Enid Speedway is scheduled to open its season Saturday with a full night of racing planned at the track located at the Garfield County Fairgrounds.
OKLAHOMA CITY — On the day Nick Collison’s No. 4 was raised to the Chesapeake Energy Arena rafters, marking 14 selfless seasons with the franchise that became the Oklahoma City Thunder, the sentence he uttered in which his voice first cracked was this:
Because basketball-reference.com exists, we can quickly diagnose the apparent contradiction between the professional numbers attached to Nick Collison’s name and the ceremony planned in his honor this evening.
Bill Bedenbaugh’s eyes got wide when he was asked about Michael Thompson, who recently switched from Oklahoma’s defensive to offensive line.
OKLAHOMA CITY — About 90 minutes before his team took the court to face Miami Monday night inside Chesapeake Energy Arena, Thunder coach Billy Donovan took all of Oklahoma City’s recent struggles and cast them positively.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Because Paul George made a corner 3 with about four minutes remaining that made them believe, Thunder fans did not depart early.
NORMAN — With Oklahoma beginning Big 12 play this week, Skip Johnson felt at ease knowing who will pitch for the Sooners on Sundays during league play.
Miles Reynolds bolted out of the metal fold-out chair he was sitting in as soon as Oklahoma's NCAA Tournament berth was confirmed Sunday.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Golden State’s Kevin Durant was inside Chesapeake Energy Arena Saturday night, yet not available to play, the result of a bum ankle, an injury suffered six days earlier against the Phoenix Suns.
With one of the biggest matches of the season coming up against No. 10-ranked Kansas, Oklahoma State senior Marina Guinart was feeling overwhelmed.
As she reflected on Brenna Dowell’s college career, Oklahoma women’s gymnastics coach K.J. Kindler wondered how the senior had gone from the team’s most bashful, quiet member to one of its best leaders.
It is the agitators who get things done. Or, at the very least, who shame and expose the stodgy folks who don’t want to get things done.
NORMAN — All Oklahoma baseball coach Skip Johnson wanted was for Kyler Murray to follow his heart, he said, whether that meant picking baseball or football.
NORMAN — Brylie Ware knows the swinging New Orleans jazz melody of “Bare Necessities” and waltz of “Chim Chim Cher-ee” well. A collection of Disney VHS tapes remains at his parents’ house.
KANSAS CITY — Another Oklahoma miracle shot was taken away in heartbreaking fashion vs. West Virginia in the Big 12 tournament Wednesday.
NORMAN — Baker Mayfield had the luxury of throwing to one of his favorite targets at Oklahoma’s 2018 pro day, with Mark Andrews participating in the workouts.
NORMAN — Three of the four industrial fans that hang from the Everest Indoor Training Center’s expansive ceiling were working. But aside from their hum, the hangar-like structure was largely silent.
It was an emotional weekend for the coach at Oklahoma State who has won more national championships than most of the athletic programs as a whole.
KANSAS CITY — Freshman starter Jamal Bieniemy will get his first taste of the Big 12 tournament, which won’t be held far from his uncle's place of work.
Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook will not be suspended, but has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for “directing profanity and threatening language to a fan” Monday night during the Thunder’s victory in Utah.
Longtime Oklahoma women's basketball assistants Pam DeCosta and Chad Thrailkill are leaving the program, OU coach Sherri Coale announced Tuesday.
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