Top 10 worst sports moments 2019

On the other side of things, sports writer Zach Short also covers the 10 worst happenings of the last calendar year, from the NCAA to European Soccer. 10. Competition dies in MLB (four 100-win teams, four 100-loss teams) To clarify, this is not in reference to the Houston Astros cheating scandal. The death of competition […]

New sports to watch in 2020

With 2019 good and gone, seasoned sports journalist Hannah Robbins suggests some new sports to add for your viewing pleasure in the lead up to the 2020 Olympics. As the new year begins, everyone makes New Year’s resolutions, but one thing seems to stay the same: their sports habits. However, while a small number of […]

Devante Parker, Za’Darius Smith, Fred Warner, Jordan Hicks and others were snubbed. graphic by Brennen Gray

Pro Bowl system unfair, misleading

Student writer Brett Tyndall maligns the fan-based voting method in the NFL’s All Star game, highlights snubbed players and gives his picks for who should have made the cut. Since Pro Bowl rosters were released last week, the age-old argument of the Pro Bowl’s legitimacy comes into question once again. With the most recent group […]

The Golden Hurricane accepts their prize for winning the Mayor’s cup. photo by James Taylor

TU tops ORU, wins Mayor’s Cup

Basketball journalist Zach Short covers Tulsa’s victory, where outplaying the Eagles yielded the Golden Hurricane the honor of being city champions. It is still too early to say whether or not the Tulsa Men’s basketball crew will be a dominant power this season. What can be said, however, is that they played with an unmatched […]

Deadspin media dead after censorship

Sports journalist Hannah Robbins discusses the final days of Deadspin and the new management that led to the staff’s mass exodus After 14 years, Deadspin, a sports media website that also focused on commentary, is dead. Every single reporter and writer for the company quit, one after another, culminating with Dave McKenna, the last writer, […]

Antonio Brown, shortly after donning his religious attire, projects holographic Babe Ruth. graphic by Emma Palmer

Crystal Ball: winter sports edition

The Collegian Sports staff collaborates to write everyone’s favorite sports-satire, this edition features a religous Antonio Brown, Simone Biles being immortalized in gymnastics and Boris Johnson bringing evil to Liverpool. Antonio Brown Joins Religious Order Former NFL Star Athlete Antonio Brown has decided to join a religious order in Sierra Leone, sources close to Brown’s […]

Gaulden shoots a jumper. photo by James Taylor

Tulsa starts strong against OSU, fizzles

Basketball journalist Brayden McCoy discusses the Golden Hurricane’s 78-48 loss to the Cowgirls despite a strong first half. The Golden Hurricane had its momentum stolen Wednesday night by the Oklahoma State University Cowgirls with a final score of 78-48. Tulsa started strong in the first half, pushing forward with fierce energy that produced to a […]

Alexandra Trusova has enjoyed success but also suffered injuries. courtesy Wikimedia Common

Quads give skaters wins, injuries

Figure skating expert Hannah Robbins discusses the benefits and risks of quadruple jumps in figure skating as three teenage Russian stars attempt to compete with multiple injuries in the Grand Prix. As the senior figure skating season is ramping up, it is quickly becoming apparent who is going to be on top for the season: […]