December 27, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 5 – Marcus Smart’s decision to stay at OSU

Back in April, Marcus Smart, Le’Bryan Nash and Markel Brown held a joint press conference in the Student Union and each announced that he would be […]
December 26, 2013
Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles

Peterson proud of the Eagles and their memorable season in 2013

Oklahoma Wesleyan’s season came to a close in the quarterfinals of the NAIA national tournament, but the season is one that will be remembered for many […]
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 […]
December 24, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 7 – All four D-I schools dance in the Big Dance

In Oklahoma, we knew we had some really good basketball teams.  The rest of the country found that out in March. All four of Oklahoma’s Division […]
December 23, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 8 – SNU women’s basketball’s eighth national title

Southern Nazarene is winding down the transitional process from NAIA to NCAA Division II.  Along the way, the Crimson Storm has been in postseason exile. But […]
December 22, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 9 – Three unbelievable March days for Millwood

A team of destiny. That’s how Millwood head coach Varryl Franklin described his team in retrospect.  The Falcons took the 3A boys’ basketball state championship in […]
December 21, 2013

Cameron Aggies’ road trip takes them to the Last Frontier

Think it was cold where you are when you woke up in Oklahoma this morning? OK, yeah, it probably was pretty cold. All this weather is […]
December 21, 2013

OSB 2013: No. 10 – SWOSU women win in NCAA Tournament

Three Division II teams made the NCAA Tournament in 2013: the Cameron men, the Northeastern State men and the Southwestern women. Only SWOSU won a game […]
December 20, 2013

OSB honored as a Top College Athletics Blog

Alright, this one is personal. Oklahoma Sports Blog has earned its first award.  We hope it is the first of many, but let’s not get ahead […]