• Sooners Make Second Half Stops

    After a shoot out in the first half, the OU defense made the necessary stops to top Kansas State on the road. The Sooners gave up the fewest rushing yards to an opponent in over four years. OU did have a problem stopping Wildcat receiver Tyler Lockett. Lockett caught three first half touchdowns and a hauled in a school record, 278 receiving yards. Nate Feken has the story on OU’s second half defensive changes to secure the Sooners 41-31 win.

  • Sooners hold off Wildcats, Stoops tops the King

    MANHATTAN, Kan. – Oklahoma’s football team used a powerful running game, and a handful of big plays in the second half to beat Kansas State 41-31 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kansas, earning head coach Bob Stoops his 158th career win, breaking Barry Switzer’s OU school record. The Sooners marched to a touchdown on their opening drive, going 64 yards in eight plays, with Trevor Knight throwing a 12-yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard on third down and goal. OU was […]

  • Gearing Up For Game Day: Sooners try to keep streak alive against K-State

    NORMAN, Okla. –  Following a 48-10 win over Iowa State last weekend, the Sooners are now preparing for a tough test against Kansas State. Against Iowa State, the Sooners’ running backs had a stellar game, accumulating 405 rushing yards and scoring four touchdowns. However, one of the team’s leading rushers will not take the field against Kansas State on Saturday. Damien Williams, who tallied 128 yards against the Cyclones, has been suspended for violating team policy. The other leading rusher, […]

  • Defense blames teen for his own death, not police captain

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Testimony begins in the trial of a Del City police captain accused of shooting an unarmed teen in the back. It involves a Del City police captain accused of shooting an unarmed teenager in the back. Two witnesses claim Captain Randy Harrison had an unusual fixation on the 18-year-old victim. Harrison is facing manslaughter charges after shooting and killing Dane Scott Jr. in March of 2012. The two had engaged in a brief car chase and struggle […]

  • Gearing up for game day: Cowboys hope to get back on track against KState

    STILLWATER, Okla. — After a disappointing loss against West Virginia last week, the Oklahoma State Cowboys hope to get back on track when they face Kansas State on Saturday. The Cowboys defense hopes to steal the show by creating turnovers while on the field. So far this season, the Pokes have forced seven turnovers. The defense will get their shot to add that number against KState’s quarterback Jake Waters. Waters has passed for 948 yards and four touchdowns. However, Waters […]

  • Local honor student missing in Ecuador

    Baños, Ecuador – Family members and rescuers are searching for a local valedictorian after he went missing in Ecuador while on a hiking trip with his family.   August Reiger recently graduated from the Classen School of Advanced Studies and was preparing for his freshman year at the University of Oklahoma. Reiger vanished on Sunday while hiking a mountain with family outside the city of Baños. Ecuadorian officials say it is rare but there is a possibility he could have […]