September 7, 2015

Monday Observations [Sept. 7, 2015]

It’s a Labor day edition of the M.O. Have a great day and keep it safe. • The opening weekend of athletics for Oklahoma Baptist couldn’t […]
September 7, 2015

Oklahoma college Players of the Week – Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2015

This week’s Players of the Week are Kat Evans, CU, and Reid Miller, NWOSU. Kat Evans, senior, Cameron Evans helped her team to an undefeated start […]
September 6, 2015

Five things to take away from college football this weekend

The first weekend of college football games for Oklahoma schools is in the books. Here are five things to take away from their openers. • McClendon […]
September 6, 2015

Southwestern falls just short in season opener at Southern Arkansas

From SWOSU Sports Info. Doug Self, Sports Information Director MAGNOLIA, Ark. – The SWOSU Football team stood toe-to-toe with Southern Arkansas on Saturday night, taking a 24-22 […]
September 5, 2015

No. 21 Harding clips Oklahoma Baptist in OT

From OBU Sports Info. Ray Fink, Director of Athletic Media Relations Shawnee – Oklahoma Baptist, in its NCAA football debut, stood toe-to-toe with No. 21 Harding […]
September 4, 2015

Fort Hays State stuns Central on last-second field goal

By Jordan Beech A pair of red zone giveaways, two missed points after and a blown 20-point lead was not what Central Oklahoma envisioned when it […]
September 4, 2015

OSN Poll – What Thursday night performance was most impressive

The college football season has finally arrived. And there were many games on Thursday night. What Thursday night performance was most impressive?
September 4, 2015

Arkansas Tech spoils Southern Nazarene opener

From SNU Sports Info. David Noblett, Sports Information Director BETHANY — Arkansas Tech totaled nearly 600 yards of total offense as it spoiled Southern Nazarene’s home and […]
September 4, 2015

Miscues costly in season-opening loss for Southeastern

From SE Sports Info. Matt Thomas, Sports Information Director DURANT – Southeastern outgained Henderson State 407-to-272 and forced four turnovers, but fell victim to missed opportunity […]