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If there was remaining doubt about what sport America is completely taken with, this past week's TV ratings for the fledgling Alliance of American Football should have erased all doubts.

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1. Middle of the field: Oklahoma coach Skip Johnson likes that he has shortstop Brandon Zaragoza back, as well as two catchers — Brady Lindsly and Justin Mitchell — who can rotate behind the plate and as designated hitters.

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It's no secret Oklahoma's prep basketball playoff system has vexed me since the day I arrived here now more than a decade ago. One thing that is clear, no matter the common sense arguments, our friends at Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association have no interest in changing a system devised 49 years ago. 

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NORMAN — Ana Llanusa’s layup careened off the glass, missing the rim and thudding directly into Mandy Simpson’s hands like a piece of good fortune.

Less than a day after former Oklahoma State offensive line coach Josh Henson announced he was heading to Texas A&M, the Cowboys have found a replacement.

Nearly two weeks after Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy announced an outside hire for his new offensive coordinator, he is now in search of a new position coach on the offensive side.

OKLAHOMA CITY — On the day Marc Gasol was traded to the Toronto Raptors, meaning the 7-foot-1 center would not be taking the Chesapeake Energy Arena floor on behalf of the Memphis Grizzlies, the Thunder decided to put up 28 3-point attempts before the half.

The NBA trade deadline arrives at 2 p.m. today, and though Oklahoma City has two roster spots available, there’s little reason to believe the Thunder will make player personnel news prior to this evening’s 7 p.m. tip against the Memphis Grizzlies inside Chesapeake Energy Arena.

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