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Oklahoma Sooners Corey Nelson was having a career season before it was cut short after suffering a torn pectoral muscle against TCU on Oct. 5. Nelson, a defensive captain who finished with 27 tackles, had returned an interception for a touchdown against Notre Dame the week before. Nelson a team captain applied first to the Big 12 Conference for a medical redshirt but was denied. True freshman played in all 14 games as a member of special teams and backup linebacker and continued to raise his game each season. Upon leaving Skyline High School, Nelson was a Five-star recruit by Scout.com and 5A Player of the Year. Definitely one of the most athletic players at his position entering the 2014 NFL Draft.
#172: Beth Torina, Head Coach, LSU Softball, returns to TCRS, as the most downloaded guest of 2014. Coach Torina, will preview the upcoming series against the Oklahoma Sooners and talk about the overall state of LSU Softball. The Tigers have quality wins this season over Flordia, Notre Dame and Arizona. LSU has been led at the plate by Bianka Bell & AJ Andrew while Allie Walljasper & Baylee Corbello are leading in the circle. The Tigers will host the 2015 SEC Tournament May 6-9 at Tiger Park. Coach Torina Twitter Tigers Facebook Tigers Twitter Tigers IG.
Oklahoma has a history or racism. It is a fact that the worst race riot occured in Tulsa via " Greenwood" , Oklahoma . One of the first laws enacted in Oklahoma was one of segreatation. With the strong ties between the Klan and the Oil companies founded in Oklahoma. It is not surprising the recent events at Oklahoma University . The only way to impede free speech as I understand it - is to incite a riot or incite violence to a minority group. Let us have a discussion - you may be insulted on the program - be aware that oversensitivity as a form of abuse is not tolerated on this program.
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Played in all 13 games with starts against Iowa State (11/16) and West Virginia (9/7) ... caught two passes for 18 yards and returned career-high five kickoffs for season-high 101 yards in the Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama (1/2) ... recorded 73 yards on three kick returns and rushed once for no gain at Oklahoma State (12/7) ... returned two kicks for 65 yards and rushed six times for 21 yards at Kansas State (11/23) ... against Iowa State (11/16), rushed a season-high 10 times for 45 yards, caught two passes for seven yards and returned one kick for 18 yards ... Caught a 10-yard touchdown pass and rushed seven times for a team-high 36 yards at Baylor (11/7) ... carried eight times for 55 yards and returned three kicks for 68 yards against Texas Tech (10/26) ... tallied 53 rushing yards on seven carries, 11 yards on one catch and 29 yards on one kick return at Kansas (10/19) ... returned two kicks for 97 yards, including a 73-yarder, rushed once for 12 yards and caught one pass for five yards against Texas (10/12) ... rushed once for no gain and caught one pass for three yards against TCU (10/5) ... rushed three times for 15 yards, caught one pass for six yards and returned two kicks for 35 yards at Notre Dame (9/28) ... caught the first TD pass of his career, a 29-yard score, and added 68 rushing yards on eight carries against Tulsa (9/14) ... carried three times for no yards against West Virginia (9/7) ... rushed four times for 42 yards and caught two passes for two yards against ULM (8/31)
Oklahoma State Senator Joseph Silk has introduced a bill that would allow religious entities or businesses “operating consistently with sincerely held religious beliefs” to operate in accordance with those beliefs without facing legal consequences for doing so. In other words, if you are a wedding photographer or a bakery and you do not wish to provide your services for a same-sex wedding, based on religious objections, then there would be no legal consequences for refusing that business. Senator Silk has been facing a firestorm from LGBT activist since he gave an interview to the New York Times about the bill. The harsh push back has come as a result of the Times story taking a partial quote where he said that LGBT people “don’t have a right to be served in every single store,” He has responded to the Times quotes by posting a statement saying “Yes I did say that homosexuals do not have the right to be served in every store, just as I do not believe that I, my family, or anyone else have the right to be served in every private business. The right to provide services should be the decision of the business owners. We need to keep our country free and stop this radical, intolerant, movement.” We'll talk about the bill and the controversy.
Later we'll talk about some of the big stories from the past week. Don't forget about "Outrage of the Week" and "Headlines You May Have Missed".
Join JT LIVE as he welcomes Coach and Player magazine writer Chris Maurice to discuss the recent scandal at the University of Oklahoma involving the SAE fraternity, and its impact on the football program.
Welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. This morning we will be discussing the following topics:
Hillary Clinton finally speaks about her email, do you believe her?
An Aurora Police Officer shoots and killed an unarmed fugitive.
What happened at Oklahoma University
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U of Oklahoma shuts down fraternity for "racist" song.
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Sam Wren finished his senior season at Oklahoma State with 25 tackles in which seven were for a loss. He also added two sacks. Wren is a pass rush specialist with an explosive first step wreaking havoc off the edge. A transfer from Arizona Western Junior College, Wren made an easy transition to the Big 12 and playing amongst the best collegiate talent in the nation.
Wren is now focusing on carving out his path towards the NFL. Listen to exclusive interview with Cowboys’ defensive end Sam Wren.
Christian Laettner recently opened up about the pain he felt hearing gay slurs hurled at him while he was at Duke. The former national college player of the year was bombarded with the slurs as he led the Blue Devils to two NCAA titles. Derrick Gordon, the gay baller for UMass, on the other hand has not heard any of these slurs. Times have changed for sure, and the impact of Gordon actually being gay also plays a roll.
It's the role that a gay friend had in the life of Oklahoma Sooners linebacker Eric Striker, who said he has learned acceptance from having a gay person in his life. We talk about all of this - how acceptance is built by the presence of LGBT people in the lives of athletes and fans.
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