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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
  • VIDEO: OSU Spring Game Highlights

    Oklahoma State wrapped up its spring football season on Saturday, April 18, with their orange-white spring game. Mike Gundy split his squad in half, with a handful of players playing on both teams. OSU sophomore quarterback Mason Rudolph led the white squad to a 31-13 win and finished the game 12-17 for 178 yards with a touchdown pass and an interception. Senior signal caller J.W. Walsh led the orange team and was 10-23 for 170 yards and two interceptions. Walsh ran the […]

  • OSU’s Walsh Sticking In Stillwater

    Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh enters his senior season after going through a variety of changes in his career. Walsh has played in 20 games over the last three seasons, making 10 starts and coming in for relief in several others. For the 2015 season, Walsh will back up Mason Rudolph at quarterback. The 2012 Big 12 offensive freshman of the year has thrown for 23 touchdowns while running for another 12. While some players may transfer seeking more playing time for […]

  • ESPN College Basketball’s Fran Fraschilla Talks Sooners, Cowboys

    ESPN college basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla attended Oklahoma City’s college basketball awards on Tuesday, April 14. Fraschilla analyzes many Big 12 basketball games for the major sports network and knows OU and OSU’s programs well. We caught up with Fraschilla to get his thoughts on the Sooners and Cowboys. OU’s Buddy Hield is considering a decision about whether to return for his senior year at OU or to enter the NBA draft. Fraschilla wasn’t sure of Hield’s intentions yet, but did […]

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    Thunder Keep Playoff Hopes Alive, Top Trailblazers

    The Oklahoma City Thunder led the entire game in a 101-90 victory over the Portland Trailblazers on Monday, April 13, and kept their hopes of making the NBA playoffs alive. After the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night, OKC now faces a win or go home scenario in their regular season finale at Minnesota on Wednesday, April 15. To grab the eighth and final playoff spot in the NBA’s western conference, the Thunder needs to beat the Timberwolves and […]

  • Sooners Run Red White Game, Quarterback Spot Still Open

    The University of Oklahoma football team went through their annual Red-White spring game on Saturday, April 11, and won’t have a starting quarterback officially named till the fall. Baker Mayfield, Trevor Knight, Cody Thomas and Justice Hansen are all competing for the starting signal caller role. Mayfield was 10/13 in the game, throwing for 176 yards a touchdown and two interceptions. The Texas Tech transfer is believed to be the leader of the quarterback derby according to people close to […]

  • Cowboy Spring Football Update, Gundy And Pickens Repair Relationship

    Oklahoma State’s football team practiced for the 12th time during the 2015 spring season on Friday, April 10. OSU alum and prominent booster, Boone Pickens stopped by the Pokes practice for a while. Pickens briefly addressed the team and caught up with Cowboy head coach Mike Gundy. The two have improved their relationship over the last four months after not speaking to one another for several years. OSU has several new faces around for spring ball this year. Gundy hired […]

  • Rare Late Season Off Day Reenergizes Thunder

    After a 25 point, demoralizing loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday, April 7, Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Scott Brooks called his team together on Wednesday at the Thunder practice facility and gave them the day off to regroup. The off day comes while OKC is in the midst of a battle against the New Orleans Pelicans for the eighth and last playoff spot in the NBA’s Western Conference. OKC is currently in their second longest losing streak […]

  • Southwestern Christian Gives Dave Bliss Second Chance At College Coaching

    Southwestern Christian University officially introduced Dave Bliss as the school’s new men’s basketball coach on Wednesday, April 8. SCU is Bliss’ first college head coaching job since being banned from coaching by the NCAA for a decade after resigning from Baylor amidst scandal in 2003. The 71-year-old won 525 games over a 28 year career coaching college basketball. Oklahomans will remember Bliss from his days leading OU from 1975-80. He becomes just the third head men’s basketball coach in the school’s […]

  • OU Spring Football Update: New Coaches, Quarterbacks And Mixon

    The University of Oklahoma continues to prepare for their 2015 football season as they grind through the spring season. Bob Stoops welcomes four new coaches to his staff for his 17th season as OU’s head football coach. Lincoln Riley is the Sooners new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Kerry Cooks will coach defensive backs, Dennis Simmons is in charge of outside wide receivers and Diron Reynolds takes over the defensive line. Riley will be in charge of managing the Sooners quarterback […]

  • Baylor Women’s Basketball Makes It Back To OKC

    The Baylor Lady Bears returned to Chesapeake Energy Arena this weekend with hopes of making Kim Mulkey’s fourth final four appearance. After experiencing flight delays due to severe weather on Wednesday, March 25, the Lady Bears eventually made it to Oklahoma. The Baylor women’s team looks to improve to 4-1 inside the Peake on Friday, March 27. Baylor’s only loss in the Peake came nearly two years ago, when their then top seeded team was upset by Louisville by a point. Kim Mulkey’s […]

  • OU Football Takes Field For First Time This Spring

    The University of Oklahoma football team took to the practice fields on Monday, March 23, for their first spring practice of 2015. In his 17th season as OU’s head coach Bob Stoops welcomes four new coaches for spring ball. Lincoln Riley is the Sooners new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Kerry Cooks will coach defensive backs, Dennis Simmons is in charge of outside wide receivers and Diron Reynolds takes over the defensive line. Several newcomers took to the practice field […]