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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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    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. […]

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    Geneo Grissom, OU’s Defensive Touchdown Maker

    Oklahoma linebacker Geneo Grissom has scored more touchdowns as a defensive player than many of OU’s offensive players. A former tight end, Grissom has found a home at outside linebacker, and has now scored three touchdowns on defense, including two in the last three OU games. Dylan Buckingham reports from Norman.  

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    New Thunder Player Ready for OKC, Teammates Glad He’s Here

    On Tuesday, Sept. 9, one of the new Thunder players spoke to the media for the first time since he was acquired in July. Anthony Morrow was at the Thunder Book Bus event at Positive Tomorrows on Tuesday, and he talked about how excited he is to be a part of the Thunder. Reggie Jackson was there as well, and he’s just as excited about what Morrow can do to help the team. Morrow is a seven-year NBA veteran, and […]

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    Stoops and Sooners Not Taking Tennessee Lightly

    4th-ranked Oklahoma hosts Tennessee this Saturday at 7:00, and while it’s a nationally televised game, it’s not a matchup of ranked teams. The Volunteers are unranked, and have struggled in recent seasons while going through several coaches. OU is a three touchdown favorite, but Tennessee’s pedigree and talent have the Sooners’ attention.    

  • Reggie Jackson Talks Contract Extension

    Oklahoma City Thunder guard  Reggie Jackson is ready for the upcoming NBA season to start, and he’s hoping it starts with a new contract. Jackson spoke Tuesday about wanting to get his contract extension signed and finished before the season gets started, and not have that on his mind during the season. He expressed the desire to stay in OKC with the Thunder, but will do what he feels his best for him in the end. He says his representation […]

  • Sooners Pleased With First Two Games As They Get Ready For Tennessee

      Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops and his starting quarterback Trevor Knight are pleased with the way Oklahoma has played in their first two games, wins over Louisiana Tech and Tulsa, as they get ready for a showdown with Tennessee on Saturday at 7:00 in Norman. OU started quickly in both games, jumping to a big early lead and then cruising to easy wins. The Sooners have also been balanced, with the running and passing game equally potent. Tennessee is […]

  • Gundy Says Decision On Walsh Will Come Tuesday

    Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy said Monday the team is going to keep quarterback J.W. Walsh in a walking boot until Tuesday afternoon, then make a decision on his status for OSU’s home game with Texas-San Antonio on Saturday. Walsh injured his right foot in last Saturday’s win over Missouri State, returning to the sidelines in the first quarter on crutches.  Daxx Garman played the rest of the game at quarterback for the Cowboys, leading them to a 40-23 win over the […]

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    Sooners To Face Mountaineers in Prime Time on Sept. 20

    The Big 12 Conference announced Monday kickoff times for games on Sept. 20. Oklahoma will play at West Virginia that day and will kickoff at 6:30 in a game televised nationally by Fox. OU beat the Mountaineers 50-49 in their last meeting in Morgantown in 2012, and won 16-7 last year in Norman.  

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    Okies in the NFL, Week 1

    Several Oklahoma related players made an impact during the first Sunday of regular season play in the NFL. In Arlington, San Francisco beat Dallas 28-17.   Former OSU defensive back Perrish Cox had one of three interceptions for the 49ers. For Dallas, former Sooner DeMarco Murray rushed for 118 yards on 22 carries and scored on a 2-yard touchdown run. Former OSU wide receiver Dez Bryant had four catches for 55 yards. Minnesota whipped St. Louis 34-6 on Sunday, with former Sooner Adrian Peterson […]