Month: September 2019

Cho Show EP. 21

On this weeks episode of the Cho Show podcast host, Jonathan Goudeau breaks down UCO’s comeback win over Nebraska Kearney and the playmakers behind it as well as previewing this weeks matchup against Lincoln University and giving an update on everything UCO athletics.

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Sparks flame out the Seattle Storm, advance to semi-finals

Los Angeles keeps their playoff hopes alive and will move on to play the Connecticut Sun.  Los Angeles sent the Seattle Storm back up north after a 92-69 final in due part to the Sparks resilience and assertiveness to garner the win in front of a crowd of 9,081 fans in attendance.  Chelsea Gray led […]

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4 Downs: Cowboys vs. Redskins

After last weeks season-opening win against the New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys moved to 2-0 on the season notching a 31-21 road win over the Washington Redskins. For the second straight week, the offense looked good and the defense showed more improvement. Here are the four biggest takeaways from today’s game. Game Stats: https://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2019091509/2019/REG2/cowboys@redskins?icampaign=scoreStrip-globalNav-2019091509 […]

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WNBA Playoffs: Previewing the Sparks vs. Storm

As Los Angeles awaits the Seattle Storm, the Sparks will prepare for a win or go home second-round elimination game. With the Seattle Storm eliminating the Minnesota Lynx in an 84-74 finish during the first round, the Storm will travel to Los Angeles to face the Sparks on Sunday afternoon. The Sparks finished the season […]

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The future is the Black quarterback

The quarterback position historically isn’t drawn up to be an overly entertaining and mesmerizing position. That was usually designated to wide receivers, running backs and special teams. Over time, the lead position on the football field has become less conservative and now, it’s downright liberal with quarterbacks free to add their flare to the position. […]

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Durant’s saltiness towards OKC persists: Can we let the dead horse RIP?

At his first game in Oklahoma City as a visitor—February 2017—fans yowled for blood and brandished cupcakes, because Durant was supposedly soft. “Such a venomous toxic feeling when I walked into that arena,” he says. “And just the organization, the trainers and equipment managers, those dudes is pissed off at me? Ain’t talking to me? […]

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The Cho Show EP. 20

Host Jonathan Goudeau is back with another episode of the Cho Show podcast breaking down the classic season-opening game against Pittsburgh State along with post-game reaction from head coach Nick Bobeck. An overview of all UCO sports in action as well as a preview of the upcoming Nebraska Kearney game along with the full post-game […]

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