Oklahoma debates transgender sports bill as NCAA throws down warning shot

By Michael Kinney

Quietly last week Oklahoma legislators began debating a possible new bill that could change secondary education sports programs going forward. It began in one of the most unlikely of places, the House Criminal Justice and Corrections Committee.

The committee was scheduled to discuss a bill on school finance April 8. But at the last minute, it was replaced with debate on transgender student-athletes competing in women’s sports.

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Thunder making moves for tomorrow, not today

By Michel Kinney

The 2020-21 NBA season has been anything but ordinary for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Along with being a bottom dweller in the Western Conference standing for the first time in a decade, the organization also made the early decision that fans would not be allowed to attend any games this season.

The season got a little stranger the past few weeks after the franchise made some moves that caught the fan base off guard. In a year in which Oklahoma City entered the season with a complete turnover in its roster, General Manager Sam Presti made even more that has the look of playing for the future and not the present.

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Kruger retires after almost 40 years, but worried about future of the game

By Michael Kinney

Before Lon Kruger ever landed at the University of Oklahoma in 2011, he had already put together an illustrious coaching career. It included multiple trips to the NCAA tournament and a Final Four berth.

However, the decade he spent in Norman as the skipper of the men’s basketball team wasn’t so much to add to his own resume. It was more of a reclamation project for a program that had been in shambles.

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New Bronco full of surprises

By Michael Kinney

The 2021 Ford Bronco was scheduled to make its first live launch at the New York Auto Show in April of last year. However, due to the pandemic, those plans had to be put on hold and the Bronco could only be seen virtually or by select members of the press media.

That pause ended during the first weekend in March of 2021 at the Oklahoma City International Auto Show. And, of course, Ford was there with their all-new Bronco collection. The newest members of the Bronco family include a Bronco two-door, first-ever Bronco four-door model and the Bronco Sport and they did not disappoint.

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