With the NBA season approaching, the Collegian put the two keenest sports minds on the planet on the case. Forget the bigwigs over at ESPN, these are the only predictions that matter.
New York Sprained Ankles How does that sound for a team name? Maybe it doesn’t roll off the tongue as well as “New York Giants” but it would probably be more apt following their loss last Sunday to the Los Angeles Chargers. Falling to 0-5 is bad enough but in the process, the Giants lost […]
After a hectic offseason that saw the Thunder trade for Carmelo Anthony and Paul George, Oklahoma City will join the ranks of the NBA’s elite.
Everyone has a right to peacefully protest the way they see fit, but kneeling during the national anthem to spite one man could end up having a needlessly divisive effect.
Loser Sooner And that is why I had no problem with Baker Mayfield sticking OU’s flag in the middle of Ohio State’s field. On Saturday, after Iowa State’s stunning upset of undefeated, number three ranked Oklahoma, they rammed their own flag into the Sooners’ grass at midfield with the ferocity of a Rob Gronkowski touchdown […]
Aaron Hernandez is a Bad Dude We learned some disturbing new information about Aaron Hernandez this week. The former New England Patriots tight end who hanged himself earlier this year while serving a lifetime prison sentence for murder in the first degree, had been diagnosed by the Boston University’s CTE center with stage 3 chronic […]
Trump consistently changes his position on political issues, and his new stance on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is no different.
Sunday Sept. 17, at approximately 10:40 p.m., a Chevrolet Colorado carrying five teenage Northeastern State University students clipped a guardrail on the side of Welling Road in Tahlequah, before overcorrecting and driving through a railing on the left side of the road. The truck went off a bridge, plummeting 35 feet, and was fully submerged […]
GIFs and emojis may feature black people, but they are not the offensive caricatures of minstrel shows and treating them as such is divisive rhetoric.
Still licking their wounds from past battles, Joe Edmonds and Justin Guglielmetti face off in their first kerfuffle of 2017-18.