Women’s basketball snaps losing streak

After blowing a big lead over SMU, the Golden Hurricane finally earned a win with an upset at home over Houston. The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team completed their two-game road trip with a visit to SMU in Dallas on Wednesday night. Early on, the game looked good for Tulsa. The offense was rolling in […]

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 […]

The Bleacher Creature

LeBron’s last stand Just when it looked like the Eastern Conference might finally be freed from its seven-year subjugation under the LeBron James dictatorship, the Cleveland Cavaliers made a series of monumental roster moves at the trade deadline to reestablish themselves as favorites to make the finals. In the span of 12 hours they changed […]

The Bleacher Creature

So long Lob City Has anybody checked on Clippers fans lately? Do we know if they’re doing all right? Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if they just ceased to exist altogether, either from jumping ship to the Lakers, quitting basketball altogether or spontaneously combusting from all the rage of decades of pent-up misery. Last week, […]

Tips for an effective workout

Whether you’re a novice or an expert, looking for maximum gains or maximum power, these small details can lead to big results! This article is not aspiring to be your new Holy Bible of lifting, but what it lacks in divine inspiration, it will make up for in research-backed, result-based descriptions of minute changes you […]

Freshman Rebecca Lescay drives along the baseline. Photo by Dalton Stewart

Hurricane not strong enough to pierce Knights’ armor

Shug Dickson put on a show and dropped 23 points, but without much help, TU’s slide continued against UCF. The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team could not break their losing streak this week, dropping a pair of conference matchups. Their first game was on Sunday afternoon in New Orleans against Tulane. The game started very […]

HOF voters get it wrong again

Four players gained entry, but two of the best ever once again fell short, while another deserving candidate fell off the ballot entirely. Another year, another criminal exclusion from the Hall of Fame for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. Last week, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America released the official election results for the class […]

The Bleacher Creature

If it ain’t broke, fix it Not sure how crazy I am about that mini headline, because the NBA All-Star Game most definitely needs to be fixed. But you know what nobody has ever said, ever? “Man, this thing would be so much better if the players were all mixed up instead of on teams […]