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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 Hope To Rebound in the Red River Rivalry

    Oklahoma has lost their lofty national ranking after losing to TCU last Saturday, but now the Sooners have to regroup, because next up is Texas this Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. OU hasn’t lost back-to-back regular season games under Bob Stoops since his first season in 1999, and Oklahoma will be favored to beat the struggling Longhorns this year. They were last year in the Red River Rivalry and were upset, so focus and concentration won’t be a […]

  • Trevor Knight reacts to Katy Perry’s request

    Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight was put on the spot on Monday in Norman, but not about his play in the loss to TCU last Saturday. Knight was asked if he had called singer Katy Perry, after the pop star had picked OU to beat TCU on ESPN GameDay last Saturday, based solely on Knight’s looks. Perry told Knight to “call her,” and later in the segment said “I still love you Trevor Knight.” Knight already has a serious girlfriend, but he played along […]

  • Gundy Still Not Pleased With His Cowboys

    Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy’s team has won four in a row, but you wouldn’t know it from how Gundy talks about  his team. At his weekly news conference on Monday in Stillwater, Gundy talked about the areas in which OSU needs to improve. The Cowboys visit Kansas for a 3:00 kickoff this Saturday, in their first true road game of the season.  

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    Kickoff Times For OU and OSU on October 18

    On Monday October 6, the Big 12 conference announced kickoff times for games on October 18. Oklahoma will play at 11:00 am for the second straight weekend, as they host Kansas State in a game televised by ESPN. Oklahoma State will play at 3:00 for the second straight Saturday, as they visit TCU in a game televised by Fox Sports 1. OU faces Texas this Saturday at 11:00 am, while OSU plays at Kansas 3:00.    

  • Sooners Stunned by Loss to TCU

    Oklahoma had extra week to get ready for TCU, but the Sooners fell short against the Horned Frogs on Saturday in Fort Worth, losing 37-33 for their first loss in nine games. The defense had trouble getting pressure on TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin, and the Sooner offense sputtered, especially in the passing game, where OU quarterback Trevor Knight was just 14 for 35 passing. Now the Sooners must regroup for what’s next, a trip to Dallas to play Texas in the […]

  • An Unlikely Cowboy Sparked OSU To Win

    Oklahoma State’s football team was sluggish and locked in a 6-6 tie with Iowa State late in the first half last Saturday. That’s when a big play was made by a relatively unknown Cowboy that helped spark OSU on their way to a 37-20 win. Senior defensive back Elliott Jeffcoat recovered a kickoff that bounced between two Cyclone returners, setting OSU up for a late first half touchdown. Jeffcoat was originally a walk-on from South Carolina who just recently earned a scholarship, and his path […]

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    Okies in the NFL, Week 5

    Three Oklahoma-related players had big games once again for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Former Sooner DeMarco Murray had his fifth straight 100-yard rushing game, running for 136 yards on 31 carries, plus catching 6 passes for 56 yards in the Cowboys’ 20-17 overtime win at home over Houston. Former OSU receiver Dez Bryant had nine catches for 85 yards, and former Cowboy kicker Dan Bailey won the game with a 49-yard field goal in overtime. Bailey also had a 33-yard […]

  • Cowboys Not Satisfied, But They’ll Take The Win Over Iowa State

    Oklahoma State’s football team was sluggish for a half, and never really played their best, but still got the victory in a 37-20 win over Iowa State on Saturday in Stillwater. A fumble recovery on a botched kickoff return by the Cyclones late in the first half sparked the Cowboys and they were on their way to a fourth straight win. Dylan Buckingham reports from Stillwater.  

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    Sooners Fall, Cowboys Rise in Rankings

    Oklahoma’s loss to TCU on Saturday showed up in the rankings on Sunday, with OU dropping significantly in both major polls, while Oklahoma State continues to rise after their fourth straight win. Oklahoma fell seven spots in the Associated Press poll to #11, while in the coaches poll OU dropped six spots to #9. Oklahoma State is up five spots in both polls, to #16 in the AP poll and 18th in the coaches poll. Upset losses by Oregon, Alabama, Texas […]

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    TCU Upsets Sooners 37-33 for First Win Over OU at Home

    Oklahoma fell behind 14-0, but rallied to tie TCU three times, until the Horned Frogs made more plays in the fourth quarter to score their first win ever over OU at home with a 37-33 upset at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday. TCU got the ball to start the game and marched 75 yards on 12 plays to a touchdown. On 3rd and goal from the one, Trevone Boykin fumbled as he was about to score, […]

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    Cowboys Pull Away to Beat Cyclones 37-20

    Oklahoma State controlled the game in the second half to break up a tight game and beat Iowa State 37-20 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater Saturday. Both offenses were sluggish in the opening period. Iowa State forced the only turnover, with Sam Richardson intercepting Daxx Garman and returning it 17 yards to the OSU 46. The Cyclones were driving as the quarter ended, and had the ball on the  Cowboys’ 13-yard-line. The OSU defense came up big to halt the Iowa […]