Ryan Cowboys football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
3 - 6 1 - 2 2 - 4 .333 234 349

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 @ Waurika W 44 - 26
2013-09-13 @ Thackerville L 0 - 46
2013-09-20 Open  - 
2013-09-27 vs Temple L 38 - 60
2013-10-04 @ Corn Bible L 22 - 32
2013-10-11 vs Duke W 66 - 36
2013-10-17 @ Gracemont W 52 - 6
2013-10-25 vs Tipton L 0 - 50
2013-11-01 @ Mt. View-Gotebo L 12 - 47
2013-11-08 @ Grandfield L 0 - 46

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Sooners get commit from juco WR

Apr 26, 2015
Oklahoma picked up its fourth commitment of the 2016 class Sunday night when junior college wide receiver Ryan Parker committed to the Sooners. Parker had 47 catches for 41 yards and 16 touchdowns as a freshman last season at Tyler Junior College. He is from Keller (Texas) Fossil Ridge High. Parker committed to TCU out […]

Mason Rudolph has OSU football confidence soaring

Apr 20, 2015
OSU has found its quarterback. There’s no doubt about that, not with the way Mason Rudolph played down the stretch of the 2014 season and the way he looked in the Orange-White Game on Saturday. I wrote about Rudolph for the Sunday Oklahoman, which you can read here. It’s clear that the Cowboys hold their […]

Oklahoma State football: Mason Rudolph give Cowboys a much-needed leader at quarterback

Apr 18, 2015
Mason Rudolph is more than just the Cowboy quarterback. At age 19, he’s the Cowboys’ offensive leader.

High school notebook: OSSAA looking further into private-school rules

Apr 14, 2015
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors will discuss and take possible action at Wednesday’s monthly board meeting regarding an amendment to the rule that Bishop McGuinness High School officials unfairly targets private schools.

Students suspended after charges in beach sex assault

Apr 13, 2015
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Two Alabama college students have been suspended after authorities discovered a cellphone video that allegedly shows them sexually assaulting a woman at a Florida beach while a large crowd of spring-break revelers watches.Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen described the video as "very, very graphic" and called it the "most disgusting, sickening thing" he had ever...

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: Former Sooner football players to participate in benefit basketball game

Apr 9, 2015
Proceeds benefit the Find A Way Foundation, a charity founded by former Sooner Corey Wilson that is dedicated to helping people cope with spinal cord injuries.

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 […]

Final Four notes: Kentucky's Andrew Harrison apologizes to Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky for postgame remark

Apr 5, 2015
Apology accepted.Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky said he received a call from Kentucky’s Andrew Harrison early Sunday morning, apologizing for a slur that was muttered after the Wildcats’ loss to the Badgers on Saturday night.A question was asked to a teammate about Kaminsky, and Harrison, under his breath, could be heard expressing an expletive and racial slur.“I got a text message ,and he said he...

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.

Friday Faceoff: Who is the best coach in the Final Four?

Apr 3, 2015
Bo Ryan's squad clean, fun to watchBy Paul KleeThis Final Four is more about the coaches than the players — and that says a ton about the coaches. An NBA scout tells me the next draft lottery could include up to eight players from this Final Four.My esteemed colleague, Mr. Ramsey, is siding with Mike Krzyzewski, a fine choice as the best coach still standing. Coach K’s resume is almost as thick...

Oklahoma basketball: Travel issues work out for players' families

Mar 25, 2015
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Samantha Walker was going to the NCAA Tournament regardless of where Oklahoma went.“I wasn’t missing the game for anything,” said Walker, the mother of Sooners’ junior guard Dinjiyl Walker.It’s worked out about as well as it could’ve for the Walker family.After about a six-hour drive to Columbus, Ohio, for the first weekend of the tournament, the Walker family has a bit shorter...

Hiawatha's Gartner commits to play basketball at Missouri State

Mar 25, 2015
In a two-year span, Hiawatha High School has produced a pair of Division I athletes — and both picked out-of-state colleges.While Peyton Newell had a much ballyhooed recruiting process that led the football star to Nebraska, Emily Gartner's recruitment ended before her junior season ended.The RedHawks' basketball standout recently verbally committed to Missouri State, where she will play for...

Oklahoma basketball: Travel issues work out for players' families

Mar 25, 2015
Family and friends of Oklahoma’s basketball team have been scrambling to make arrangements to travel to Syracuse for the Sooners’ Sweet 16 game against Michigan State at approximately 9:07 Friday night.

Tarleton State basketball ready for Division II Elite Eight

Mar 24, 2015
The path Mo Lee took to Stephenville was about as unlikely as a college basketball power popping up in a town most-known for producing high school football championships. But Tarleton State has been winning for years, and Lee, a New York City native, has been the Texans’ best player on their way to the Division II Elite Eight.Tarleton plays Mount Olive (N.C.) 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Ford Center...

Columbus travelblog: Wrong museum in Canton

Mar 24, 2015
First, the bad news. It snowed on us Monday night. I guess that’s your first clue that we didn’t make it back to Oklahoma. We hear it’s 80 back home. I can promise you this. It wasn’t 80 in Cleveland. Wasn’t Hot in Cleveland, even if Valerie Bertinelli stars in a show by that name. […]

High school notebook: Westmoore routs Edmond North behind Austin Harris

Mar 24, 2015
Westmoore right-hander Austin Harris never lost his composure on the mound Tuesday in the Jaguars’ 11-2 rout of Edmond North that completed a two-day sweep in District 6A-2 play.

Collected wisdom: Latricia Trammell, Oklahoma City University women's basketball coach

Mar 21, 2015
Tuesday night, Latricia Trammell coached Oklahoma City University to its second consecutive NAIA women’s basketball national championship. Friday morning, she was already thinking about the next challenge and the next season.

Notes and tidbits from around the NCAA Tournament

Mar 19, 2015
Notes and tales from around the NCAA Tournament on Thursday:___BUFFALO MOJOOne thing is for certain about Buffalo coming into the NCAA Tournament: There is no reason for the Bulls to be intimidated by any opponent, including fifth-seeded West Virginia.Buffalo played at Kentucky in its second regular-season game and led the Wildcats 38-33 at half before losing 71-52."It's like have you seen...

George Will: Kasich waits in the wings

Mar 19, 2015
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ideas fly from Gov. John Kasich like sparks from a flint. While explaining his prison reforms, he interrupts himself midsentence — his sentences, like some E. E. Cummings poems, are unpunctuated — to praise a Delaware church that buys prom dresses for low-income high school girls. His spirit would add spice and his policies would add substance to the Republican presidential...

How to deal with tendonitis pain

Mar 18, 2015
What's this nagging pain in my shoulder? Is it just stiff joints, or something more? In this article, Dr. Ryan Slater explains the symptoms of tendonitis and ways to treat it before it takes you out of the game.

With McCoy trade, Kelly proves every player expendable

Mar 4, 2015
Chip Kelly's latest bold move is another example of his coaching philosophy: "Culture beats scheme."Two people familiar with the deal told The Associated Press the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade star running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. Both people spoke under condition of anonymity on Tuesday because the teams had not announced the deal.Kelly...

Chip Kelly proves every player is expendable in his system

Mar 3, 2015
Chip Kelly has no problem getting rid of talented players.Last year, he cut three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson after a career season. Now, he's trading away two-time All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy.Two people familiar with the deal told The Associated Press the Eagles have agreed to trade McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. Both people spoke under condition of...

Oklahoma football: Will Baker Mayfield once again make the most of an opportunity?

Mar 3, 2015
With Trevor Knight’s struggles in 2014 and a new offensive coordinator in Lincoln Riley, OU is staging another quarterback battle. Baker Mayfield, who sat last year out due to NCAA transfer rules, will be right in the thick of that competition, and those who know him best expect him to win it.

Media report: Oklahoma State receiver Ra'Shaad Samples to transfer

Feb 24, 2015
Oklahoma State receiver Ra’Shaad Samples will transfer following the spring semester, according to a report from 24/7 Sports college football recruiting analyst Ryan Bartow. . Per his father, #OklahomaState WR Ra’Shaad Samples to transfer. http://t.co/8g7frAJVzW @Perroni247 @OKState247 @jcshurburtt — Ryan Bartow (@RyanBartow) February 24, 2015 . Samples — a 5-foot-11, 178-pound sophomore from...

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Feb 19, 2015
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Health issues caused ex-bodybuilder to make serious changes before opening gym

Feb 19, 2015
Jeff Winzenried was the picture of health and strength by the time he graduated from high school in 2001 as a three-sport athlete in football, wrestling and track.He went on to run track at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and as a sprinter, his events were the 50-meter and 100-meter dash. When he ran the 200 “it felt like a mile,” he said, probably in part because of the way he built...

Switch manufacturer predicts more 'rockin' rocket' products

Feb 14, 2015
A 1977 University of Oklahoma electrical engineering graduate, David Posey today is leading the reed switch manufacturing company his parents started from their home in Chickasha 47 years ago. Today, HSI Sensing employs 200 and weekly ships 50,000 to 100,000 custom-made parts worldwide.

Florida AD Foley understands 'angst' caused by Muschamp

Feb 9, 2015
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley gets it: the school is still paying former coach Will Muschamp and paying for it on the recruiting trail.It's not an ideal situation.But it's one the Gators put themselves in when they fired Muschamp and had no real protection from something like this happening in his contract."I get the angst that that causes," Foley said Monday....

Abbington could spark Mizzou

Feb 9, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. • College football’s national signing day wasn’t as significant this time around for Chase Abbington. Two years ago the Fort Zumwalt South running back signed with Missouri and carried hopes of lugging the ball for the Tigers later that fall. Instead, he vanished from the spotlight and resurfaced at Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College after not qualifying academically to enroll at...