Sooners Demolish Buffs

Oklahoma improves to 7-1 overall and 3-1 in Big 12 Conference play with the win.

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Bike MS Rolls with 700 Riders

More than 650 cyclists participated in the 2010 Bike MS in September. The ride, coined “Bike MS: the Mother Road Ride,” took place along Route 66 from Tulsa to Oklahoma City with an overnight break in Chandler.

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Xtreme Fight Night Hits The Joint

A battle of former fighters is set to headline the debut of “Xtreme Fight Night” on Nov. 12 in Tulsa.

Jake Rosholt will clash with Matt Horwich at Tulsa’s newest event center, The Joint located at Hard Rock Tulsa.

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Tulsa Volleyball Climbing High

Watching TU Volleyball, one might think the PA announcement is stuck in a loop screaming, “Tyler Henderson for the kill!”

A 5’10” sophomore from Heritage Hall, Tyler Henderson is one of those players who will probably go down as one of the most dominant athletes in Hurricane history.

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Holland Hall Dutchmen Ruling Opponents in Texas, Okla.

The Holland Hall football team is lighting up the scoreboard all over Texas and Oklahoma. As the goes to press, the Dutchmen are 8-0 with a huge matchup looming against Houston’s St. Johns at home. A win over the one loss Mavericks will assure Holland Hall a playoff birth.

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Pro Basketball Tips off in OK

The Thunder recently visited the center and the 66ers are finalizing their roster. Professional basketball is underway in the state.

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ORU Women Picked Atop Summit

After capturing the regular season title last season, Oral Roberts was tabbed as the favorite to win the 2010-11 Summit League Women’s Basketball Championship as selected by the annual preseason poll of league coaches, s and media. The Golden Eagles placed three players on the preseason all-league teams and collected all but four first-place votes.

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Hurricane Hoops Doles out the Fun

The 2010-11 campaign for the University of Tulsa is the 100th year of basketball for the Hurricane. Tulsa’s Conference schedule will get started on the road at defending C- regular season champion .

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Harlem Globetrotters Take the Gae to Unprecedented Heights to Commemorate 85 Consecutive Seasons

Hot on the heels of the most successful year in franchise history, the legendary Harlem Globetrotters will celebrate their 85th consecutive season when their dazzling 2011 “4 Times the Fun” World Tour stops in Tulsa, showcasing the wholesome family entertainment that has provided lifetime memories for generations of fans.

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Tennis a Year-Round Sport at ISCC


Bryan Dick, tennis director for Indian Springs Country Club (), sees tennis as a lifelong sport. He enjoys bringing that sport to others.

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Oregon Holds Clinic for UCLA, Wins 60-13

Darron Thomas threw for a career-high 308 yards and three touchdowns and Oregon pounded 60-13 Thursday night in its first-ever game as the top-ranked team in the country.

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Pac-10 Conference Announces Future of the Pac-12

The Pac-12 Conference took major steps to transform itself into a dynamic new enterprise by forming two football divisions that maintain traditional rivalries, creating the first-ever Pac-12 football championship game, establishing schedule models for all other sports and agreeing to move to an equal revenue sharing plan for the first time in conference history.

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Bob Barry to Hang Hat after 2010-11 Seasons

As he embarks on his 50th year in broadcasting Division I football and basketball, Bob Barry has announced that this will be his last as the radio play-by-play voice of the Oklahoma Sooners. He plans to work through both the football and men’s basketball season during the 2010-11 school year.

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Oilers, GTR Team Up for GTR Cup

The Tulsa Oilers and the Newspapers are teaming up to create “The Cup,” a Tulsa area high school hockey tournament.

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