Thomas Terriers football


Record Home Away Win % PF PA
10 - 2 5 - 0 5 - 2 .833 377 164


Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 vs Alva W 28 - 21
2013-09-13 @ Okeene W 14 - 0
2013-09-20 @ Carnegie W 40 - 13
2013-09-27 vs Burns Flat-Dill City W 40 - 6
2013-10-04 vs Apache W 43 - 32
2013-10-11 @ Sayre W 47 - 0
2013-10-17 @ Hollis L 15 - 40
2013-10-25 vs Cordell W 49 - 13
2013-11-01 @ Snyder W 15 - 0
2013-11-08 @ Mangum W 44 - 18
2013-11-15 vs Texhoma W 28 - 0
2013-11-23 @ Ringling L 14 - 21


Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Schell Apple 12
Kade Blakley 12
Hayden Herrera 10
Kooper Marsh 10
Chezden Nease 11
Justin Tharp 12
Blake Wohl 11

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Oklahoma football: Quarterback Baker Mayfield has shoulder fatigue

Jul 2, 2015
The Texas Tech transfer who sat out last season is suffering from shoulder fatigue but does not have structural damage to his throwing shoulder, a source close to the program told The Oklahoman. Mayfield’s soreness is due to “simply throwing too many reps,” the source said.

Browns QB Manziel closes chapter on ‘Johnny Football’

Jun 17, 2015
BEREA, Ohio — Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel held a funeral Wednesday for Johnny Football.“I’m trying to really close a chapter on my life and move forward and really continue to build on the things that I’ve done throughout this offseason,” Manziel said in his first interview since Dec. 29 after the Browns wrapped up their second practice of mandatory minicamp.Manziel admitted he became...

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. […]

Quarterback mystery is paramount in the minds of Sooner Nation

Jun 4, 2015
Natural curiosity. But the answer will not determine the Sooners’ fortunes in 2015. The key to OU football this season is not who, but how. Move the w to the back of the word. How will the quarterback play, no matter who it is?

Austin American-Statesman Cedric Golden column

Jun 1, 2015
Had a great chat with former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson, who is partnering with the Austin school district and Eastside Youth Services and Street Outreach to make some much-needed improvements to the Eastside Yellow Jacket Stadium and track at the old L.C. Anderson High School.After his sophomore year at Anderson, Henderson moved to Oklahoma City to live with his...

Bob Stoops issues statement on Justice Hansen, says no transfer restrictions in place

May 27, 2015
NORMAN — Oklahoma’s quarterback derby is down to three. Redshirt freshman quarterback Justice Hansen announced Wednesday that he will transfer. He released a statement on Twitter. News of Hansen’s transfer was first reported by Hansen, a former Edmond Santa Fe standout, signed with OU in the 2014 recruiting class and redshirted last season. He […]

Can Keith Ford still make the NFL?

May 14, 2015
OU tailback Keith Ford has transferred, and that’s not the least bit surprising. Truth is, I thought that was already a done deal with the announced suspension from the spring. The Sooners have plenty of tailbacks, it seems, but Ford was a ballplayer. Outside of those pesky fumbles, Ford appeared to be a big-time tailback. […]

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 Jack Elliott Jr. is on the desk. AP-Deep South Editor Jim Van Anglen can be reached at 404-653-8460 or reminder this information is not for publication or...

Youth football and rugby to get together

May 6, 2015
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Football and rugby are getting together to promote player safety.A youth clinic featuring the Heads Up Tackling program will be held on May 31as part of the final day of the Collegiate Rugby Championship.Former players and NFL executives will help educate coaches and young players on the value of safe tackling at the new Academy Fields located on the grounds of PPL Park in...

Steelers grab Ohio State cornerback Doran Grant in 4th round

May 2, 2015
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Doran Grant picked up the phone for his first interview session as a professional football player and almost immediately blurted out: "Steelers, bro!"The former Ohio State cornerback's youthful enthusiasm was palpable. Consider it fitting for a team whose secondary is in the midst of a long awaited makeover.Pittsburgh grabbed Grant in the fourth round of the NFL draft on...

1975 OU linebacker Jamie Thomas dies

Apr 29, 2015
Jamie Thomas wasn’t supposed to be a starting linebacker on the 1975 Oklahoma football team. But the fifth-year senior became the second-leading tackler on a national championship team. Thomas died on April 20 in Denver of pancreatic cancer. “I hated it,” said Thomas’ OU coach, Barry Switzer. “He was one of the good ones. He […]

OU football: Job in Norman gets Kerry Cooks close to home

Apr 25, 2015
New defensive backs coach is from Irving, Texas and coached at Notre Dame before taking Sooner job

Timeline Ties Newspaper, Community

Apr 17, 2015
The newspaper and community are bound inextricably one to another, with The Daily Star-Journal today continuing the work of the newspaper’s forebearers by holding up a mirror into which the community sees its reflection, good or ill, accurately.Dates and events provided herein – each footnoted and provided to the Johnson County Historical Society – are taken from a variety of sources, with most...

Oklahoma State football: Former Cowboy receiver Josh Stewart thankful for second chance in NFL following season-ending injury

Apr 14, 2015
Stewart, who tore his Achilles shortly after signing a free-agent rookie deal with the Tennessee Titans, says he’ll report back to the team next week.

Ira Winderman: Curry spices NBA award possibilities

Apr 12, 2015
The award ballots are due Thursday, the day after Wednesday’s close of the regular season. Like the standings, plenty remains to be decided.So, for now, one man’s view at the moment, very much subject to change, of the NBA’s postseason awards.———Most Valuable Player (weighted ballot on 10-7-5-3-1 basis requires five names): 1. Stephen Curry, 2. James Harden, 3. Chris Paul, 4. LeBron James. 5....

Oklahoma football notebook: Incoming safeties could see early action

Apr 12, 2015
Oklahoma’s top three safeties — juniors Ahmad Thomas, Hatari Byrd and sophomore Steven Parker — have all made progress this spring and played well in Saturday’s Red-White Game. But after that, the Sooners are currently pretty thin at those positions. The second-team defense Saturday mostly featured walk-on safeties, meaning incoming freshmen Will Sunderland (Midwest City), Kahlil Haughton...

Oklahoma football notebook: Running back Daniel Brooks turns in another dominant spring game performance

Apr 11, 2015
Daniel Brooks carried the ball 21 times for 154 yards Saturday, leading OU in rushing for the second straight spring game. Last year, he rushed for 67 yards on eight carries.

Oklahoma football: Students, media get a sneak peek at Sooners

Apr 10, 2015
There was a time not long ago when these sorts of opportunities weren’t so rare. Two-a-days and all preseason scrimmages were open to the public until around the 2006 season, and since then, coach Bob Stoops has slowly closed off access to his program.

Oklahoma football notebook: Friday's practice open for students

Apr 9, 2015
The open part of practice is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. The first 500 students who arrive will receive a free hot dog and water, with all remaining hot dogs and waters available for 50 cents each.

High school notebook: Scott O'Hara named Purcell's new football coach

Apr 9, 2015
O’Hara served as offensive coordinator at Newcastle the past two seasons, helping the 2014 Racers to one of their best seasons in recent years.

Masters predictions: Jason Day's time

Apr 8, 2015
The Masters starts Thursday, and all eyes will be on Tiger and Rory. But I’ll be pulling for the classy Australian who I’ve vowed to pick in every major until he wins one. Here’s my projected top 20: Jason Day: Hasn’t really exploded like it looked like he might, but he seems to always be […]

Oklahoma quarterback battle: Seven things to know about Cody Thomas

Apr 7, 2015
NORMAN — Cody Thomas got a taste of being Oklahoma’s starting quarterback last season. Now, he’s one of four candidates to take over as the full-time starter this season, joining Trevor Knight, Baker Mayfield and Justice Hansen. On Monday, Jason Kersey gave you 10 things to know about Hansen (you can read that here). Here […]

Oklahoma quarterback battle: Ten things to know about Edmond Santa Fe product Justice Hansen

Apr 6, 2015
NORMAN — Oklahoma’s spring game is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, and you might have heard, but a quarterback battle is brewing in Norman. OU coach Bob Stoops and offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley have repeatedly said the position battle is wide open, and between all four signal callers on the roster — Trevor Knight, Baker […]

Oklahoma high school sports signing list: April 4, 2015

Apr 4, 2015
A look at Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports as of April 4.

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
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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...

Oklahoma State football: Cowboys open spring football with retooled run game

Mar 9, 2015
OSU lost its starting tailback from last season and added three assistants with strong influence on the run game in 2015

Smith built Mizzou wrestling into national powerhouse

Mar 3, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. • University of Missouri wrestling coach Brian Smith has a problem. His throat is sore from countless interviews he has conducted, but he has more phone calls to make. Smith’s Tigers, the best team on Missouri’s campus, just won a milestone event. For that, the Tigers now are ranked No. 1 in the country.Smith should be watching film of upcoming opponents, but on this busy weekday...