August 4, 2015
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OSN Football Preview 2015: Northwestern Rangers

NORTHWESTERN RANGERS Head coach: Matt Walter, first season 2014 record (3-7) The Northwestern football team has seen its share of struggles in recent years, but with […]
August 4, 2015
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UCO third in MIAA preseason media poll, fourth according to coaches

The Central Bronchos are coming off their best season in years and it was reflected in the preseason league polls.  UCO is third in the MIAA […]
July 31, 2015
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Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 8 – The perspective of time The journeys for the five schools from Oklahoma that left the Lone Star Conference in 2010 are all far […]
July 30, 2015
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OSN Poll – Which volleyball team will have the best record in 2015?

We’re sticking with volleyball for this week and so this weekend’s poll has to do with just that. Each of these teams had a solid season […]
July 30, 2015
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Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 7 – Ripple effect The second wave of schools in Oklahoma migrating from the NAIA to the NCAA is happening right now. But decisions to […]
July 29, 2015
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Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 6 – Meanwhile, back at the ranch The Oklahoma perspective of five schools leaving the Lone Star Conference in 2010 has given insight into moving […]
July 28, 2015
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East Central, Southeastern tied for fourth in GAC preseason poll

The Tigers and the Savage Storm always seem to be neck and neck in whatever they do. The release from the Great American Conference on Tuesday […]
July 28, 2015
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Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 5 – The “other” Oklahoma school Not every school from Oklahoma broke ties with the Lone Star Conference in the summer of 2010. Cameron might […]
July 27, 2015
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Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 4 – Two-year transition In the summer of 2010, five schools from Oklahoma made the decision to stop crossing the Red River for conference play. […]