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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.


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    Thunder Prep To Tangle With Griz

    The Oklahoma City Thunder face off with the Memphis Grizzlies for the third time out of four matchups during the 2015 season on Wednesday, February 11. The Grizzlies took the previous two games of the series this season. Memphis won each game by nine or fewer points With a win, the Thunder have a chance to go three games over .500 for the first time all year. Conversely, Memphis has won 14 of their last 16 games. The Grizzlies have won […]

  • Metro Area Football Stars Sign College Scholarships

    National signing day proved to be a busy day in the Oklahoma City metro. Dahu Green was offered by OU with in the last week leading up to signing day and ended up committing to the Sooners on Monday, February 2. Green was a stand out receiver at Westmoore and was committed to the University of Louisville and Washington State before signing with Oklahoma. Video of Green’s signing and a brief interview are in the video above. Former Norman North quarterback John […]

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    PC West’s Jolly Survives Scare, Excelling On Hardwood

    Sometimes in life dreams can be just that, there and gone in a flash. With just three year’s playing experience, Tyson Jolly’s basketball career sky rocketed as a Putnam City West High School junior. Less than three weeks after taking a hard fall during a game, Jolly won a tournament MVP despite a health scare. “I knew I was sick when I went to Miami then I started coughing up blood and I didn’t really know what it was,” Jolly […]

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    Cowboys Roll Red Raiders In Stillwater

    The Oklahoma State men’s basketball team blew out Texas Tech 63-43 on Wednesday night, January 21, it was OSU’s 12th straight win over Tech in Stillwater. OSU played some impressive defense after the break, the Red Raiders scored just 18 points in the second half. Le’Bryan Nash paced OSU with 16 points and was one of three Cowboys in double figures. Phil Forte added 15 points and Jeff Newberry scored 13 for Travis Ford’s squad. The Pokes travel to the Little […]

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    Thunder Beat Heat, Achieve First Winning Record Of Season

    The Oklahoma City Thunder battled to a 94-86 over the Heat in Miami on Tuesday, January 22, and finished the night with a winning record for the first time all season. The Thunder’s third straight win moves the team to 21-20 on the year and three games out of the western conference’s eighth and final playoff spot. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook led the way for OKC with 19 points each. Durant did have a tough night shooting from behind […]

  • PC West Wins Thriller, Jolly Clutch In Closing Seconds

    Putnam City West’s boys basketball team won a 65-63 thriller over Lawton Eisenhower on Friday, January 16. With the game tied at 63, PC West’s Tyson Jolly was fouled on a shot with just over a second left, hit both free throws then stole Lawton Ike’s inbound pass to run out the clock and win the game. Putnam West’s Tre Evans scored several buckets in the first half before leaving with an injury, the future Oklahoma State Cowboy did not play […]

  • VIDEO: Sooner Assistant Reflects On Coaching Career

    After 42 seasons of coaching football, OU assistant football coach Bobby Jack Wright announced his retirement on Tuesday, January 13. Wright was with Bob Stoops from the day he took over at OU, 16 football seasons ago. The Mission, Texas native coached defensive ends, defensive backs and special teams while at OU. Before joining the Sooners staff, Wright spent 12 years as an assistant at the University of Texas from 1986-97. It’s been rumored that Wright may take an administrative job with the […]

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    Waiters Makes Splash In Home Debut, Thunder Win

    OKLAHOMA CITY– With under 30 seconds remaining in the game and the Thunder up one, Dion Waiters knocked down a clinching three pointer to help the Thunder to a 99-94 win over the Utah Jazz on Friday. Waiters put up nearly as many shots as the other four Thunder players off the bench combined but hit the shot that counted. The former Cleveland Cavalier finished with 15 points. After struggling in OKC’s previous two games, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook […]

  • High School Hoops Tournaments Roll On, PC West Plays For Title

    The 2015 Putnam City Invitational will feature a home town team playing for the tournament’s title on Saturday, January 10. Putnam City West advanced to the championship game with a 83-49 blowout win over Tulsa Washington. On the other side of the bracket, after trailing by 11 at halftime Tulsa Union came back to beat the Oklahoma City Storm 52-49. PC West and Union tip at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday for the Putnam City Invitational title. High school basketball tournaments […]

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    Bob Stoops Shaking Up OU Football Coaching Staff

    Via multiple reports, OU co-offensive coordinator Jay Norvell will not return to coach on Bob Stoops’ staff. OU Insider.com reports that Mike Stoops met with Louisiana State head football coach Les Miles on Saturday, January 3, but was not offered any job on the staff. In a radio interview, Scott Roussel of Footballscoop.com, said he heard that if Mike Stoops would leave Oklahoma he would take current OU linebacker coach Tim Kish with him. Roussel also mentioned in the interview […]

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    Cowboys Crush Wildcats After Half, Win Conference Opener

    After trailing by two at half time, the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team outscored Kansas State 34-18 in the second half to pick up a 61-47 win in their Big 12 opener. The win gives OSU their first win in a conference opener since the 2011-12 season. Four Cowboy starters scored in double figures, led by Phil Forte’s 20 points. Forte hit three of OSU’s eight made three pointers in the game. The junior guard has made at least one […]