College Basketball

Weathering the Storm: Boynton is the Man for Oklahoma State

Cowboy fans should be optimistic about the direction head coach Mike Boynton’s taking the program in, especially with the unforeseen ups and downs the program has gone through since he took over as head coach. The 38-year-old Boynton, now entering his fourth season as head coach, took over the program in the Spring of 2017, […]

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All Eyez On Cade

This year’s Big 12 preseason polls can be misleading. Although the Oklahoma State Cowboys were picked to finish seventh by the league’s coaches for the 2020-21 season, there’s still a lot of buzz around this year’s squad in Stillwater. The draw toward the Cowboy program is attributed to the incoming freshman class, which enters this […]

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Cho Show Sports Update

Host Jonathan “JG Smooth” Goudeau is back updating you on various University of Central Oklahoma sports as well as news from the MIAA regarding the start of spring sports. Goudeau also updates you on a key well known addition to the UCO football program. Cho Show Sports Update Spotify Link (Bottom of playlist)

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JUCO Football moves to spring, could the NCAA follow?

News broke Monday that the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that it will move its football season to the spring and delay basketball until January. This is huge as they become the first conference, league or football entity to flat out move it’s season. All across the various levels of the NCAA schools […]

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Dear NCAA: It’s Time

With news surfacing the past few days about the possibility of a one time no penalty transfer rule and the loosening of players able to capitalize on their name, image and likeness (NIL) might a player empowerment movement be on the horizon? As an avid supporter of players rights I sure hope so. It’s only […]

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Catching up with Millwood’s Cameron Bell, discussing new journey at West Texas A&M

Chilling in his Edmond apartment in the middle of the summer was Cameron Bell, the standout Millwood high school point guard. As he was hanging out with a few of his high school friends, including his former teammate Leo Mackie Jr., headed to Randall University for basketball, he cleared the room so that he and […]

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Ja Morant is the next NBA Supernova

A blindingly bright star bursts into view in the corner of the night sky — it wasn’t there just a few hours ago, but now it burns like a beacon. That bright star isn’t actually a star, at least not anymore. The brilliant point of light is the explosion of a star that has reached […]

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