Posts Tagged Oklahoma Sooners


Memories: August in Oklahoma? Time for Murderous Two-a-Days

Other than war, there is nothing more traumatic, more hellish, than Two-A-Day football practices. Especially in Oklahoma’s brutal August heat, like when I played at Norman High School in 1971-1973. I had not thought of Harve Collins field in a million years.  But when my sister and I drove by about 10 years ago, on […]

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Nothing is as ‘Murican as Hotdogs, Apple Pie and Coaching Little League Football in Singapore

    The hand that rocks the cradle may rule the world, but football coaches are kings, in Oklahoma or Singapore. I was still jet-lagged in 1982, when my buddy dragged me straight from Changi Airport to the Singapore American School’s football field. Even though an oilfield company had spent $250,000 sodding the field, the […]

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10 Boomer Sooner Childhood Memories

As the Sooners get ready to tear it up, I thought I’d go down Memory Lane for a bit and come up with 10 Boomer Sooner Memories. 1. My Cleveland Cougars won the Norman City Championship when I was in sixth grade, which was pretty awesome.  But that was nowhere near as cool as playing […]

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