Some of us are old enough to remember 2003, when Oklahoma, clearly the nation’s best and most dominant team, nonetheless scored seven points the night of Dec. 6 inside Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium, the same night Kansas State scored 35.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder ended Thursday night with a familiar feeling. And it wasn’t from of the 105-84 victory over the New York Knicks in a game they mostly controlled throughout. It was from the postgame interview.

EDMOND — Westmoore will be tested six days from today when Broken Arrow visits Moore Stadium.

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Bill Reiss would hand out Lackawanna College’s weekly scouting reports, better known to players as “install packets.”

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The College Football Playoff’s initial rankings have never gone a perfect 4 for 4.

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NEW YORK — The first thing Russell Westbrook couldn’t do on his own was hold a brand new MVP trophy.

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MOORE — Following Wednesday's 7-on-7 scrimmage against Putnam City North and Moore, Southmoore safety Donovan Gaines shouted, “This is our field, and if you don't want to be here, get off it.”

What a season. It may seem routine, at this point, for Patty Gasso to lead the Sooners to a national championship. After all, she’s done it three times in the last five seasons and four times over her stellar career.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook may be scoring and facilitating at an historic rate, but Oklahoma City's star point guard is part of a greater NBA trend. Teams around the league are handing greater responsibilities to their lead ball-handlers.

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A year ago, OU beat Washington 71-68 inside Alaska Airlines Arena. That would seem to give it a leg up entering tonight's second-round NCAA tournament game against the same program in the same gym. However, if it does, the Sooners don't want to talk about it.

Moore High School football coach Paul Hix resigned from his position at Moore Public Schools last week, MHS Athletic Director Chad Mashburn confirmed Monday afternoon.

The day after he became the University of Oklahoma's all-time rushing leader, Samaje Perine announced plans to take his career to the next level.

The 2016 All-American teams started rolling out this week. One of the biggest featured an Oklahoma player on all three teams. The Associated Press named wide receiver Dede Westbrook to its first team. Westbrook, who won the Biletnikoff Award last week, is the first OU player to be named to be named to the AP

s first team since wide receiver Ryan Broyles in 2010.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Cardiologists all over Oklahoma City should be taking advantage of what the Thunder have been doing to their fans. 

NORMAN — Oklahoma women’s basketball coach Sherri Coale had been insistent. Earlier in the season, she assured, her Sooners were a good shooting team.

Where today ranks on the list of highly anticipated Bedlam game is up for debatable. The Big 12 Conference title that goes to winner makes it seem like the biggest one at Owen Field since 1984. There were All-Americans and future NFL stars all over the field in that game. The 2016 version replicates the talent level. Here are the Sooners that need big games to secure another conference title.

Oklahoma Jordan Woodard admitted he never looked at statistics sheet during Tuesday night

s 87-66 victory over Northern Colorado. If he had, he might have done a few things differently in his final minutes on the floor. Woodard finished with 14 points, seven assists and one rebound shy of a double-double with nine.

Sherri Coale’s Oklahoma women’s basketball program always seems to begin the season in the polls. Lately, however, they haven’t stayed there.

Oklahoma gets to rest this weekend. Players hope when they return to Norman on Sunday they

ll find out more is at stake in the Dec. 3 finale against No. 10 Oklahoma State than the Big 12 Conference title and a Sugar Bowl berth. The eighth-ranked Sooners (9-2, 8-0 Big 12) have a path to the College Football Playoff. It

s heavily congested. They are nearly out of time to get into the coveted top four.

OKLAHOMA CITY — It was just about the strangest ending possible: A visiting player who had hit a game-winning shot not even five minutes earlier walking off the floor to cheers.

Whether it was Oklahoma

s players or its coaching staff that came up with it doesn

t matter. Ask any of them about what time of year it is and two words come out: Championship November. It

s the first thing that came to OU linebacker Jordan Evans

mind when asked about the critical stretch that began with Saturday

45-24 victory over Baylor.

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Southmoore’s quarterfinal loss to Jenks was a disappointing way to end the season, but it seemed like each SaberCat senior had a special moment in their final game.

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