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Golden Hurricane scares Longhorns

Football giant Texas defeats Tulsa by a surprisingly narrow margin. The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team traveled to Austin this past Saturday to take on the Texas Longhorns in their second game of the season. The game started auspiciously with a Tulsa interception on the first play from scrimmage, setting Texas up with great field […]

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Tulsa Volleyball: the reign before the storm

Tulsa hosts invitational volleyball tournament and goes undefeated. Last weekend, Tulsa hosted the Tulsa Volleyball Invitational, the third out of four tournaments before conference play commences. Tulsa won all three matches against its opponents: Abilene Christian University, Northwestern State and in town rival Oral Roberts University (ORU). Friday’s match was against Abilene. After dropping the […]

Only one star in City of Lights

Student writer Andrew Noland predicts how star Mbappe will bring about the end of the Neymar era in Paris. A dark cloud looms over Parc des Princes. On the pitch, nothing could be simpler: Mbappe and Neymar are dominating in tandem as they lead the Parisians in their quest to defend their Ligue 1 title. […]

London’s calling for Sarri-Ball

Student writer Chris Lierly discusses Chelsea, Coach Sarri and their relationship to the Premier League. The Summer of 2018 gave us a litany of captivating storylines before, during and after the World Cup. The Sarri-Chelsea saga, however, begins during the 2017-18 Premier League season. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte had a strenuous relationship with the club’s […]

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Hurricane storms invitational

Tulsa cross country pulls off strong performance at the Hurricane Invitational. Heading into the season with a healthy team and coming off a great offseason, the Tulsa Cross Country teams prepared their course for the Hurricane Invitational. On Saturday, Sept. 1, the Hurricane runners arrived at Mohawk Soccer Complex to run an 8K and a […]

College football playoff predictions

Student writer Andrew Noland gives a comprehensive look into this year’s playoffs. Another season, another flawed method of picking our college football champion. Rather than delve into a rant on that (give me a couple of weeks), I’ll instead devote these lines to picking the top four teams that will contend for the championship in […]

How to be a freshman loser

Student writer, fitness expert and TU football player Thomas von Borstel shares his boundless fitness wisdom. It must seem really creative to adapt the title of “The Biggest Loser” TV show and apply it to my college newspaper headline. If you think that’s creative, get this: I could also tell you how to lose weight […]

Ronaldo eats Mbappe's energy as Greivious struts around. graphic by Conner Maggio

Professional sports crystal ball, September edition

Student writers Andrew Noland and Chris Lierly, Sports Editor Brennen Gray and Editor-in-Chief Justin Guglielmetti give their predictions for the coming months in professional sports. NHL Season Kicks Off with a Bang Holy zamboni, it’s almost hockey season! I know most sports fans in Oklahoma don’t really keep up with the slipperiest sport this side […]

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Jose Mourinho’s theatre of nightmares

Student writer Chris Lierly discusses the state of the Manchester United Football Club with a spotlight on the trouble brewing with its manager Mourinho. The position of manager at Manchester United holds a special place in the world of sports. Like head coach for the Lakers, quarterback for the Cowboys or pitcher for the Yankees, […]