Oklahoma State has promoted assistant Mike Boynton to head coach less than a week after coach Brad Underwood left for Illinois
A former Oklahoma state senator charged with child prostitution will have a preliminary hearing conference next month. Ralph Shortey, an Oklahoma City Republican, made his first court appearance in the … Click to Continue »
Oklahoma State assistant coach Mike Boynton is being promoted to head coach.
Oklahoma State Representative George Faught proposed a bill that bans abortions due to fetal anomalies and doesn't include exceptions for rape or incest.
Boynton served with former coach Brad Underwood with the Cowboys and Stephen F. Austin.
Boynton is a surprise hire, a former assistant under Brad Underwood, who left for Illinois
The school made the announcement on Friday afternoon. Oklahoma State basketball has found its next head coach, and it’s in the form of an assistant who was on-staff with former Cowboys head coach Brad Underwood. On Friday afternoon,Show More Summary
Passed on the TV analyst.
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Holy cow. For once some good news out of Oklahoma: Twenty-five Oklahoma State Senators took a historic stand against anti-LGBTQ discrimination today. SB 694 and SB 197 were both called onto the senate floor for a vote. The former would...Show More Summary
Tulsa World reports: State representatives have voted to allow monuments to “historically significant documents” — primarily the Ten Commandments — to be displayed on public property. House Bill 2177, by Rep. John Bennett [photo] isShow More Summary
An anti-abortion legislator from Oklahoma was forced to reckon with the disturbing consequences of his beliefs... and ended up admitting something horrific: Rape and incest are the will of God.
According to a report from ESPN, soon-to-be FOX Sports radio personality and serial deleter of bad tweets Doug Gottlieb got the call from Oklahoma State to interview for the school’s men’s basketball head coach opening. Read more...
On Tuesday, the Oklahoma House met to discuss engrossment of its controversial House Bill-1549, which would prohibit anyone from seeking an abortion in the case of a genetic abnormality. Oklahoma State Rep. Cory Williams (D) asked Rep. George Faught — who authored the bill — if rape is the...
Basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb is used to commentating on college coaches and now according to ESPN, he might become one. Per the network’s Jeff Goodman, Gottlieb, 41, will interview for the open head coaching position at Oklahoma State University, where he played after transferring from Notre Dame. The news comes as a bit of a surprise considering Gottlieb’s lack […]
Oklahoma state Senator Ralph Shortey resigned on Wednesday in a letter to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin. Shortey was found in a Super 8 motel room with a 16-year-old boy on March 9. It was later revealed that Shortey had offered theShow More Summary
An Oklahoma state senator accused of hiring a 17-year-old boy as a prostitute submitted his resignation on Wednesday, saying felony charges against him have become a distraction and he will defend himself against them. Republican Ralph Shortey, 35, a gun rights advocate who has campaigned as a...
Doug Gottlieb could wind up changing jobs twice in a week. Gottlieb’s long-anticipated move from CBS to FS1 and Fox Sports Radio was officially announced on The Herd Wednesday, but he’s now also popping up as a candidate to be the next...Show More Summary
It’s real enough to get to an interview.
The Oklahoma state House marked World Down Syndrome Day on Tuesday by passing a bill to prohibit abortions on unborn babies with Down syndrome and other genetic disorders. KFOR News in Oklahoma reports state House Bill 1549 passed in a 67-17 vote and now moves to the state Senate for consideration. The bill would prohibit […]