OU Softball — Advance
Not only does top-ranked Oklahoma host its first home game of the season, fans will get to see the undefeated Sooners a few hours earlier than they expected.
OU Baseball — Advance
The last time Oklahoma played at L. Dale Mitchell Park, its coach, Sunny Golloway, thought his club had made a major progression. It had finally played an error-free game in an 11-1 run-rule romp over Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Oklahoma State men’s basketball — preview
Before the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team started the season that has the Cowboys ranked in the top 15 and one game out of first in the Big 12 Conference, they were delivered a big blow.
The Oklahoma State women’s basketball — preview
The Oklahoma State women’s basketball team has seen its fair share of ups and downs — and that was just in the last week. From a crushing loss at Texas Christian to a huge win at Bedlam, the Cowgirls have been on a wild — and at times maddening — rollercoaster ride.
Dennis Rodman worms his way into North Korea
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman brought his basketball skills and flamboyant style — tattoos, nose studs and all — to the country with possibly the world’s strictest dress code: North Korea.
VIDEO: Mentally disabled basketball manager gets his shot
CBS's "On the Road," series reports on an act of sportsmanship and kindness that brought the mother of a mentally disabled high school basketball team manager to tears.
VIDEO: Federal government suing Lance Armstrong
The Justice Department announced Friday it is joining a civil suit against Lance Armstrong.
Steve Kerr vividly recalls being a 10-year-old kid, with a basketball tucked under his arm, staring up at the rim from behind an imaginary three-point line he had paced off in the driveway.
Hall of Famers
Former Oklahoma State and Dallas Cowboy football player Walt Garrison, right, talks with Texas Heisman winner Ricky Williams, left, at a reception before the induction for the 2013 class of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Monday, Feb. 18, 2013.
VIDEO: Students film themselves sneaking into the Super Bowl, prompt investigation
Students filmed themselves sneaking into the Super Bowl prompting an investigation of the game's security. The video shows the students encountering police, security, asking for directions and finally making it into the Superdome, a few rows from the field.
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