Three things you should know about the upcoming OU football season and the OSU basketball court.
It was the heat of Bricktown this afternoon as Angi and I shot a quick preview of the Big 12 Baseball tournament. Our coverage all week brought to you by Randy Bowen Chevrolet.
AT&T Bricktown Ballpark entertained over 33,000 fans this past weekend for Bedlam Baseball. This week it’s the Big 12 baseball tournament, beginning Wednesday and running through Sunday.
OSU won its final 6 conference series and is the No. 2 seed. The Cowboys face No. 7 seed Kansas State on Wednesday at 7:30 pm.
OU is the No. 8 seed, sneaking into the tournament by beating OSU on Sunday. The Sooners play No. 1 seed Texas A&M on Wednesday at 12:30 pm. A&M has lost five straight games coming into the tournament.
Tickets are on sale. Call 218-1000 or go to ticketreturn.com.
Single session prices are
- $44 for club level;
- $27 for field box;
- $20 for terrace reserved;
- $16 for field bleacher or
- $13 general admission.
All session prices are
- $232 for club level,
- $127 for field box.
- $92 for terrace reserved.
We will have complete coverage in The Oklahoman and online at NewsOK.com all week from the Big 12 baseball tournament, including analysis from The Oklahoman’s reporters. And you’ll find exclusive video online at NewsOK.tv, all brought to you by Randy Bowen Chevrolet.
Lack of victories didn’t cost Sean Sutton his job. Lack of leadership did.
Good morning, I’m Dave Morris with a NewsOK.com update from The Oklahoman.
That was the headline on the front page of today’s Oklahoman. Berry Tramel
wrote OSU athletic director Mike Holder removed Sean not so much because of
two straight mediocre seasons, but because Holder didn’t believe things
Read more online at NewsOK and in today’s Oklahoman.
Last night at the Ford Center, Tennessee beat Texas A&M 53-45 to advance to
the Women’s Final Four basketball tournament. Candace Parker led the Lady
Vols despite separating her shoulder. Twice.
Other news being reported by The Oklahoman this morning, Oklahoma County
locks people up at a higher rate than all but eight counties in the United
States despite chronic overcrowding at its jail, a study released Tuesday
Chances for thunderstorms return to Oklahoma today, but it should be another
day before severe weather is in the state.
In OKC today, Highs in the mid-50s. 40 percent chance of storms. Tomorrow,
highs in the 70s, 60 percent chance of storms.
Stay with NewsOK
We did something a little different with Ed Kelley’s Oklahoma Matters today.
First, we used the segment to promote The Oklahoman’s football section. It hits newsstands and driveways Sunday.
During the segment, we used video from Nate Billings’ Oklahoma Focus segment from last week. Nate, one of The Oklahoman’s photographers, described what equipment he used, and why, for the black and white photos used in the football section.
Check out the result, pretty cool. Also note the lower third animation used to introduce Ed. Credit to Tanner Herriott for the editing.