Month: November 2019

Abdel Nader’s progression could be the cornerstone for Thunder’s development

Friday night’s thriller in Oklahoma City was reminiscent of previous Thunder seasons when there was a draw of star power and championship contention. Obviously, that’s not the case anymore, but two specific players brought that spark back into the Peake en route to their 109-104 victory. After a rough first half, full of turnovers and […]

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Cho Show Season Recap

In this week’s episode host Jonathan Goudeau is joined by Editor in Cheif of The Vista James D. Jackson to recap the University of Central Oklahoma’s football season as well as keeping you up to date with other UCO sports happenings. James Jackson Twitter- JamesDJackson15 Jonathan’s Twitter- goudeau_jdg

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4 Downs: Cowboys vs Patriots

In a rain-filled defensive battle the New England Patriots edged out a 13-9 home win over the Dallas Cowboys dropping them to 6-5 on the season. Here are the four biggest takeaways from today’s game. 1. Defense The Cowboys defense did everything they could to keep themselves in the game. Holding quarterback Tom Brady to […]

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Expect more close losses until OKC finds a closer

Thunder fans have never been more pleased with a (5-9) record after 14 games and considering their league-leading strength of schedule and lack of A-list talent, they’ve been fairing well in most of their contests. Of their nine losses, six of them were by five points or less. OKC’s fight isn’t in question. This is […]

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Cho Show Ep. 30

In this week’s episode of the Cho Show Podcast, host Jonathan Goudeau breaks down the University of Central Oklahoma’s season-ending game against Emporia State as well as keeping you up to date with other UCO sports happenings.

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4 Downs: Cowboys vs Lions

A 21 point second quarter powered the Dallas Cowboys to a 35-27 win over the Detriot Lions improving to 6-4. Despite the high scoring affair both sides played well for the Cowboys and here are the four biggest takeaways from today’s win. 1.  Dak Prescott I know we sound like a broken record here but […]

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Al’s Five Facts: Thunder edge 76ers after one overtime

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Philadelphia 76ers after one overtime, 127-119 the final score. Here are the five facts about last night’s win against Philadelphia: TOGETHER This is an incredible win for the Thunder. They defeated one of the best teams in the NBA, and they did it by fighting on every […]

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