncanville, recently signed a free-agent deal with the Atlanta Falcons. He will participate at the Falcons' three-day rookie minicamp, beginning Friday.Richardson, a 6-1, 240-pound defensive end, has been invited to the...

Billy Donovan bids farewell to Gators as search for his successor begins

May 4, 2015
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Just days after a legendary coach and dear friend embarked on a new challenge, UF athletic director Jeremy Foley looked to sum up coach Billy Donovan’s impact on him, the Gators and the Gainesville community.Foley rarely is at a loss for words, but his silence Monday as he choked back tears spoke volumes.“Basketball games come and go,” Foley concluded. “Relationships like...

Redskins take OL Brandon Scherff with 5th pick in NFL draft

Apr 30, 2015
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Brandon Scherff played tennis — at 250 pounds! — in high school, along with baseball, basketball and throwing the shot put and discus in track and field. After taking Scherff with the fifth pick in the NFL draft Thursday night, the Washington Redskins are hoping his athleticism and versatility will improve their offensive line.Redskins coach Jay Gruden said in a news...

Brian Schmitz: Mavs owner Cuban spot-on in college hoops critique

Apr 11, 2015
When critiquing college basketball from a pro basketball summit, you’re always at risk of sounding like an NBA snob.So be it.“It’s uglier than ugly, and it’s evidenced by the scoring going down. When the NBA went through that, we changed things.”That’s Dallas Mavs owner Mark Cuban doing the critiquing.And he’s spot-on about the trouble with college hoops.Far too often, it’s unwatchable.True,...

Syracuse travelblog: A trip to Cooperstown

Mar 26, 2015
Upstate New York is a beautiful part of the country. Mountains. Lots of waters. Lots of quaint villages. Now, upstate New York in March is no fun. The snow can be gorgeous for about 15 minutes, but I’m already tired of it, after about 30 hours in Syracuse. I’m sure the locals, after a long, […]

BC-NY--NYC Daybook, NY

Mar 18, 2015
The Associated Press prefers to receive daybook event listings and comments via email to apnyc@ap.org with the word "daybook" in the subject line.For added consideration, mirror the format of the listings below, and submit events at least two business days in advance when possible. For listings submitted with less notice, events attended by national and state figures and government officials...

High school notebook: Mustang QB Chandler Garrett gets first offer

Mar 18, 2015
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Garrett, The Oklahoman’s Big All-City Offensive Player of the Year last season, received his first scholarship offer on Wednesday, from Air Force.

Jahlil Okafor, on the brink of superstardom, tries to blend in

Mar 17, 2015
DURHAM, N.C. — On the east side of Duke’s campus sits Wilson residence hall, a sprawling, reddish-brownish brick building with no air conditioning.This is where Jahlil Okafor goes to escape labels, to feed his Netflix addiction, to try to fit in while standing out for one of the No. 1-seeded teams in the NCAA tournament.There are no reminders of basketball past and not much talk of basketball...

Bruce Pearl trying to rehab his scandal-tainted image — again — at Auburn

Mar 10, 2015
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Bruce Pearl is sitting on the bench at Rupp Arena, watching his Auburn players launch shots on the morning of the Kentucky game.“Basketball,” he said in a voice that harkens to Sammy Sosa and a “Saturday Night Live” skit, “has been berry, berry good to me.”Pearl is a youthful 54 but has had a half-dozen incarnations, starting with the time he donned an eagle costume as a...