World’s best athletes gather in Pyeongchang

For the next two weeks, the world’s premier winter sports athletes will compete for gold and glory at the Olympic Games. Rejoice, sports fans: the XXIII Olympic Winter Games are finally here. U-S-A! U-S-A! The Olympics always carry an air of importance, but the Pyeongchang Games carry a special kind of weight. This marks the […]

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Sports staffers split on Super Bowl picks

We thought about going with the title: “Justin and Zane get it right, Thomas and Joe get it wrong,” but we have to at least keep up the appearance of impartiality. Justin: OK, so I’m only batting .500 on “Bleacher Creature” conference championship predictions made in January 21 issue of the Collegian, but who cares? […]

In the wake of Tyler Hilinski’s tragic death

In the wake of Tyler Hilinski’s tragic death, to anyone struggling with depression or feelings of suicide: you are not alone and help is out there. Tyler Hilinski was the Washington State backup quarterback who impressed coaches during his time as a redshirt sophomore. He came off the bench during the second week of the […]

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MLB end-of-season award winners

In a stunning decision, baseball commissioner Rob Manfred anounced that MLB award selection would be left up to the discretion of a pair of Oklahoma college sports writers. These are their picks. MVP: Aaron Judge – Go ahead, call me a homer! Judge’s massive slump to begin the second half, in which he struck out […]

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The Clairvoyant Collegian

Knowing that you get all your news from the Collegian, Justin Guglielmetti, Joe Edmonds, and Zane Cawthon have gathered around their crystal ball to predict the biggest news stories over the winter months. Duchene leads Senators into All-Star Weekend with NHL’s best record; Zane is the only person south of Canadian border who cares The […]

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Tigers tear Tulsa to tatters

Tulsa looked like a high school team on Friday night as it was once again blown out at home 41-14. In what has become a depressingly familiar pattern, the Golden Hurricane suffered from poor defensive effort, inconsistent play calling and an eye-widening 103 penalty yards on their way to a palindromic 41-14 loss against 23rd […]