2004

Green, Finley, Rushing to coach Texas squad

Nick Gholson, Times Record News Even though his high school coach was picked to coach in the 1979 Oil Bowl, Bill Green didn’t get an invitation to the game. “I wasn’t good enough,” Green said, reflecting back on his high school days as a two-way tackle in Duncan, Okla.

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Oklahoma pits stars vs Texas shooters

Trey Reed, Times Record News The 2004 edition of the boy’s Oil Bowl Classic will pit the star power of Oklahoma’s A.J. Hawkins and Quincy Williams against Texas’ pure shooters and it has all the makings a high-scoring shootout. Tipoff is slated for 8 p.m. at Midwestern State University’s D.L. Ligon Coliseum. Hawkins and Williams…

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Texas gave Oklahoma no hope in this one

It didn’t take long to see this was going to be a Texas-sized butt-kicking. The 67th Oil Bowl was over by the end of the first quarter. It dragged on for more than three hours, but Oklahoma really never had a prayer. The clock hadn’t struck 8, and writers in the press box were busy…

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Making a name for himself

Trey Reed, Times Record News The sibling rivalry in the Blankenship house must have been fierce. So fierce, that it drove youngest brother Adam Blankenship away from the offensive side of the ball and put him on the defensive from an early age. Adam has made the break from the mold that saw older brothers…

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Line mates for a week

Perhaps it’s a good thing for the rest of college football that Greg Dolan and Randy McAdams don’t see eye-to-eye on Austin.

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Daniels dials up 3’s for Texas

Stephen C. Smith Sr., Times Record News Meia Daniels is used to being the go-to player for Keller Fossil Ridge, but coming into Thursday night’s Oil Bowl Girls Basketball Classic inside D.L. Ligon Coliseum, she wasn’t expecting to have the ball in her hands with the game on the line. “On my team, that’s usually…

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Burks, Endres glad to be teammates

Three months ago, Archer City’s Brittni Burks and Muenster’s Brooke Endres were enemies battling for the Class A Division I State championship under the bright lights of the Erwin Center.

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