June 25, 2015
The GAC Weekly!

GAC Weekly – June 25, 2015

We close down the 2014-2015 athletic year with a series of GAC Weekly podcasts, speaking with the coaches who led their teams to conference championships. Today’s guest: Arkansas […]
June 24, 2015
The GAC Weekly!

GAC Weekly – June 24, 2015

We close down the 2014-2015 athletic year with a series of GAC Weekly podcasts, speaking with the coaches who led their teams to conference championships. Today’s guest: Arkansas […]
June 23, 2015
The GAC Weekly!

GAC Weekly – June 23, 2015

We close down the 2014-2015 athletic year with a series of GAC Weekly podcasts, speaking with the coaches who led their teams to conference championships. Today’s guest: […]
June 22, 2015
The GAC Weekly!

GAC Weekly – June 22, 2015

We close down the 2014-2015 athletic year with a series of GAC Weekly podcasts, speaking with the coaches who led their teams to conference championships. Today’s guest: […]
June 21, 2015

Like father, like son

Joseph Wendyl McWilliams II.  That’s me. That’s the long version of me anyway, I’m usually just Joey. But I am named for my father: Joseph Wendyl […]
June 16, 2015

Oklahoma Sports – County by County: Carter

CARTER COUNTY County seat: Ardmore Population: 48,000 High schools (8): Ardmore Tigers, Dickson Comets, Fox Foxes, Healdton Bulldogs, Lone Grove Longhorns, Plainview Indians, Springer Cardinals, Wilson Eagles Universities: […]
June 16, 2015

Oklahoma college football’s best-kept secret

Quick. Name the running back that has the most rushing yards in college football in the state during the past two seasons. If it took you […]
June 13, 2015

Oklahoma Sports – County by County: Canadian

CANADIAN COUNTY County seat: El Reno Population: 115,000 High schools (7): Calumet Chieftains, El Reno Indians, Mustang Broncos, Piedmont Wildcats, Southwest Covenant Patriots, Union City Tigers, Yukon Millers […]
June 12, 2015

Oklahoma Sports – County by County: Caddo

CADDO COUNTY County seat: Anadarko Population: 30,000 High schools (11): Anadarko Warriors, Apache Warriors, Binger-Oney Bobcats, Carnegie Wildcats, Cement Bulldogs, Cyril Pirates, Fort Cobb-Broxton Mustangs, Gracemont Lions, Hinton […]