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Brian Brinkley is Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4's weekend sports anchor/reporter. Prior to his current position, Brian was a production assistant and intern at NewsChannel 4. He has also worked at WWLS radio and KGOU as a sports director/reporter.

Brian has received statewide attention for his reporting and anchoring. He has been honored with two awards from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters for small market sports reporting and sportscasting.

A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Brian received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with a double major in Philosophy.

Brian lives in Edmond with his wife and daughter.

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    Sooners Prepare For Hostility in West Virginia

    Oklahoma has yet to play a game outside the state this season, but that all changes this Saturday when they open Big 12 play at West Virginia at 6:30. OU won a 50-49 slugfest in Morgantown two years ago, and they’re expecting a rowdy crowd that will have a few choice words for the Sooners during the game. Nate Feken reports from Norman.  

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    Another Accusation of Child Abuse Against Adrian Peterson

    On Monday, Sept. 15, KHOU-TV in Houston reported there is another allegation of child abuse against former OU running back and current Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson. The station reported last year Peterson struck a different son than the one in which he has been indicted on child abuse charges, and the then 4-year-old boy suffered a scar on his forehead. TMZ reported the injury was caused not by Peterson striking the child, but that the boy hit his head on […]

  • Stoops Addresses Joe Mixon Attending Pep Rally

      On Monday, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops talked about suspended freshman running back Joe Mixon attending an OU pep rally last Thursday night. Mixon has been suspended for the season after he was alleged to have punched a female in the face during an incident at Campus Corner before the season started.  

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    OU Takes Care of Tennessee, West Virginia Next

    Oklahoma’s football team took care of business in a 34-10 win over Tennessee on Saturday night in Norman, and next up is another team from the eastern time zone. OU kicks off Big 12 play this Saturday when they visit West Virginia for a 6:30 kickoff. The last time OU played in Morgantown, they survived a 50-49 slugfest. The Sooners are hoping their defense is much better equipped to keep the score down this time around. Bob Barry, Jr. reports […]

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    Cowboys Quarterback Solid, Running Game Needs to Improve

    Oklahoma State has had two solid performances from Daxx Garman at quarterback, but it’s the running game that concerns the coaches the most. With J.W. Walsh out for several weeks or more with a foot injury, Garman made his first career start Saturday night in OSU’s 43-13 win over Texas-San Antonio, passing for 315 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Cowboys’ running game was not what the coaches want it to be, however. Dylan Buckingham reports from Stillwater.  

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    Okies in the NFL, Week 2

    Most of the action involving Oklahomans in the NFL occurred in the Dallas game at Tennessee. Three former college players from Oklahoma had big games in the Cowboys’ 26-10 win over the Titans. Former Sooner DeMarco Murray rushed a career high 29 times for 167 yards and a touchdown. Former OSU receiver Dez Bryant had 10 catches for 103 yards and a score, while former OSU kicker Dan Bailey may have had his best game in the pros, kicking four field goals, […]

  • Cowboys Defense Halts Roadrunners

    Oklahoma State’s defense kept Texas-San Antonio in check in Saturday night’s 43-13 win in Stillwater. The Cowboys only gave up one touchdown and scored a defensive touchdown for themselves to end the game on Ashton Lampkin’s 50-yard interception return as time expired. Dylan Buckingham reports from Stillwater.  

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    OU Drops in Coaches Poll, OSU Moves Into AP Poll

    Despite a win over Tennessee on Saturday night, Oklahoma’s football team dropped a spot in the coaches top 25 poll to fourth. Even though OU dropped a notch, they actually gained a first place vote from the coaches and now have four first place votes. The Sooners stayed fourth in the Associated Press poll. Oklahoma State is now ranked in the AP poll at 25th. The Cowboys are not ranked by the coaches, but are the equivalent of 28th. Florida State […]

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    Sooner Defense Leads the Way in 34-10 Win Over Tennessee

     Oklahoma’s defense was stubborn all night, and made several big plays as the Sooners cruised past Tennessee 34-10 on Saturday night at Owen Field in Norman. The Sooner defense forced 3 Volunteer turnovers, including two interceptions, one ended a Vol drive with a touchback, and the other was a 100-yard return for a touchdown by Julian Wilson. After holding the visitors from Knoxville to minus-3 yards the first time Tennessee had the ball, OU moved to the Tennessee 12 yard […]

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    OSU Slows Roadrunners in 43-13 Win

    Oklahoma State took the lead in the first quarter and comfortably took care of Texas-San Antonio, coached by former OSU offensive coordinator Larry Coker, in a 43-13 win on Saturday night at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater. UTSA marched to a field goal on their second drive, scoring first on a Sean Ianno 24-yard field goal to make it 3-0. The Cowboys answered on the enusing possession with a touchdown. OSU failed on a 3rd and 25, but the Roadrunners were called for a […]

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    Friday Night Heroes, Week 2

    Week 1 of high school football in Oklahoma features mostly rivalry games, but there are a few that are played in Week 2 as well. As usual, the two most dominant teams in the state, Jenks and Union, renewed their rivalry in Week 2. Midwest City and Carl Albert faced off, plus Southmoore and Westmoore, and the “battle of the bishops”, Bishop Kelley vs. Bishop McGuinness. Bob Barry, Jr., Dylan Buckingham, Nate Feken, and Brian Brinkley report on the action. […]