2003

Sooner sweep

Gibson, Brown help Oklahoma win big
Zach Duncan

For someone who was not even named to the original Oil Bowl roster, Oklahoma’s Matt Gibson sure showed he belonged Thursday night at D.L. Ligon Coliseum.

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Dodge bringing QB expertise to Oil Bowl

The Oil Bowl just may have hit the daily double on Saturday.
By getting one of the top coaches in Texas in Todd Dodge, the game could also get a record-setting quarterback in Chase Wasson. The talents of those two guys were evident in Southlake Carroll’s 16-0 state championship season in 2002.

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Six area players on Texas Oil Bowl squad

Six players from the Wichita Falls area have been selected to play in the 66th Oil Bowl football game.
Hirschi tight end Mark Crowe, Wichita Falls High running back Kip McCarthy and Rider offensive lineman Kevin Compton will be on the Texas all-star roster for the annual Maskat Shrine Temple charity game on June 21 in Memorial Stadium.

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2003 Texas vs. Oklahoma High School All-Star Football Game

The 67th Annual Oil Bowl Football Game will be played on Saturday, June 19thst at 7:30 p.m. in Wichita Falls, Texas. This game annually pits the graduating premier high school football players from both Texas and Oklahoma facing off in one of the nation’s oldest and best-known all-star games.

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Miami coach 0-1 in Wichita Falls

The bowls on Larry Coker’s college coaching resume’ include: one Rose, Sugar, Bluebonnet, Sun, Citrus, Miocron PC and Carquest; two Holidays and four Gators.

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Kee earns MVP honors with 4th quarter

After allowing a seven-point fourth-quarter lead to evaporate with just one with 3:53 remaining, Oklahoma held Texas to just one point down the stretch to come away with a 66-59 win in the Maskat Shrine Oil Bowl Classic girls basketball game Thursday night at Midwestern State University’s D.L. Ligon Coliseum.

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Oil Bowl Flashbacks

* 50 years ago: The 1953 Oil Bowl was played for the first time in the new football stadium at Midwestern University. And for the first time, Oklahoma gave Texas a real battle.

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