Month: October 2019

Al’s Five Facts: Thunder lose another close one

Another battle, another fight, another close game, another loss for the Oklahoma City Thunder. This time at home against the Portland Trailblazers, 99-102 the final score. The Thunder fought hard also last night: despite trailing early in the game, and late when Lillard caught fire, they always came back, never fold, and had chances to […]

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4 Downs Special: Golden Boys. The Players Behind the Most Underrated Offense in the State

Last time in The Eye of the Hurricane I mentioned that both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are known for their explosive offenses and that Tulsa is right up there as well. I provided the offensive yardage and points in said article but I realized I failed to shed light on the players behind those numbers. So […]

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4 Downs Special: Eye of the Hurricane. What happened to Tulsa Football

When one thinks of offense in the state of Oklahoma both the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State come to mind. One name that doesn’t is Tulsa. The often forgotten third division I football program in the state they’ve had their fair share of offensive juggernauts as well. Paul Smith, David Johnson, G.J. Kinne, Cody […]

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Al’s Five Facts: Thunder fall in Houston

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder lost in Houston, against Russell Westbrook and the Rockets, 112-116 the final score. Despite a close to a perfect first half, Oklahoma City couldn’t contain the Rockets’ run in the third quarter. Houston outscored the Thunder 39-18 after the long break to take an eleven-points lead going into the […]

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Cho Show Ep 27

In this week’s episode host Jonathan Goudeau breaks down the University of Central Oklahoma’s thrilling game aginst Washburn as well as previewing this week’s home game against Missouri Southern. He also gives updates on other UCO sports.

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Al’s Five Facts: Thunder smash the Warriors

The Thunder earned the first win of their new era, against the Golden State Warriors, one of the most “hated” opponents of the past few seasons, 120-92 the final score. Oklahoma City started aggressive from the tip-off, diving an all loose ball, moving on offense, while making every single shot difficult for the Warriors. Golden […]

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The good, the bad, the ugly: Good for Thunder

Two things could have been predicted heading into Sunday’s matinee against the Golden State Warriors: the Thunder would get it together after a poor performance against the Washington Wizards on Friday and the Warriors wouldn’t be as good as we’re used to seeing. Both of those predictions were true but on extreme levels. The Thunder […]

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