Sometimes our adventures are jagged and not straight. We had originally planned a stay at an Airbnb on Grand Lake, but it turned out to have a heating issue. After … Continue reading A weekend at Sequoyah State Park
The last time the Sooner Schooner tipped over, Oklahoma lost. To Kansas State. Deja vu. And the Sooners totally deserved it. The final was 48-41, but I’m here to tell … Continue reading 3 reasons why the Oklahoma Sooners fell flat against Kansas State
The Oklahoma Sooners named Jalen Hurts starting quarterback on Monday in breaking news that nobody doubted. The Alabama graduate transfer was a shoo-in for the job, it seemed, over the … Continue reading Jalen Hurts Named Sooners’ Starter, But D’Eriq King Is The QB Oklahoma Needs To Worry About
I’ve only begun to dive into Netflix’s QB1 series featuring Oklahoma Sooners phenom Spencer Rattler during his time at Pinnacle in Phoenix. I’m struck by how small he is compared … Continue reading Is Oklahoma Sooners QB Spencer Rattler Closing In On Jalen Hurts?
So, I ain’t gonna lie. I’m beat. Kristi, too. I’m lying in bed as this blog is being crafted. We’re both super busy at work. We’re both still managing multiple … Continue reading Korean, Mexican flavors come together at northwest OKC’s ‘Chigama’
We’re three days from college football’s playoffs, a pair of semifinal matches stuffed in between relatively meaningless bowl games. Oklahoma fans learned today that Heisman winner Kyler Murray wasn’t feeling … Continue reading Hallelujah & Hollywood: Marquise Brown practiced today for Sooners
The question on everybody’s mind is: Will Oklahoma make the College Football Playoff with Alabama beating Georgia Saturday hours after the Sooners took care of Texas, 39-27, in Dallas? The … Continue reading Marquise Brown injury: ‘Hollywood’ ending still possible for Sooners, with or without star WR
A few years ago, you wouldn’t have ever heard me say that the NFL was more fun to watch than college football. The tailgating. The atmosphere. The tradition. But now, … Continue reading Horns Down? The NFL has figured out what college hasn’t
We were heading to dinner, ready to try a new place, new for us. A place called Kwan’s Kitchen was calling, and we were ready for a chance to unwind … Continue reading A Thanksgiving (car crash) to remember…
They allowed Kansas 544 yards of total offense including 405 yards on the ground. On the ground, they allowed the Jayhawks 8.3 yards per carry. The ‘they’ I’m referring to … Continue reading Can we agree that Lincoln Riley owns the Oklahoma defense next year?
Two games was all it took for the Oklahoma defense to return to its mediocrity, an underwhelming performance that is all too common in the Big 12. Except for one … Continue reading The Big 12 needs saving, and Iowa State provides the template
When I was 10 or 11 years old, I used to hide away in my room and listen to the radio. My first memories were listening to WLS radio at … Continue reading OU 28, Army 21: Mike Stoops’ defense doesn’t look any better on radio either