October 6, 2015

Oklahoma Sports Podcast: Episode 102 – Spencer Bond, Dwone Sanders

On the Podcast today, we get to visit with ECU senior safety/quarterback/punter/you-name-it, Spencer Bond, and Langston head football coach, Dwone Sanders. Oklahoma Sports Podcast Episode 102 […]
October 3, 2015

Top Five after Week Five

We are now five weeks into the college football season and some of this year’s players have already stepped up to make names for themselves. Here […]
October 1, 2015
The GAC Weekly!

GAC Weekly – Oct. 1, 2015

Updates on football, volleyball and cross-country around the GAC with comments from ATU coaches Raymond Monica and Kristy Bayer. GAC Weekly Oct. 1, 2015
September 30, 2015

Sandoval’s reasons for running have made her stronger

A family separated not only by distance, but by circumstances. Adapting to a new country and culture as a young child. Growing in one’s faith. Facing […]
September 29, 2015

Top 10 football performances for September 2015

Here is the first installment for 2015 of the monthly look at the top 10 college football performances. No. 10 – David Glidden, senior, Oklahoma State It […]
September 28, 2015

Oklahoma college Players of the Week – Sept. 21-27, 2015

This week’s Oklahoma college Players of the Week presented by First United are Anastasia Robinson, NSU, and Jarion Tudman, NWOSU. Anastasia Robinson, junior, Northeastern State (Hometown: […]
September 27, 2015

SWOSU picked off by Henderson State

From SWOSU Sports Info. Doug Self, Sports Information Director ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – After committing just one turnover in the first three games of the season and leading […]
September 27, 2015

Southeastern runs for record 421 yards in win

From SE Sports Info. Matt Thomas, Sports Information Director BETHANY – Southeastern set a school record with 421 yards on the ground en route to a […]
September 27, 2015

ECU pushes through for win at OBU

From ECU Sports Info. Teri LaJeunese, Sports Information Director SHAWNEE – In the first game against Oklahoma Baptist in over 75 years, the East Central University […]