February 6, 2014

OSB Podcast: Ep. 44, Signing Day ’14 Special – Part III

We continue with our coverage of Signing Day bringing you conversations with Langston’s Dwone Sanders, Southern Nazarene’s Mike Cochran and Northwestern’s Alan Hall. OSB Podcast Episode […]
February 5, 2014

OSB Podcast: Ep. 43, Signing Day ’14 Special – Part II

It’s time for the evening Signing Day special and we visit with Rob Robinson from Northeastern State, Dan Cocannouer from Southwestern, Chris Jensen from Oklahoma Baptist […]
December 26, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 6 – Thriller in Muskogee for the CSFL title

Fans of Langston and Bacone had circled Nov. 9 on the calendar as soon as the schedules were released. With what the two teams were setting […]
November 27, 2013

Langston places 11 on All-CSFL First Team; BC, OBU also well represented

The Central States Football League released its all-conference teams Wednesday and the Langston Lions filled 11 of the 30 spots listed. Lions’ linebacker John Hunter shared […]
November 27, 2013

Top 10 Football Performances in November

Let’s take one last look at the regular season for most schools – though I know there is still some Division I action to unfold.  Here […]
November 19, 2013
SOSU Savage Storm

Richards steps down after nine seasons at SOSU

Keith Baxter, Director of Athletics at Southeastern, announced Monday that head football coach Ray Richards has resigned. Richards had just completed his ninth season at the […]
November 18, 2013

Monday Observations

The final week of football for D-II and NAIA schools in Oklahoma is in the books. • The theme for Rivalry Week proved to be this […]
November 18, 2013

Evans out at Northeastern State

Northeastern State University Director of Athletics Tony Duckworth announced Sunday that Kenny Evans had been relieved of duties as head coach of the football team. Evans, […]
November 15, 2013

Rivalry Week: East Central at Southeastern

It’s been called the Best Small College Rivalry in Oklahoma. Among the reasons this might be the case, apart from the animosity felt on both sides […]