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  1. Lawton High beat Putnam City West 35-28 Thursday night on a pick 6 on the final play of the game. What is the most dramatic ending to a football game you have ever witnessed?
  2. What has happened to Marlow this year? Why are they struggling to win games?
  3. Week 6 Rankings are up for the VYPE Top 10 High School Football Rankings Who is ranked too high? Who is ranked too low? Who should be in the Top 10 and isn't?
  4. With two state titles in the past five seasons, is Anadarko the best football program in Southwest? Would they continually have the talent to compete in 5A if they went up from 4A?
  5. Was Broken Arrow's Week 0 loss to just them facing a better program or will they have issues this season?
  6. The Lawton Public School Board had recently passed a new rule that any student who had a felony would not be able to participate on athletic teams. Most thought that would keep runningback BJ Davis from playing at Lawton MacArthur this season. However, the school board announced that since his felony took place when he was a juvenile, it doesn't count toward their rule. What type of season will Davis have?
  7. I talked to Southlake Carroll coach Hal Wasson after they lost to Tulsa Union. He said the Redskins are one of the most talented teams he's ever faced. But does Union have enough to get past Jenks tonight?
  8. Noble's Christian Robinson Moore caught four touchdowns passes Friday in the opener against Newcastle. That included three scores in the first quarter. He also had an INT returned for a TD called back after a teammate blocked in the back during the return. It easily could have been a 5 TD night for the 6-2 senior. Who do you feel had the best performance in the OKC area in Week 1.
  9. With Midwest City losing to Muskogee 16-12 in Week 0, does that change the season outlook you may have had about the squad? Can they rebound from the loss or was it an indication of what to expect this year?
  10. Several football games kick-off tonight. What one game are you most interested in seeing in this limited night of games?
  11. Despite being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Jenks coach Allan Trimble still plans to coach in 2016. That seems to be the background to all of the retiring rumors a couple of months ago. How do you think this will affect him and his team?
  12. Norman North receiver Charlie Kolar has committed to Iowa State. He is 6-6, 220 pounds and he's coming off a year in which he had 920 yards and 13 scores on 52 receptions. Where do you rank him amongst the state top wideouts?
  13. Tulsa Union's Tre Brown is getting a lot of hype since he committed to Oklahoma. I saw Union play last couple of years and he didn't really stand out. Is he the real deal?
  14. With the summer arriving, for the next few months, most of the football news we will hear is about players going to camps across the country. Either ones sponsored by companies like Rivals, NIKE or Under Armour. Do you think these days that kids have to go to these type of camps in order to be highly recruited?
  15. Since 2000, who is the best football player to come out of Jenks? If it's just based on high school career, it's hard for me to overlook the likes of Alex Ross, Mark Ginther and Chase Beeler. But since I can only choose one, I will go with Steven Parker. Who do you have?
  16. Doing a little research to decide who deserves to be on the starting lineup for the Sallisaw Black Diamonds ALL-TIME football team. Offense-defense-special teams...there are lots of choices. Who should be the QB?
  17. Newcastle High’s Hunter Everett opened some eyes earlier this month when he kicked a 65-yard field goal at the Kicking World Camp in Dallas. It tied a camp record. But can a kicker fro ma small school in Oklahoma ever do enough to get a D-I full scholarship offer?
  18. Is there one school you are most interested in watching during spring football? In the Tulsa area, I am interested to see what type of talent Broken Arrow comes back and if they are ready to take the next step.
  19. Due to budget cuts, Tulsa Public Schools has approved the proposal to "change seventh- and eighth-grade athletics programs from grade-specific to combined teams at each junior high or middle school." Each school would have one team each in football, boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and girls’ volleyball. How do you think this will effect Tulsa sports, if at all?
  20. The tradition of the Roughers has plenty of "gridiron greats" to choose from when trying to select the ALL TIME starting lineup for Muskogee Roughers football. Plenty of players that not only starred in high school but also on the college level as well as earning a starting lineup position in the NFL. Research is providing me several names at quarterback including "Indian Jack" Jack Jacobs, Eddie Crowder, Prince McJunkins as well as Rell Lewis. Which of these would you pick? Do your research before you answer!
  21. Collinsville linebacker Levi Draper has 24 D! offers and has already committed to Oklahoma. He's currently the top ranked player in the state in the class of 2017 by most recruiting sites. Are there any player you think should be ranked ahead of him?
  22. As the clocks spring forward and outdoor sports begin…is it too early to talk football? NEVER! Will the Wagoner Bulldogs repeat at Class 4A champions for a third straight year? What Class 4A teams will challenge? Can Tahlequah’s Tigers maintain their roar this fall? Will 2016 be the season the Muskogee Roughers return to the postseason party? Answers to those questions…stay tuned! Let’s take a sneak peak by position into some of the names of offensive playmakers expected to become difference makers… Quarterback Malcolm Rodriguez – Wagoner Ben Klutts – Poteau Gunner Ford – Eufaula T.J. Spearman – Stigler Running Back Terron Moses – Vian Scottie Patton – Wagoner Sirvante Knauls – Roland Molijah Gilbert – Muskogee Hunter Capehart – Sallisaw Bailey Conatzer – Checotah Wide Receiver Nikia Jones – Wagoner Jamari Davis – Muskogee Grant Sikes – Hilldale Offensive Line Chaz Jimmerson – Tahlequah Orlandis Roberson – Wagoner Deryk Bolinger – Checotah Zach Henson – Checotah Christian Maier – Muskogee Whose missing? Who will be this year's NEWCOMER of the Year? STAY TUNED...DOMINATORS on DEFENSE are coming to the gridiron near you
  23. Here are five football players to keep an eye on in 2016. These guys made a huge impact for their respective teams in 2015, and are looking to have even bigger seasons. This is not a ranking so this list is in no particular order. Hunter Hutchison – Verdigris: Hutchison plays running back for the Cardinals, and he had a solid year as a junior. Next year, as a senior, the Cardinals and coach Tony Daniels will rely heavily on the legs of Hutchison. In 2015, Hutchison racked up 1,472 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground. Brock Martin – Oologah: Martin is a terror on the defensive line for the Oologah Mustangs. Last season, Martin finished with 17 sacks to go along with his 96 tackles. His 17 sacks were close to the top of the leaderboards for the entire state. Martin will be their key playmaker next season. Expect him to add to his large number of sacks. BJ Bradbury – Adair: Bradbury was phenomenal this past season for the Class 2A champion Warriors. Bradbury completed a ridiculous percentage of his passes, finishing with 127 completions to 171 attempts. Those completions went for 2,083 yards and 36 touchdowns, while he only threw six interceptions. Bradbury missed some time with an injury as well, but the numbers wouldn’t show it. With Bradbury coming back, the Warriors are poised to repeat as champions. AJ Archambo – Bartlesville: Archambo broke onto the scene for the Bruins last season, finishing with 1,031 receiving yards and 15 receiving touchdowns. He was Colton Penrod’s favorite target last season. With a large chunk of players graduating, Archambo will be the key playmaker for the Bruins next season. Joe Quigley – Chouteau-Mazie: Quigley came on strong for the Wildcats last season, finishing with 114 tackles, 10 sacks and two fumble recoveries. Quigley is an impact player for the Wildcats coming into next year. He plays defensive line and linebacker, and is a key piece of the Wildcat defense. Quigley also anchors the Wildcat offensive line. Expect him to make a huge impact next season.
  24. So Westmoore's HC job is open bro, as Adam Gaylor left to become DC at Mustang (Huh?). So who do the Jags go get as HC? Also an opening at Deer Creek after their coach left for NCAA D2 offensive coordinator job at Oklahoma Baptist which is a move up if college coaching is what he wants to do. Can't blame the guy. Deer Creek seems to have the assets to develop into something with the proper coach/leader but who is the guy that could start building a 6A dynasty?!
  25. High School spring football has arrived and the question everyone wants an answer to is, "who has something to prove"?