- Cimarron's Bode signs with Oklahoma Wesleyan
- NWOSU's Cumpston co-GAC pitcher of week
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Pacers hold off Thunder
The Indiana Pacers took a step closer of securing the No. 1 seed for the Eastern Conference playoffs by beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 102-97 Sunday.
Jets split with Western
NOC Enid's baseball team split a doubleheader with Western Sunday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, winning the first game 7-1 and losing the second 8-7.
OU still building off Sugar Bowl
A record crowd of 43,500 for Oklahoma’s spring football game is a sign of even higher expectations for the Sooners’ program.
The 45-31 shocker over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl has created momentum, which has carried over into both the winter and the spring.
That was seen in strength and conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt’s demanding off-season program.
Tight end back in OU offense
Taylor McNamara's two touchdown receptions in the Red-White game may be a sign Oklahoma will throw more to the tight ends this season.
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OU defense stumps starter-to-be Knight
Fans want to see offense in spring games, and there were a lot of devotees at Oklahoma’s Red-White Game on Saturday. If 43,500 in attendance were hoping for a big day from quarterback Trevor Knight, they walked out of Owen Field disappointed.
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