McAlester, OSU alum earns special nod
McAlester High School alumnus Wilson Taylor, 29, will be recognized as Outstanding Young Alumni by the Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business in November.
VIDEO: Pee-Wee quarterback goes 'beast mode'
Pee wee football player J.D. Taylor gained fame -- and a spot in ESPN SportsCenter's daily Top 10 plays -- with this impressive run in a recent game.
VIDEO: Blind play-by-play football announcer calls game by sound, with partner
A blind Kentucky judge spends his Friday nights as an announcer for high school football games.
Reducing sanctions against Penn State was right call
The NCAA finally got something right when it reduced the death-like sanctions against Penn State University.
Five wild moments of fan interference in the MLB postseason
What makes a baseball fan throw caution to the wind and risk life and limb when a ball is hit within 50 feet of him? We're not sure, but we do know that there have been many instances over the years where the action on the field has spilled into the stands. With baseball's postseason upon us, here are some especially noteworthy instances of fan interference.
Real battle for Heisman Trophy begins
The race for the Heisman Trophy is like a political campaign. There’s jockeying for position among the pretenders and contenders and then after a few early rounds -- where the dreamers fall to the wayside -- the real battle begins.
Coaching legends rank their top 25
Alabama held on to the top spot in the Legends Poll, after a slate of lackluster games over the weekend. The first eight teams did not change order from last week's poll.
Youth football league out $80K, accused thief 7,000 miles away
A youth football league in Massachusetts is seeking to recover $80,000 from its treasurer, who police say fled to the beaches of the Persian Gulf after withdrawing the money through an unauthorized debit card.
Okla. State report flawed, still revealing
Sports Illustrated published the fifth final part of its exposé of the football program at Oklahoma State University earlier this week. With the entire story now available online, it can finally be analyzed for both its strengths and weaknesses.
OSU hires investigator to look into football team
Oklahoma State is asking a former NCAA official to investigate a Sports Illustrated expose of improprieties in its football program, as the magazine concluded its five-part report by focusing on players cast aside because of injury or once they no longer lived up to expectations.
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