Action shots from the Tulsa’s win against SMU.

TU breaks losing streak against SMU

Sports journalist James Taylor discusses the Tulsa women’s basketball team’s much-needed triumph over Southern Methodist University last Wednesday. Sounds of joy and elation echoed in the tunnel at the Reynolds Center as the Tulsa women’s basketball team headed back to the locker room after snapping a five-game losing streak against SMU. Tulsa relied heavily on […]

Sterling Taplin drives past a Temple defender courtesy Tulsa Hurricane

Golden Hurricane washes Temple away

Basketball journalist Hannah Robbins covers the men’s basketball team’s win against Temple where the group came together after an up-and-down few weeks. Tulsa rebounded from their loss against Wichita State to beat the Temple Owls after a strong second half. Five Tulsa players scored in double digits with Sterling Taplin recording a game-high 14 points, […]

Chris Richards, Alphonsie Davies and Christian Pulisic square up. graphic by Conner Maggio

North Americans make waves in European football

Soccer experts Chris Lierly and Andrew Noland deliver a comprehensive analysis of the North American rising stars in the beautiful game. The United States is historically disinterested in the world’s most popular sport, but recently, some major American players (and one Canadian) have made major moves to Europe’s biggest clubs. Though we are trying not […]

Tuktamysheva lands a triple axel. courtesy Orange County Register

Triple axel new ladies’ figure skating staple

Figure skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the jump that everyone is talking about in ladies’ figure skating: the triple axel. This season is the first since the 2018 Winter Olympics, and with a four-year cycle comes new programs and skills. For the ladies, it was the triple-triple combination jump last cycle. This time, they continue […]

With Brennen Gray as the Feature Creature Brow-Beaten I’m not usually one of those guys who throws up his hands and dramatically proclaims that he’s DONE with his favorite sport because of some displeasing development. But Anthony Davis is testing me. Once one of my favorite non-Celtics, his shameless attempt to force the Pelicans to […]

photos by James Taylor

Tulsa starts strong, falls to Temple

Basketball journalist Hannah Robbins discusses the Golden Hurricane’s struggle to break their three-game losing streak as they failed to capitalize on an early lead. The Golden Hurricane’s hope of breaking their three-game losing streak were dashed on Tuesday evening. After a strong start where Tulsa matched and even led against the Temple Owls, Tulsa faltered […]

Medvedeva executes her routine. courtesy Cribeo

Figure skating scoring biased

Skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the subjective nature of the Program Components Score in figure skating and how judges have changed the results with personal preferences. During the 2018 Winter Olympics Ladies Free Program, something happened that I had never seen before in figure skating. Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova tied for first place in […]

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NFL considers reforms after blown call

Professional football expert Lindsey Prather discusses the consequences and possible rule changes to follow the egregious missed penalty in the NFC Championship. The NFL is currently dealing with yet another controversy regarding its officiating. The NFC championship had another miracle end their season in the playoffs. Only this time it wasn’t a miraculous play from […]

Mbappé (left), Kane (middle) and Messi (right) will be competing for the Champions League trophy. graphic by Conner Maggio

Champions League predictions

Soccer experts Andrew Noland and Chris Lierly give their takes on which teams will prevail in the next round of the knockout stage. Matchday: 2/12 A.S. Roma vs. FC Porto Chris’s Pick: Porto 4-1 Andrew’s Pick: Porto 5-2 Andrew’s Take: FC Porto under Sérgio Conceição have dominated the Primeira Liga by continuing the magic Portuguese […]

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TU beats Memphis, loses to WSU

Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti covers the men’s Golden Hurricane basketball team both home and away. Having lost three in a row and five of their last six, the Golden Hurricane men’s basketball team welcomed the Memphis Tigers into town on Wednesday hoping to get their season back on track. It was a pitched battle that felt […]