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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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    OSU Kickoff Time For October 25

    The Big 12 conference announced kickoff times for games on Saturday, October 25. Oklahoma State will host West Virginia at 2:30 that day in a game televised by ABC in the state of Oklahoma. Oklahoma’s football team has that weekend off.  

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    VIDEO: Thunder React to Kevin Durant’s Injury

    The Oklahoma City Thunder begin life without their star Kevin Durant for likely the next couple of months, and on Monday we heard from the Thunder  head coach and another OKC star about what Durant’s injury means to the team. Thunder head coach Scott Brooks says the team will move forward and continually work each day to be the best team they can be, and hopefully be a better team by the time Durant returns from the fractured right foot which […]

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    Cowboys Survive Upset Bid by Jayhawks

    Oklahoma State’s football team has won five in a row, but they barely got there after escaping an upset bid by struggling Kansas on Saturday in Lawrence. The Cowboys prevailed 27-20, thanks to a kickoff return for a touchdown by Tyreek Hill. That special teams play reversed the momentum after KU had rallied from a 20-7 deficit to tie the game. OSU head coach Mike Gundy wasn’t happy with how his team played or how quarterback Daxx Garman played specifically.    

  • Sooners Not Satisfied, But They’ll Take Win Over Texas

    Oklahoma’s football team was outgained by 250 total yards and were outplayed in most other statistical categories as well, but somehow defeated Texas 31-26 on Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. A 91-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Alex Ross and a 43-yard interception return for a score by Zack Sanchez were the big plays that made the difference in OU’s fourth win in the last five games against the Longhorns. With TCU losing to Baylor on Saturday, Oklahoma’s […]

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    Okies in the NFL, Week 6

    It was another big week for several Oklahomans on the Dallas Cowboys. Former Sooner DeMarco Murray had his sixth straight 100-yard rushing game, joining Jim Brown as the only players to do that to start the season. Murray had 29 carries for 115 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the Cowboys 30-23 win at Seattle. Three former OSU players contributed as well. Joseph Randle had 5 carries for 52 yards, including a 38-yard run that set up the first Cowboys […]

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    Sooners Slip In One Poll, Cowboys Up In Both

    Oklahoma’s football team remained 11th in the latest Associated Press poll out on Sunday, while dropping two spots to 11th in the coaches poll. Oklahoma State is up in both polls, going up a spot in the AP poll to 15th, while moving up three in the coaches poll to 15th. Mississippi State is the new number one team in both polls, surpassing Florida State. OU hosts Kansas State at 11:00 am this Saturday, while OSU visits TCU at 3:00.  

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    Cowboys Escape Lawrence With 27-20 Win Over Kansas

    Oklahoma State saw Kansas tie the game in the fourth quarter before their most exciting player made the difference-making play in a 27-20 win in Lawrence, Kansas, on Saturday. The Cowboys’ first possession appeared to end in an interception by Kansas’ Matthew Boateng, but the call was overturned on replay review. OSU’s second possession featured a 24-yard pass from Daxx Garman to David Glidden, which set up a 43-yard field goal by Ben Grogan to go up 3-0. Kansas answered by going 75 […]

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    Sooners Survive Longhorn Scare, 31-26

    Oklahoma’s offense was inept for most of the game, and the Sooner defense gave up unexpected yards and points to Texas, but the Sooners survived an upset bid to beat the Longhorns 31-26 in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday. OU had just 29 yards of total offense to Texas’ 278 in the first half,  but Longhorn mistakes, plus Sooner touchdowns on special teams and defense have been the difference. The Longhorns outgained Oklahoma 482-232 in total offense, but Texas had 11 penalties to just […]

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    Thunder Down Dallas, Reggie Jackson Hurt

    The Oklahoma City Thunder came from behind to beat the Dallas Mavericks 118-109 in a  preseason game Friday night in Dallas. Anthony Morrow led all scorers with 21 points, hitting four three-pointers, while Steven Adams added 19 points, as did Jeremy Lamb, who also had 11 rebounds. In limited  minutes, Russell Westbrook scored 13 points and Kevin Durant 12. Reggie Jackson had 13 as well, but had to leave the game early in the third quarter when he fell hard […]

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    OSU Focusing on Improving, Not KU Struggling

    Oklahoma State’s football team plays its first true road game of the season Saturday at 3:00 in Lawrence against a struggling Jayhawks team. KU has already fired head coach Charlie Weis and are being coached by interim head coach Clint Bowen. OSU is looking for their fifth straight win after a season opening loss to #1 Florida State. Dylan Buckingham reports from Lawrence, Kansas.  

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    Friday Night Heroes, Week 6

    It was a rainy and chilly Week 6 for the Friday Night Heroes in Oklahoma high school football. Many of the games played in the Oklahoma City metro area were delayed due to lightning and didn’t finish until much later than normal. Brian Brinkley has  highlights of two Class 6A matchups.