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Nate Feken is a sports photojournalist/reporter 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
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    OU Offense Gaining Depth, Keeping Knight Safe

    After three games and three wins, the University of Oklahoma football team is already finding benefits from having depth on the offensive side of the ball. With the news that Keith Ford will likely be out several weeks with a broken bone in his leg, OU received a boost from true freshman running back Samaje Perine in the Tennessee game. Sterling Shepard has shined at receiver, but has been the lone consistent wide out through three games. However, over the last […]

  • Wilson’s Game Changing Play Seals Sooners Win

    With Tennessee inside OU’s five yard line and on the verge of cutting the Sooner’s 17 point lead to a ten point deficit, Julian Wilson intercepted a tipped Volunteer pass and returned it 100 plus yards for a touchdown. The play prevented the Volunteers from pulling with in one touchdown and pushed the Sooner’s lead to 24. Wilson nearly lost the game-changing play after dropping the football shortly after crossing the endzone, eventually referee’s reviewed a replay and ruled that the touchdown stood. […]

  • Daxx Garman Era Begins In Stillwater

    It had been five years since Daxx Garman played in a competitive football game, until he filled in for an injured J.W. Walsh in OSU’s win over Missouri State. Garman finished the Cowboy win passing 16 for 26, for 244 yards and two touchdowns. With our report that J.W. Walsh underwent surgery and will be out 6-8 weeks, Garman will finally get a chance to run an offense again in his redshirt junior year. Oklahoma State’s game Saturday, September 13, versus […]

  • Striding Sooners Head Into Tennessee Game Hot

    After taking down Tulsa 52-7 on Saturday, September 6, the University of Oklahoma’s football team has now won six straight games. The Sooners have taken off since their last loss, a 48-10 beat down at Baylor on November 7, 2013, with a comeback Bedlam victory, a Sugar Bowl stunner and have started the 2014 season 2-0. Bob Stoops enters Saturday night’s showdown with Tennessee Volunteers, who are currently in the receiving votes group in the top 25 polls, 20-1 in his last […]

  • VIDEO: High School Football Opening Night

    High school football officially kicked off across the metro on Thursday, September 4. KFOR’s sports team’s made it by four games to open our 2014 coverage. Watch the video above to see all the highlights. Here’s the final scores from our games: Washington 48 – Bridge Creek 15 Norman North 37 – Norman 13 Edmond Memorial 20 – Southmoore 0 Heritage Hall 27 – Casady 20 Weatherford 62 – Southeast 6

  • Hill, Ogbah Shine For Cowboys

    Tyreek Hill and Emmanuel Ogbah made the most of their first start for Oklahoma State’s football team. Hill was the Cowboys best weapon versus the defending national champions. The conference track champion split time between running back, wide receiver, punt returner and kick returner. Hill recorded the most all-purpose yards, 278, ever in a Cowboy debut. Emmanuel Ogbah disrupted the Seminoles backfield in his first OSU start. Ogbah finished with six tackles, two sacks and even batted down two Jameis Winston passes. […]

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    Update On Sooners In Limbo For 2014

    OU’s offseason following their Sugar Bowl win has been full of ups and downs. Several Sooners are currently attempting to gain eligibility for the 2014 season. Frank Shannon, OU’s leading returning tackler from 2013, is currently appealing a one year suspension from OU after being involved in a sexual misconduct case in February. Shannon has been practicing with the team, but was not listed on the Sooners depth chart before the Louisiana Tech game. OU head football coach Bob Stoops […]

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    Sooners Keeping Belldozer Around

    Bob Stoops said at his weekly media luncheon that OU still has the ‘Belldozer’ package around if they need to use it. Blake Bell picked up the nickname ‘The Belldozer’ after OU used him in short yardage situations to pick up first downs running the ball. At 6’6″ and 262 pounds, Bell used his big body to keep drives alive and became an OU fan favorite along the way. Bell played his first three years as a quarterback in Norman, […]

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    Sooners release depth chart, well-known players missing from football roster

    NORMAN, Okla. – Frank Shannon, a starting linebacker in 2013, was not listed as part of  OU’s depth chart, which was released prior to the Louisiana Tech game. In April, officials announced that Shannon was accused of sexually assaulting a female student at his Norman home this year. According to a published report, Shannon has not been arrested or charged for the alleged crime but the Norman Police Department says it is investigating. In 2013, Shannon was one of the […]

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    Stacey King Happy With Bulls Job, A Thunder Fan

    Chicago Bulls television analyst and former OU basketball great Stacey King says he’s happy with his current job with the Chicago Bulls. The Lawton native and former Sooner has had his name brought up for the Oklahoma City Thunder’s open television analyst job. “I don’t really concern myself with that,” King said. King has spent the last nine years working the Bulls’ broadcasts. The former Bulls’ center and three-time world champion says he lives in Chicago and is “pretty much entrenched there.” King […]

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    Sooners Pleased With Alumni Hoops Weekend

    The University of Oklahoma basketball program held its fourth annual alumni basketball game on Saturday, August 23. Players from eight different decades, dating back to the 1940’s, showed up and played in the festivities. OU recognized their 40 members of the 1,000 point club. Stacey King, Darryl “Choo” Kennedy, Gar Heard, Terry Stotts, John McCullough, Ebi Ere and Aaron McGhee were some of the top former Sooners on hand. Ere led the game in scoring for the second straight year and lead the […]