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Nate Feken is a sports reporter/anchor for Oklahoma News Channel 4.

He is very excited to be working in Oklahoma City; the majority of his family is from Oklahoma and he considers this his “home” now.

Nate comes to Oklahoma City from Beckley, West Virginia, after spending five months working as WOAY-TV’s weekend sports anchor/reporter.

Nate graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism.

While at OU, Nate spent lots of time working for OUTV, the journalism school’s TV station.

He was a weekday sports anchor/reporter for OU Nightly and worked as a host/reporter for “OUr Sports Pad.”

During his time at OU he also interned and free-lanced for KFOR’s sports department.

Nate could not be happier to cover the Thunder, Cowboys, Sooners or any other sports teams and events around Oklahoma City.


Recent Articles
  • Cowboy Commit, Millwood Standout Chooses Colorado Over OSU

    Millwood football standout, and one time OSU football commit, Israel Antwine switched schools on signing day, and chose to sign with the University of Colorado. “After a lot of thinking, me and my dad talking, after choosing between a bunch of schools, I’m thankful for every school that has given me an offer, I’m choosing to take my talents to … the University of Colorado,” Antwine told friends, family and the media from the Millwood High School library. Antwine originally […]

  • OKC Energy Names Steve Cooke New Head Coach

    The Oklahoma City Energy named Steve Cooke as the team’s new head coach and technical director on Tuesday, December 19. Cooke’s the second coach in OKC Energy history. He coached for the Colorado Rapids, of Major League Soccer, at several levels of their organization. Hear from the new head coach in the video above.

  • Baker Mayfield Looks To Take Home Heisman Trophy

    If you’ve ever been outside Oklahoma Memorial Stadium you’ve likely seen the Sooners Heisman park. It appears they may want to set aside some space for a sixth statue, because it’s believed Baker Mayfield’s built up a big lead to take home the trophy. He only helped his cause after tying a Big 12 record after throwing four touchdown passes in the championship game to win a third straight title. “You have to enjoy it,” Baker Mayfield, OU senior quarterback, […]

  • Sooners Texas Two Stepping With TCU

    For the first time since 2010 there will be a Big 12 championship game this Saturday. After beating the Horned Frogs by 18 just three weeks ago OU tangles with TCU, but this time for a Big 12 title. Prior to that game their five previous games were all decided by a touchdown or less making for some challenging championship planning for Lincoln Riley and his Sooners. “We’ll have prepped for each team multiple weeks now, and I don’t think […]

  • Friday Night Heroes Playoffs Week Three

    Don’t miss our Friday Night Heroes highlights from week three of Oklahoma’s high school football playoffs. Here’s the scores of all the games we covered: Carl Albert 42 – Skiatook 12 Crescent 70 – Oklahoma Christian Academy 41 Bishop McGuinness 38 – Noble 10 Beggs 32- Oklahoma Christian School 26 Check out all the highlights in the video above.

  • Sooners Keeping Concentration On Kansas

    OU’s a win away Saturday from setting the Big 12 record for consecutive road wins, but Lawrence awaits where there may be more fans in crimson and cream than actually cheering for Kanas. Not exactly the same sellout record from Oklahoma Memorial Stadium just a few days ago. The Sooners say if the want to keep their Big 12 and national championship hopes alive they have to focus on everybody including the 1-9 Jayhawks. “We haven’t won the Big 12 […]

  • Rodney Anderson Stars In Sooners Win

    OU running back Rodney Anderson had a game that few backs in OU history have ever had. He became just the third Oklahoma player to gain 100 yards both rushing and receiving in the same game, he scored all four of his touchdowns in the first half alone, and he was so good he overshadowed the play of the Sooner quarterback, who appears to be the solid, leading contender to win the Heisman trophy. “He’s a man among boys,” Baker […]

  • Complimentary Performance Claims OU Win Over TCU

    A tremendous team win and a complete performance as a team, those are the words of Lincoln Riley after his Sooners toppled TCU for a big win that featured it all. A record breaking performance from Rodney Anderson, as for OU’s offense, the most points TCU had given up all year was 36, OU had that by halftime with 38 and the defense gave up just a single touchdown in the second half for a complete complimentary performance of football. […]

  • Former Sooner, Cowboy Return To Take On Thunder

    Former OU and OSU basketball stars Blake Griffin and Jawun Evans are back in Oklahoma with their Los Angeles Clippers to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday, November 10. Griffin was just on the campus of the University of Oklahoma to unveil to the school’s football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams that they will now wear his Jordan Brand on Thursday, November 9. Evans will draw the task of playing more minutes against reigning NBA MVP Russell […]

  • Roles Reversed As Cowboys Conquer Texas

    Mason Rudolph sang state’s alma mater on Saturday, tying Mike Gundy’s career quarterback win total. Only after OSU snapped its streak of scoring 20 or more points in 36 straight games. Good enough to once lead the country. “There was just a lack of execution, and getting the ball to our playmakers in key situations” Mason Rudolph, OSU senior quarterback, said.  “I don’t know how many catches James had, but obviously we got to get the ball to him more, […]

  • Pokes Play Best Defense In Mike Gundy Era

    Everything went sideways, but the defense, those were the words of Mike Gundy after his Pokes program set a national record by becoming the first school ever to win in Austin five straight times. The defense’s dominance was so good that it had Gundy reflecting long term. “I told the team in there that it was the best defensive play that I’ve seen in a long time,” Gundy said.  “I can’t remember however many years back now, but I was […]