Take Stock in the Rock
The men’s college basketball season returns with what will surely provide us a buffet of upsets, crazy comebacks and buzzer-beaters.
Point of Contention
After missing the playoffs by a measly point last year, the Tulsa Oilers are looking to return to coach Jason Christie’s winning ways.
Any Given Friday
What makes high school football so special goes well beyond the X’s and O’s.
Ready for Kickoff
Sure it’s only August, but it’s never too early for college football talk, especially when the pigskin forecast looks sunny for the state’s three D1 teams.
Mayhem and Grace
More interested in competition than theater, the women throwing elbows and acting like bumper cars on local roller derby teams are helping get the fast-paced sport back on track.
Evolution of Play
Lots of golf (in many forms) is being played this summer. To get par out of your outing, try a couple nontraditional ways to play.
Tulsa Tough is more than just a cycling event. It’s a nonstop weekend of energy, music, food trucks, competition, beer, parties and good times.
One of the world's fastest growing equine sports, cutting, offers tremendous excitement and drama for horse, rider and spectators alike.
Fabulous at 40?
In the second year of their Los Angeles Dodgers affiliation, will the Drillers cap a 40-year anniversary with a Texas League title behind new skipper Ryan Garko?
For the Love of the Game
For 30 years Bruce Coursey and his group of stat-loving baseball fanatics have been having a ball rolling the dice in the Strat-O sphere.
Aiming to Please
Looking to build on the late-season momentum of 2015, David Irving and the Tulsa Roughnecks have their sights set on delivering a playoff birth (and maybe more) to the rabid Roustabouts.
Cars with Character
You don’t want to race past this opportunity if you’re an auto enthusiast. Four-wheel fantasies could come true for you at Darryl Starbird’s National Rod & Custom Car Show.
Nearly 300 drivers will tackle the quarter-mile clay track inside the River Spirit Expo Square looking for bragging rights among some of racing’s elite and $10,000.
The Sooners may be the class of the state with a Top 10 preseason ranking, but don’t sleep on Tulsa, OSU or ORU — all of which could all be joining the madness by March.
Getting on Track
With the Summer Olympics around the corner, Team USA hopefuls will be stepping up their dirt game during the USA BMX Grand Nationals that features riders from 8 to 80 years old.
Striking it Rich?
Does landing Jason Christie, 11th head coach in team history, finally get the Tulsa Oilers into championship contention after an over two-decade drought?
The Big Game Plan
Bragging rights—and sometimes big money—are at stake as NFL fans scramble to get their draft parties and teams together and see who gets stuck with Trent Richardson.
Tulsa has one final chance to change its fortunes against bitter rival Oklahoma City as the Roughnecks close out the regular season at home.
Brawl of the Wild
Joao Ricardo Vieira owns a sizable lead in the world standing. But with more than 85, eight-second brawls over two nights, there will be plenty of opportunities to chase him down.
Return to Form?
Can the state’s big three improve on a dreadful 17-21 combined record from a year ago or will they again resemble the Walking Dead by the time Halloween rolls around?
Which group of misfits or super serious ballers will outwit and survive the onslaught of foam projectiles during Dodgebrawl?
With all-star Skylar Diggins, a former OU All-American and a host of young legs, is this the year the Tulsa Shock makes a playoff run?
Thousands will climb aboard their two-wheel workouts to power through Cry Baby Hill to nab a podium place or leisurely pedal for fun at Tulsa Tough.
Celebrities, musicians and Tour pros break out their drivers and putters to raise funds and awareness for those who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country.
The Razor’s Edge
The Drillers open 2015 with a new parent club (Los Angeles Dodgers), a couple hot prospects and a manager who should “shine” bright in Texas League action.
After a 31-year absence in T-Town, the Roughnecks return with a high-caliber explosive brand that should grab the attention of even the average soccer fan.
The Wheel Deal
With oversized tires and a penchant for burying the competition, Grave Digger will face off against other vehicle behemoths when Monster Jam rolls into the BOK Center.
Whether you're competing in an office pool or just trying to one-up your friends, here’s our guide on how to fill out a bracket, just in time to win your March Madness 2015 pool.
The Fast and the Curious
From racing and showing what’s under the hood to lawnmower contests and displays of motor marvels, Darryl Starbird’s supercar experience provides an adrenaline pumping atmosphere.
Vroom with a View
More than 300 riders will be bustin’ big and rippin’ hard on dirt bikes as they catch big air when Arenacross comes to Expo Square.
Bring on the Big Game
Don’t get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct by missing out watching the Super Bowl at one of our nine local options that are perfect places to kick it for kickoff.
The Heat is On
Listen to the engines roar, watch as the checkered flag flies and see who hoists the coveted Golden Driller trophy into the air during the 29th annual Chili Bowl Nationals.
It’s always bedlam when Cowboys and Sooners take to the gridiron no matter the records. And this game could provide just the right amount of bragging rights for the victor.
Olympic gold and silver medalists highlight the field showcasing the best racers in the BMX world competing for national champion bragging rights and hardware.
Stretch your hamstrings and endurance level while qualifying for the Boston Marathon and raising money for charity during the Williams Route 66 Marathon.
Are you ready for some futbol? Former Owasso HS coach David Yates takes the reigns as the young team enters a new league with the same high hopes.
Keep the Pace
Whether it’s to beat a record, do something new, or just to watch and cheer on friends and family, the Tulsa Run is a great way to spend the last weekend of October.
Drop the Puck
Championships have been hard to come by for the Oilers since claiming the President’s Cup in 1993. Can coach Bruce Ramsay help change those ways in his third year?
The Oklahoma City Thunder rolls into the BOK Center for a preseason tilt with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The 2014 college football season is rapidly approaching. We’re excited. We’re also here to help you prep for the impending campaign with overviews on the area’s big three.
Race for the Cure unites nearly 9,000 runners and walkers to show their support for those who have or continue to deal with the effects of breast cancer.
Selecting a health club can be tricky. So when looking to get fit, do your homework to avoid getting ripped wrong.
Show You the Money
Despite the claims that “you can’t beat the horse races,” we’re here to tell you it can be done and to the tune of a million dollars on the right occasion.
Ready for Rebound?
Tough times have been plentiful for the Tulsa Shock since leaving Motown. But with a proven winner in Fred Williams drawing up the plays this year, glory days may not be so far away.
Although some of the crazy promotions at Fair Meadows are a thing of the past, the simulcasting component has received a major boost with a multitude of enhancements.
Strikes Against Cancer
For every softball player who can look to the bleachers and see the pride on a loved one’s face, stats prove other girls on the same field look for a face that is no longer there.
Did you know Oklahoma produced a national championship football team in 2013? Yeah, not many do. And the hardware didn’t end up in Norman. It’s on display in Tulsa.
Drillers manager Kevin Riggs and his 2014 squad will begin their pursuit of a Texas League title on April 3 at ONEOK Field when they host Corpus Christi in the regular-season opener.
4 Really Bad Golf Tips
Don’t believe every golf tip you hear, including these four misconceptions. Like the stock market, you ought to think about what you are being told before applying the advice.