Oklahoma's Caleb Kelly (19) celebrates after bringing down Auburn's Sean White (13) during the Allstate Sugar Bowl between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the Auburn University Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 2, 2017. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman
Oklahoma's Samaje Perine (32) smiles after talking with his family following the Allstate Sugar Bowl between University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and Auburn University Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 2, 2017. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook (0) walks off the court during the NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
Welcome to the Cotton Bowl! OU and Texas are back at it again in the Red River Showdown. How will the Sooners and Longhorns respond after losses in the Big 12? Follow our live coverage with Ryan Aber, Jason Kersey and The Oklahoman sports team.
The Oklahoman's photographer Bryan Terry had this to say about his photos: This weekend the photo staff covered a number of sporting events. I photographed two of them. As I was editing my pictures from the Winstar Casino Invitational PBR tour stop, I kept thinking back to photos from the Perfect 10 Challenge gymnastics event that I covered the night before. Below are some of the similarities I noticed between gymnastics and bull riding.
The testing of The Oklahoman’s Big Screen is nearly finished and the first step of the company’s move back to downtown Oklahoma City begins Monday with programming in bright lights that will include news, weather, advertising, sports and fun. Redevelopment of Century Center, 100 W Main, is almost complete and The Oklahoman is set to begin moving downtown in February. Until that move is complete, the Big Screen, a 42-foot by 23½-foot Panasonic video board, will give a hint of what’s to ...
Oklahoman Brian Keith Bosworth (born March 9, 1965 in OKC, OK.), nicknamed "The Boz," is a former American college and professional football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) for three seasons during the 1980s. He played college football for the University of Oklahoma, and was a two-time consensus All-American. He played professionally for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. He also was made famous by his flamboyant personality, radical hair cuts, and risky stunts.