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Jan 3, 2014
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Rhett Lashlee tried to get away from coaching's endless grind of film study, practice and recruiting trips. He really did.No. 2 Auburn's whiz kid of an offensive coordinator got out of the business after the 2006 season at Arkansas, getting married and running a high school sports magazine for a year and a half or so.Lashlee turned down a chance to follow Gus...
OC Rhett Lashlee finds niche with Malzahn, Auburn
JOHN ZENOR, Associated Press | Jan 3, 2014NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Rhett Lashlee tried to get away from coaching's endless grind of film study, practice and recruiting trips. He really did. No. 2 Auburn's whiz kid of an offensive coordinator got out of the business after the 2006 season at Arkansas, getting married and running a high school sports magazine for a year and a half or so. Lashlee turned down a chance to follow Gus Malzahn, now the Tigers' head coach, to Tulsa in a decision that flummoxed his mentor and others. "He wasn't really happy with me," the 30-year-old coordinator said Thursday. "He thought I was crazy like everybody else, and rightfully so." When Malzahn called again with an offer, Lashlee jumped back into coaching as an Auburn graduate assistant from 2009-10. It doesn't look like he'll be leaving the business again anytime soon. Malzahn and Lashlee have forged the nation's top rushing offense and ridden it into Monday night's BCS championship game against No. 1 Florida State. Though they have different personalities, they've been around each other since Lashlee was a quarterback running Malzahn's no-huddle offense as an eighth-grader in Springdale, Ark., before setting national records under him at Shiloh Christian High School. Lashlee is affable and laid back and often sneaks out of the office either for a jog or to pick up a takeout lunch to break up the monotony of the marathon days. He even danced with the players in the locker room after the Alabama game. Malzahn is studious, reserved and all football, for most of his 20 waking hours a day. The combination seems to work awfully well despite the occasional marital discord during the heat of the moment. "If you are on the field with us, looking over at the sidelines they are like a married couple fighting sometimes," Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah said. "I'm telling you, they are back and forth, 'We need to do this, we need to do this.' And coach Malzahn will say some stuff and it's constant back and forth, and that meshes together perfectly. "But it's funny sometimes to be able to listen to them." They've been together a long time, with occasional amicable separations. Lashlee played for Malzahn at Shiloh Christian from 1999-2000 and the following year under Chris Wood, leading the team to an Arkansas-record 40 wins, three straight championship games and two titles. He set national prep records with 171 career touchdown passes, 200 total touchdowns and 672 passing yards in a game before going on to a backup role at Arkansas. Lashlee left again to serve as Samford's offensive coordinator for a season before following Malzahn to Arkansas State in that capacity in 2012. Both are perfectionists, demanding players be lined up precisely at the right spot, not six inches off. Lashlee can serve as a buffer, too, for his intense boss. "Coach Malzahn, any time something doesn't work he takes it really personally," Uzomah said. "Coach Lashlee will be like, 'Coach, calm down, it didn't happen on purpose. They didn't mean to drop the ball or run the wrong play, it's OK.' "And coach Malzahn will freak out." Malzahn makes sure to often credit Lashlee for his work with quarterback Nick Marshall, who had to take a crash course in the offense during preseason camp. Since Malzahn designed the offense and is what Lashlee describes as "the best playcaller in the country," it leads to inevitable questions about their respective roles. "People ask all the time, how do you call plays? How are you between drives?" Lashlee said. "I don't know if it goes back to when I played for him in high school. It just works. We never sat down and laid out parameters for it. It just happens. "Some games are more one way or the other. But we always know going in we're on the same page of what we want to do, how we want to attack people." However it works, it does work.
Jan 2, 2014
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — It's the spread, or smashmouth. It's about big passing numbers, or off-the-charts run stats.All those descriptions can be fairly accurate for the hurry-up, no-huddle offense designed by Auburn coach Gus Malzahn back in his Arkansas high school days. They can each be totally off-base, too."All he's ever said is, 'We're a hurry-up, no-huddle team that takes advantage...
Malzahn's flexible offense tough to pigeonhole
JOHN ZENOR, Associated Press | Jan 2, 2014NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — It's the spread, or smashmouth. It's about big passing numbers, or off-the-charts run stats. All those descriptions can be fairly accurate for the hurry-up, no-huddle offense designed by Auburn coach Gus Malzahn back in his Arkansas high school days. They can each be totally off-base, too. "All he's ever said is, 'We're a hurry-up, no-huddle team that takes advantage and is going to play physical football,'" said Chris Wood, Malzahn's former offensive coordinator at Shiloh Christian and Springdale High. "He didn't say we were going to throw it or run it. He lets his personnel define the team and define the offense. "I guarantee you he loved running the ball in the SEC. That's how he is; he just wants to win." Malzahn has won at every stop of the way with an offense he adapts to fit the personnel instead of the other way around. The No. 2 Tigers (12-1) effectively switched styles four games into this season, and rode Nick Marshall and the running game all the way to Monday's BCS national championship game against No. 1 Florida State (13-0). The zone read, where Marshall can either run or hand off based on what he sees from the defense, became the staple of Auburn's offense after a loss to LSU. The offense then took flight, or more appropriately was grounded. The result is the nation's top rushing team at 335.7 yards per game, an average just a few yards shy of the two games before the metamorphosis combined. The offense that used to give Arkansas prep foes fits bedeviled the mighty Alabama defense and roughed up Missouri for 545 yards rushing and 52 points in the Southeastern Conference championship game. Florida State defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, whose defense yields the nation's fewest points, said the Tigers are just "doing a better job of executing than everybody else." Part of Malzahn's philosophy is being willing to do what his quarterback does best. Marshall has run for 1,023 yards to complement Heisman Trophy finalist Tre Mason (1,621 yards), Corey Grant (650 yards) and Cameron Artis-Payne (609). Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee was an eighth-grade quarterback in Springdale, Ark., when Malzahn started running this no-huddle offense, and ran it for two years in junior high before taking over the reins at Shiloh Christian. He believes Malzahn "is the best play caller in the country." Adaptability based on the personnel of the moment also sets Malzahn apart. "I think so many times in our game you may see people that try to make a square peg fit in a round hole and make guys do things they want them to do but maybe they're not best at, and we just try to take the opposite approach with that," Lashlee said on Thursday. This season is a perfect example. The Tigers have run on 70.7 percent of their plays, counting sacks as passes, far more than any offense in Malzahn's eight seasons as a college offensive coordinator or head coach. The next highest was the Cam Newton-led Auburn team that won the national championship in 2010 (66.4 percent), according to STATS Inc. The 2010 team posted easily the highest percentage of run plays by a national champion since the 1997 Nebraska option offense ran 80 percent of the time. Newton and Marshall are his only college quarterbacks to rush for 450 yards or more, though every one of his college teams has had at least one 1,000-yard rusher. Malzahn's first Tulsa offense in 2007 ran just 47 percent of the time, and quarterback Paul Smith set an NCAA record with 14 consecutive 300-yard passing games. The Golden Hurricane led the nation in total offense in both of Malzahn's seasons as coordinator. Current Tulsa coach Bill Blankenship said the running game was a key part of those offenses, too, whatever the perception. "I think there's an illusion that it's always been pass," said Blankenship, also a member of that staff and like Malzahn highly successful in the high school ranks. He and Malzahn attribute that flexibility to the necessity of building around the available playmakers in high school. Blankenship and Malzahn became acquainted when both were in the prep ranks. Then Blankenship got more familiar with Malzahn's offense and its misdirection plays, sweeps and reverses at Tulsa's football camps. "It was this creative kind of mad scientist look," Blankenship recalled. "When you get to know what's going on in the inside, there's a lot more systemic approach than what you realize. "It's not just a collection of plays. It's really a pretty good system that he's developed over time, and he has answers and he builds on top of a play and on top of a play on top of a play." ___ Voigt contributed to this report from Fayetteville, Ark.
Oct 3, 2013
Here’s how you know the good part of the college football season has arrived. Two weeks ago, predicting games straight up, I went 45-4. Forty-five and four! Last week, with most of the games against overmatched I-AA foes gone, I was 29-14.
College football predictions: Take Kansas, Notre Dame in upsets
Berry Tramel | Oct 3, 2013// [img]2229005[/img] Here’s how you know the good part of the college football season has arrived. Two weeks ago, predicting games straight up, I went 45-4. Forty-five and four! Last week, with most of the games against overmatched I-AA foes gone, I was 29-14. Which is more like it. Let’s get to the games. TCU at OU: Sooners 27-14. I still think the Frogs have one of the better teams in the Big 12. Of course, that probably says more about the Big 12 than it does the Frogs. Kansas State at OSU: Cowboys 35-21. Maybe OSU just laid a clunker in Morgantown. Maybe isn’t that good. We start finding out which with this game. Texas at Iowa State: Longhorns 28-21. No David Ash? This game gets really interesting. Lose, and Mack Brown might resign over the weekend. West Virginia at Baylor: Bears 56-20. Baylor might get the 63 it scored last season on West Virginia. But no way do the Mountaineers get near the 70 they scored on Baylor. Texas Tech at Kansas: Jayhawks 20-17. Upset special. I’m just not sold on Tech. Quarterback issues galore. Georgia at Tennessee: Bulldogs 48-14. What a series this once was. Makes you sort of sad for the Volunteers. LSU at Mississippi State: Bayou Bengals 38-20. Les Miles has a heck of a team. Good enough to go into Tuscaloosa and win in early November. Arkansas at Florida: Gators 24-14. Can Florida win with defense in the SEC? Yes in 2012. But probably not in 2013. Ole Miss at Auburn: Tigers 27-25. In 2004, Hugh Freeze was head coach at Briarcrest Christian High School in Memphis and Gus Malzahn was head coach at Springdale (Ark.) High School. Now Freeze is head coach at Ole Miss and Malzahn head coach at Auburn. Georgia State at Alabama: Crimson Tide 48-0. The only thing these programs have in common is that Bill Curry was head coach of both. An absolute atrocity that this game is being played. Missouri at Vanderbilt: Commodores 27-26. The James Franklin Bowl. The Mizzou quarterback and the Vandy head coach share the same name. Kentucky at South Carolina: Gamecocks 31-13. Stoops vs. Spurrier! Stoops vs. Spurrier. Oh, wait. Wrong Stoops. Washington at Stanford: Cardinal 42-23. Stanford coach David Shaw chuckled that Barry Sanders Jr.’s mopup touchdown against Washington State was the SportsCenter highlight. More footage will be shown of this battle of unbeatens. Notre Dame vs. Arizona State at Arlington, Texas: Fighting Irish 30-21. Upset special. Brian Kelly growing a little testy. He was charming in his office last week, but he snapped at NBC sideline reporter Alex Flanagan at halftime of the OU game, and now Kelly has declared no more singing of the alma mater by his players after home defeats. Seems to me that’s a little negative thinking. UCLA at Utah: Bruins 35-30. UCLA flying under the radar. Lose in Salt Lake City, and that won’t change. Oregon at Colorado: Ducks 62-17. If someone made me pick a national champion at this point, I’d go with Oregon. Washington State at California: Golden Bears 31-21. A Texas Tech coaching icon (Mike Leach) against the son (Sonny Dykes) of a Texas Tech coaching icon. Maryland at Florida State: Seminoles 41-15. The Terrapins are ranked 23rd. We’ve got to get rid of this top 25 stuff. Got to go back to a top 20. Georgia Tech at Miami: Hurricanes 30-20. Al Golden has Miami playing well. Win this game, and the ‘Canes should be undefeated going to Florida State on Nov. 2. North Carolina at Virginia Tech: Hokies 20-18. Virginia Tech’s defense is big-time. Too bad the Hokies don’t have an offense to match. Clemson at Syracuse: Tigers 51-21. Strange matchup. Sort of like Nebraska-Indiana, Missouri-Florida and Texas Tech-West Virginia. Sometimes conference realignment leads to weird games. North Carolina State at Wake Forest: Wolfpack 30-14. N.C. State figures to be 5-1 going to Florida State on Oct. 26. And 5-2 leaving Florida State. Ball State at Virginia: Cavaliers 48-12. Non-conference games in October can be cool. They also can be boring. Army at Boston College: Eagles 33-24. Sure hope this game gets played. Ohio State at Northwestern: Buckeyes 34-12. Between this game and the Nov. 30 game at Michigan, Ohio State’s schedule is Iowa, Penn State, at Purdue, at Illinois, Indiana. In other words, this is Ohio State’s last chance to lose for a long time. Michigan State at Iowa: Spartans 19-7. Iowa is 4-1, but the schedule’s about to toughen up. Wish Ohio State had Iowa’s schedule. Penn State at Indiana: Hoosiers 31-30. These aren’t the Nittany Lions of old, but this would be a nice win for Kevin Wilson. Minnesota at Michigan: Wolverines 42-16. The Gophers are 4-1, but the schedule’s about to toughen up. Wish Ohio State had Minnesota’s schedule. Illinois at Nebraska: Cornhuskers 45-24. The Illini actually has some offensive power. This might not be the answer for Nebraska’s defensive woes. Louisville at Temple: Cardinals 67-7. Temple lost to Idaho last week. Idaho is an excellent choice for worst I-A program of the last 10 years. Rutgers at SMU: Scarlet Knights 26-21. What was that I was saying about conference realignment creating stange bedfellows. Cincinnati at South Florida: Bearcats 41-14. Jim Leavitt, wherefore art thou? Central Florida at Memphis: Golden Knights 39-10. UCF figures to be Louisville’s chief threat in the American Athletic Conference. Air Force at Navy: Midshipmen 30-20. Sure hope this game gets played. Brigham Young at Utah State: Aggies 38-28. The Utah state championship already belongs to the Utes. So this game is to make someone go home with a bronze medal. New Mexico State at New Mexico: Aggies 29-20. Why not go with the beleaguered Aggies. New Mexico stinks this year. San Jose State at Hawaii: Rainbows 24-23. Norm Chow could use a win. Hawaii is 0-4. Fresno State at Idaho: Bulldogs 38-6. Don’t sleep on Fresno State making the Fiesta Bowl. Nevada at San Diego State: Aztecs 39-30. Both programs have seen better days. Rice at Tulsa: Golden Hurricane 23-17. Lose this game, and Tulsa’s season has gone south in a hurry. East Carolina at Middle Tennessee: Pirates 38-34. Middle. What a cool geographic name. Wouldn’t Central Oklahoma or Central Arkansas sound cooler if they were Middle Oklahoma or Middle Arkansas? Florida International at Southern Miss: Golden Eagles 25-17. Somone is going to get their first win of the season. Hope it’s Todd Monken at Southern Miss. North Texas at Tulane: Mean Green 31-22. North Texas has been quite competitive this season, particularly at Georgia. Louisiana Tech at Texas-El Paso: Miners 26-14. Just La Tech’s luck. It gets out of the Western Athletic Conference and into a better geographic fit, and its first Conference USA road trip is 900 miles to El Paso. Texas-San Antonio at Marshall: Thundering Herd 54-17. The stunning development of Texas schools playing in West Virginia continues. Florida Atlantic at Alabama-Birmingham: Blazers 28-27. Oklahoma connection. A Youngstown coach (Carl Pelini) against a former OU quarterback (Garrick McGee). Last week: 29-14. Season: 216-48.
Sep 18, 2013
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright predicts the score of the Week 3 games.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 3
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 18, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record: 125-55 (69.4 pct.) Overall record: 254-106 (70.6 pct.) Thursday City Area BRIDGE CREEK 45, Anadarko JV 6 PUTNAM CITY 42, Choctaw 35 JOHN MARSHALL 30, Crooked Oak 27 St. Mary 28, NORTHEAST 14 Class 4A Poteau 28, Tulsa Webster 7 Class A CADDO 34, Durant JV 16 TALIHINA 36, Sallisaw JV 12 Class C BLUEJACKET 50, Cookson Hills 8 Friday City Area Apache 42, CROSSINGS CHR. 30 MADILL 20, Bethel 16 Capitol Hill 28, TULSA ROGERS 12 Cashion 42, LUTHER 38 Centennial 22, U.S. GRANT 14 Chandler 35, HARRAH 28 Chr. Heritage 34, LINCOLN CHR. 17 DESTINY CHR. 48, Community Chr. 28 REJOICE CHR. 44, Coyle 36 CASADY 28, Dallas Episcopal 24 WETUMKA 50, Davenport 44 Davis 29, HERITAGE HALL 28 Dibble 44, EMPIRE 40 CARL ALBERT 21, Duncan 14 DEER CREEK 35, Edmond Memorial 34 Edmond Santa 28, EDMOND NORTH 13 Guthrie 31, ENID 21 KINGFISHER 35, Hennessey 28 PURCELL 30, Lexington 16 Lindsay 27, PAULS VALLEY 23 CENTRAL MARLOW 56, Macomb 12 SEMINOLE 49, McLoud 42 Meeker 34, WAYNE 28 Midwest City 28, DEL CITY 27 Millwood 40, ADAIR 22 Minco 42, MAYSVILLE 12 Mustang 48, STILLWATER 42 BLANCHARD 35, Newcastle 24 Noble 28, EL RENO 21 Norman 27, YUKON 24 WOODWARD 28, Northwest 21 OKC Legion 32, TULSA HALE 20 OKC Patriots 26, SUNRISE CHR., KAN. 22 ALLEN 38, Okla. Christian Aca. 34 Oklahoma Christian 27, JONES 21 SHAWNEE 35, Ponca City 20 PUTNAM NORTH 48, Putnam West 20 SANTA FE SOUTH 35, SeeWorth Aca. 12 CLINTON 49, Southeast 21 Southmoore 34, MOORE 21 DOUGLASS 28, Star Spencer 14 Tecumseh 28, LITTLE AXE 24 Tuttle 46, ELGIN 16 PERKINS 30, Verdigris 22 Washington 21, BETHANY 20 WINDSOR HILLS 42, Watts 22 McGUINNESS 28, Weatherford 21 CRESCENT 48, Wellston 14 PIEDMONT 35, Western Heights 22 Westmoore 37, NORMAN NORTH 34 Wright Christian 40, LIFE CHRISTIAN 38 Class 6A Bixby 28, SPRINGDALE, ARK. 21 Fayetteville, Ark. 45, MUSKOGEE 20 Lawton 49, ALTUS 14 LAWTON MAC 35, Lawton Eisenhower 28 JENKS 38, Owasso 24 SAND SPRINGS 28, Sapulpa 17 BARTLESVILLE 31, Skiatook 12 TULSA WASHINGTON 35, Tulsa East Central 21 Tulsa Edison 34, ELK CITY 20 BROKEN ARROW 44, Tulsa Union 38 Class 5A Ada 21, DURANT 14 GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 28, Ardmore 21 Chickasha 21, CACHE 20 McALESTER 42, Claremore 35 OOLOGAH 28, Collinsville 24 TULSA KELLEY 31, Coweta 21 WAGONER 28, Grove 14 Hugoton, Kan. 28, GUYMON 21 Pryor 27, MIAMI 12 SALLISAW 24, Tahlequah 18 TULSA McLAIN 34, Tulsa Central 20 Tulsa Memorial 27, TULSA NOAH 17 Class 4A Anadarko 48, PERRY 8 FORT GIBSON 35, Catoosa 31 CUSHING 28, Cleveland 15 VINITA 23, Dewey 14 Glenpool 33, SPERRY 20 Locust Grove 38, STILWELL 22 Mannford 21, BRISTOW 7 BROKEN BOW 21, Metro Christian 20 VIAN 32, Muldrow 20 Class 3A ANTLERS 14, Atoka 7 Berryhill 42, KELLYVILLE 22 Chisholm 42, BLACKWELL 8 Dickson 28, TISHOMINGO 14 LONE GROVE 31, Frederick 12 Hartshorne 33, STIGLER 28 Haskell 28, SPIRO 21 Heavener 22, GORE 20 CHECOTAH 28, Henryetta 21 BEGGS 45, Hilldale 28 HUGO 37, Idabel 20 Jay 28, McDONALD COUNTY 24 Keys (Park Hill) 21, EUFAULA 20 Okemah 28, MORRIS 21 Plainview 31, VALLIANT 7 Roland 22, OKMULGEE 12 Seq. Claremore 34, INOLA 22 VICTORY CHRISTIAN 55, Seq. Tahlequah 48 Stroud 28, PRAGUE 12 MARLOW 42, Sulphur 21 KANSAS 28, Westville 8 Class 2A Chouteau 35, PORTER 14 Coalgate 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Colcord 35, CENTRAL SALLISAW 20 Comanche 26, WALTERS 20 Hinton 44, SAYRE 16 ALVA 38, Hobart 28 KIEFER 33, Hulbert 12 FAIRLAND 22, Ketchum 12 CORDELL 20, Mangum 14 YALE 28, Mounds 20 NOWATA 30, Newkirk 14 Oklahoma Union 26, FOYIL 18 COMMERCE 35, Oswego, Kan. 14 Pawhuska 21, HOMINY 20 BARNSDALL 24, Pawnee 16 QUINTON 26, Pocola 20 AFTON 28, Quapaw 22 Ringling 34, MARIETTA 14 BRAY-DOYLE 34, Duke 24 Salina 30, CHELSEA 12 Tonkawa 18, FAIRVIEW 12 PANAMA 28, Warner 18 KONAWA 32, Wewoka 24 SAVANNA 36, Wilburton 20 KINGSTON 40, Wilson 12 Wyandotte 22, CANEY VALLEY 14 Class A Depew 28, CANADIAN 14 Hartford, Ark. 28, HAILEYVILLE 6 WYNNEWOOD 34, Healdton 22 Hollis 34, BEAVER 14 Liberty 14, DRUMRIGHT 8 Mooreland 21, BURNS FLAT-DILL CITY 6 Okeene 48, PIONEER 20 MORRISON 28, Oklahoma Bible 27 HOOKER 30, San Jacinto Chr., Texas, 12 WATONGA 34, Snyder 14 RUSH SPRINGS 14, Stratford 7 Summit Christian 44, REGENT PREP 34 BOOKER, TEXAS 31, Texhoma 28 Thomas 48, CARNEGIE 14 Velma-Alma 32, ELMORE CITY 26 Class B SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 28, Agra 22 GANS 54, Bowlegs 20 Cave Springs 42, KEOTA 38 WOODLAND 36, Copan 12 Fox 58, ALEX 50 Garber 42, CANTON 30 Laverne 54, COVINGTON-DOUGLAS 28 Merritt 34, WAUKOMIS 20 Paoli 44, CYRIL 12 Pond Creek-Hunter 50, RINGWOOD 42 WELEETKA 42, Porum 22 Seiling 28, MEDFORD 18 DEWAR 60, Strother 54 Waurika 34, GEARY 20 Welch 44, OAKS 42 Class C MAUD 48, Arkoma 20 BALKO 56, Boise City 48 Buffalo 36 WAYNOKA 22 SW COVENANT 40, Claremore Chr. 20 DC-Lamont 54, TIMBERLAKE 34 Grandfield 44, CORN BIBLE 40 Midway 34, WEBBERS FALLS 28 Mount View-Gotebo 54, GRACEMONT 12 Rolla, Kan. 40, GOODWELL 14 Sasakwa 48, BOKOSHE 8 Shattuck 38, SOUTH BARBER, KAN. 30 Tipton 60, TEMPLE 20 SHARON-MUTUAL 52, Tyrone 28 Wesleyan Chr. 48, KREMLIN-HILLSDALE 24 Independent HOLLAND HALL 28, Arlington Oakridge 21 Cornerstone Chr. 42, BOULEVARD CHR. 30 Saturday, Sept 21 Independent OSD 48, Louisiana Deaf 28 Note: Home team in CAPS
Sep 11, 2013
Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state.
Oklahoma high school football picks: Week 2
BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 11, 2013Every week, The Oklahoman's Scott Wright will predict the score of every game in the state. Last week's record (and overall): 129-51 (.717) Thursday, Sept 12 City Area Casady 35, COMMUNITY CHR. 20 Mustang 48, PC NORTH 28 U.S. Grant 21, CAPITOL HILL 20 EDMOND SANTA FE 38, Yukon 28 Class 6A LAWTON IKE 28, Altus 24 Class 4A CASCIA HALL, 35, Glenpool 34 Class 3A LOCUST GROVE 21, Kansas 20 Class A SAVANNA 28, Beggs JV 14 Depew 21, OKEMAH JV 7 Cyril 40, MACOMB 12 Friday, Sept 13 City Area Blanchard 34, LINDSAY 14 Cache 45, SANTA FE SOUTH 12 Carl Albert 20, COWETA 17 Cashion 34, CENTRAL SALLISAW 7 ANADARKO 55, Centennial 8 OKLA. CHRISTIAN ACA. 27, Cent. Marlow 22 Chr. Heritage 38, ST. MARY 20 Crescent 44, OKLAHOMA BIBLE 16 Crossings Chr. 35, BRAY-DOYLE 34 SHAWNEE 24, Deer Creek 21 Dickson 16, BETHEL 14 Edmond North 21, CHOCTAW 20 El Reno 28, CHICKASHA 21 EDMOND MEMORIAL 33, Enid 20 CROOKED OAK 26, Frederick 22 CLINTON 34, Heritage Hall 31 LUTHER 28, Hinton 21 John Marshall 30, BRIDGE CREEK 17 HENNESSEY 34, Jones 21 DAVENPORT 48, Keota 44 Kingfisher 35, CHANDLER 28 LEXINGTON 27, Little Axe 21 McGuinness 21, TULSA KELLEY 20 Meeker 30, WEWOKA 27 NORMAN 28, Moore 7 Norman North 42, DEL CITY 38 Northwest 28, NORTHEAST 21 TULSA ROGERS 21, OKC Legion 16 DESTINY CHRISTIAN 35, OKC Patriots 14 Oklahoma Chr. 24, TONKAWA 20 BETHANY 31, Pauls Valley 20 McLOUD 40, Perkins 27 Piedmont 34, HARRAH 20 GUTHRIE 42, Ponca City 12 WASHINGTON 28, Purcell 27 Putnam City 48, PC WEST 12 Southeast 22, STAR SPENCER 16 MIDWEST CITY 27, Stillwater 13 SW Covenant 36, SASAKWA 24 SEMINOLE 50, Tecumseh 13 Tuttle 34, ELK CITY 20 NEWCASTLE 27, Verdigris 24 DIBBLE 35, Walters 14 Wayne 30, MINCO 28 YALE 28, Wellston 14 NOBLE 35, Western Heights 14 SOUTHMOORE 38, Westmoore 34 LIFE CHRISTIAN 22, Wichita Warriors 20 COYLE 40, Woodland 28 Class 6A TULSA EAST CENTRAL 45, Bartlesville 20 BENTONVILLE, ARK. 28, Broken Arrow 21 Jenks 38, TULSA UNION 34 LAWTON 28, Lawton Mac 22 OWASSO 44, Muskogee 18 Sand Springs 34, BIXBY 24 SAPULPA 21, Tulsa Hale 14 Tulsa Memorial 34, TULSA EDISON 14 McALESTER 28, Tulsa Washington 21 Class 5A COLLINSVILLE 28, Catoosa 24 ARDMORE 33, Durant 13 Grove 28, JAY 27 LIBERAL, KAN. 50, Guymon 12 CLAREMORE 44, Miami 14 Oologah 24, SKIATOOK 7 Rogers, Ark. 27, TAHLEQUAH 24 Springdale, Ark. 35, TULSA CENTRAL 13 Wagoner 34, PRYOR 28 Weatherford 20, DUNCAN 14 Class 4A Ada 35, IDABEL 12 Broken Bow 34, SHILOH CHR., ARK. 30 Cleveland 27, MANNFORD 20 PLAINVIEW 34, Elgin 14 FORT GIBSON 22, Hilldale 16 Nowata 28, VINITA 17 SEQ.-CLAREMORE 28, Sallisaw 21 Spiro 21, MULDROW 17 LINCOLN, ARK. 24, Stilwell 13 Tulsa McLain 34, SPERRY 14 BERRYHILL 28, Tulsa Webster 8 POTEAU 21, Van Buren, Ark. 14 Woodward 26, at Garden City, Kan. 20 Class 3A COALGATE 21, Atoka 14 Beggs 28, SEQ.-TAHLEQUAH 24 NEWKIRK 20, Blackwell 8 Bristow 14, STROUD 7 KEYS (PARK HILL) 21, Checotah 12 Colcord 18, WESTVILLE 14 VIAN 34, Eufaula 16 HARTSHORNE 21, Heavener 18 Henryetta 28, HOLDENVILLE 14 Inola 21, SALINA 13 CANEY VALLEY 33, Kellyville 16 MADILL 21, Kingston 20 Lincoln Christian 35, HOLLAND HALL 28 Marlow 20, COMANCHE 17 HASKELL 28, Morris 21 STIGLER, 35, Okmulgee 13 DEWEY 22, Pawhuska 15 CUSHING 55, Perry 35 OKEMAH 27, Prague 14 Roland 36, PANAMA 12 DAVIS 36, Sulphur 27 Tishomingo 27, LONE GROVE 22 METRO CHR. 28, Tulsa NOAH 21 HUGO 21, Valliant 16 Victory Christian 45, REGENT PREP 12 Class 2A Afton 21, KETCHUM 20 FOYIL 12, Chelsea 6 COMMERCE 35, Cherryvale, Kan. 7 FAIRVIEW 28, Chisholm 14 SUMMIT CHR. 27, Chouteau 22 HOBART 33, Cordell 20 Elmore City 35, MARIETTA 16 Fairland 30, QUAPAW 27 Gore 28, MOUNDS 14 POCOLA 40, Haileyville 8 Hulbert 21, WARNER 20 ALVA 36, Morrison 24 BARNSDALL 35, Oklahoma Union 34 HOMINY 28, Pawnee 22 WILBURTON 20, Quinton 12 Rush Springs 44, Riverside 6 MANGUM 28, Sayre 14 Stratford 35, KONAWA 33 Talihina 42, ANTLERS 8 ADAIR 44, Wyandotte 20 Class A Apache 28, CARNEGIE 6 BEAVER 21, Burlington, Colo. 12 WATONGA 35, Burns Flat 18 TEXHOMA 28, Clayton, N.M. 21 Hooker 42, HOLLIS 28 KIEFER 35, Liberty 12 EMPIRE 44, Maysville 14 MOORELAND 32, Pioneer 14 DRUMRIGHT 14, Porter 12 HEALDTON 21, Snyder 14 Thomas 16, OKEENE 14 SHAMROCK, TEXAS 35, Turpin 6 CADDO 34, Wilson 14 Wynnewood 28, VELMA-ALMA 24 Class B Alex 36, PAOLI 14 WAURIKA 22, Allen 16 LAVERNE 54, Canton 12 POND CREEK 56, Covington-Douglas 6 Dewar 48, CAVE SPRINGS 8 Gans 44, STROTHER 18 FOX 50, Geary 8 MERRITT 44, Medford 20 Oaks 52, WATTS 12 BOWLEGS 48, Porum 42 Rejoice Christian 56, WELCH 30 Ringwood 40, SEILING 36 Sharon-Mutual 44, AGRA 14 South Coffeyville 52, COPAN 28 GARBER 48, Waukomis 8 Wetumka 60, WELEETKA 58 Class C CHEROKEE 54, Bluejacket 14 ARKOMA 44, Bokoshe 32 Buffalo 48, BOISE CITY 34 WESLEYAN CHR. 44, Windsor Hills 28 BALKO 40, Corn Bible 26 MT. VIEW-GOTEBO 36, Duke 20 TYRONE 50, Goodwell 6 TIPTON 60, Gracemont 6 DC-LAMONT 56, Kremlin-Hillsdale 34 Maud 46, MIDWAY 6 THACKERVILLE 54, Ryan 50 Temple 44, GRANDFIELD 28 Timberlake 50, CLAREMORE CHR. 8 SHATTUCK 56, Waynoka 12 Webbers Falls 30, WRIGHT CHR. 20 Saturday, Sept 14 City Area Douglass 26, Millwood 23