Men’s soccer clinches NCAA berth with tournament win

In the semifinal game, Tulsa was matched up against the tournament’s top seed, SMU. In the regular season, the Golden Hurricane fell in a 1–0 game to the Mustangs. Geoffrey Dee put Tulsa on the board first, as he converted a penalty kick halfway through the first half. Then, as time was winding down in […]

Potential bowl games for Golden Hurricane

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team is only a win away from bowl eligibility. Should they become eligible, they could be going anywhere from Hawaii to Florida. Here’s a quick prediction of where they could end up. First of all, you may ask if Tulsa is even guaranteed a bowl in the first place. Well, […]

Goodbye Grantland, you will be missed

The word sportswriter has a developed a rather unfortunate negative connotation. It tends to be considered the lowest form of journalism, not requiring much research and covering what is generally known as a lowbrow topic. Sportswriters who are actually good at what they do, who can write insightful articles and not just clickbait paragraphs to […]

Basketball beats UCA

The Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team opened up their season on Saturday with a 98–81 win over the University of Central Arkansas Bears. This is their first season-opening win since Danny Manning’s first year with Tulsa in 2012. Tulsa had six players score double-digit points, led by senior James Woodard who had 23 points—including five […]

Mizzou and the social power of sports

You have undoubtedly heard much over the past week about the ongoing situation at the University of Missouri, which has seen racial-injustice motivated protests break out across campus. The president of the university, Timothy Wolfe, was forced to resign in the face of overwhelming criticism about his slow response to the rampant racism on camp… […]

Football falls to Bearcats

Both quarterbacks had a good game—Dane Evans and Cincinnati’s Gunner Kiel passed for over 350 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Additionally, Ramadi Warren and Mike Boone both combined for almost 280 yards rushing. The scoring began as Dane Evans passed to Connor Floyd for 18 yards and a 7–0 Tulsa lead. Cincinnati fired back […]

Bias in college football playoffs

Those teams (Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame) are definitely some of the best, but are not exactly locked in to be competing for the national championship in January. Analyst Joel Klatt said on Colin Cowherd’s radio show this week that these teams, all east of the Mississippi River, are the beneficiaries of an […]

Oklahoma’s mother finds state’s failing report card

Oklahoma spends a lot of money and time on incarceration and road work, but one thing that could definitely use some of that attention is education. With last week’s Impact Tulsa report shedding light on Oklahoma’s failing educational system, the state is having a hard time ignoring the problem. “I just can’t believe they would […]

Haven II: Does it live up to the anticipation?

The latest addition to online entertainment came out in the last two weeks, and it’s one which many hope—and some already believe—will raise the standard not only for its genre, but the medium as a whole. This medium is online surveys, and the title? “Haven II.” Those familiar with the likes of classics such as […]

Golden Hurricane defeat Knights for fifth win

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team is now one win away from bowl eligibility, as they beat the winless UCF Knights, 45–30. Tulsa’s Ramadi Warren rushed for 163 yards and three touchdowns. The passing game was nearly shut down after the first quarter, in which Dane Evans passed to Connor Floyd for two touchdowns. Evans […]