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  • Holy Cross captures first NCAA tournament win since 1953

    Robert Champion scored 19 points, including a key 3-pointer in the final minute, to help Holy Cross beat Southern University 59-55 Wednesday night for its first NCAA tournament victory in …


  • Frank Beamer goes out a winner as Virginia Tech beats Tulsa in Independence Bowl

    Michael Brewer threw for 344 yards, Isaiah Ford had 227 yards receiving and Virginia Tech held off a Tulsa rally in the final minutes to send retiring head coach Frank …


  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago A divorce filing in Oklahoma had Spokane readers buzzing. The wife of R.T. Daniel, owner of many downtown Spokane business blocks, was suing him …


  • Newsmakers

    Rallied Scores of students, alumni and athletes marched to the administration building at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and rallied for hours Monday in response to reports that officials …


  • Tulsa’s Watts has risen from walk-on to elite

    TULSA, Okla. – Trey Watts rarely had to deal with comparisons to his father – former Oklahoma quarterback J.C. Watts – while going to high school in Virginia. And that …


  • Tulsa shooting suspects charged with hate crime

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Two men accused of going on a shooting spree that terrorized Tulsa’s predominantly black north side face murder and hate crime charges, prosecutors said Friday in an …


  • No. 8 Houston pulls away to beat Tulsa 48-16

    TULSA, Okla. – Facing a fourth down in a tight game, Patrick Edwards saw an opportunity to put No. 8 Houston in control. During a timeout, Edwards asked to be …


  • Tulsa rolls over Hawaii

    Damaris Johnson broke loose for 326 all-purpose yards to set an NCAA career record and Tulsa took advantage of six first-half turnovers to beat No. 24 Hawaii 62-35 in the …

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