Nate Feken, KFOR

Nate Feken


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Nate:

Report: Oklahoma City Thunder trading 2 players, second-round pick to Celtics

The Oklahoma City Thunder is trading Al Horford, Moses Brown and a 2023 second round pick to the Boston Celtics for Kemba Walker, the 16th pick in the 2021 draft and a 2025 second round pick, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. → Read More

OU football players participate in solidarity march, moment of silence

The University of Oklahoma football team participated a solidarity march from the football facility to the Unity Circle on the south oval on campus on Friday morning. → Read More

Lincoln Riley: Nine Sooners Test Positive For COVID-19

Nine University of Oklahoma football players have tested positive for COVID-19, says Coach Lincoln Riley. → Read More

Mike Holder Discusses Internal Review Of OSU Football, Announces Mike Gundy Million Dollar Pay Cut

STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder held a video teleconference to address the internal review of head football coach Mike Gundy on Friday, July 3, and also announced that Gundy offered to take a $1 million pay cut. Gundy’s contract was reduced by $1 million, a year was taken off his […] → Read More

KFOR Sports Previews Peach Bowl

Our Brian Brinkley and Nate Feken are in Atlanta to cover OU's football team in the Peach Bowl. Oklahoma is making their fourth college football playoff over the last five years. The Sooners have yet to win a semifinal game since the start of the playoff era. → Read More

Pokes Preview Season, Quarterback Battle Continues

The Oklahoma State football team held their fan appreciation and media day on Saturday, August 3. There's plenty of Pokes vying for starting spots, but the quarterbacks seem to be in the spotlight. → Read More

Johnny Bench Back In Oklahoma, Catches First Pitch

Binger native and baseball hall of famer Johnny Bench was back in Oklahoma on Saturday, July 6. The Cincinnati Reds legend held a clinic for youth baseball players, and caught the first pitch before the Oklahoma City Dodgers game. It's customary to throw out the first pitch, but since Bench was a catcher he decided to catch the pitch instead. → Read More

Cole Thompson Takes Unique Journey To Success, Oklahoma State

How far would you be willing to go to chase success? For, Norman High senior football player, Cole Thompson it's about 30 miles, and the journey's paid off. The teenager transferred from Putnam City West High School to Norman, and success has followed him ever since. → Read More

Catching Up With Baker Mayfield And His Youth Football Camp

Oklahoma football legend Baker Mayfield recently returned to Norman to host his second youth football camp. Mayfield received a surprise from Sooner legends Billy Sims and Barry Switzer at his camp. The trio even ran a play from Switzer's wishbone offense for the campers and parents. → Read More

Catching Up With OU Football Legend Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson was back in Norman recently to host his first All Day Elite football camp. Peterson says he hopes this last camp is the start of an annual event in Norman. Our Nate Feken caught up with the Oklahoma football legend, and discussed a variety of topics. → Read More

Big 12 Basketball Honors Announced

Several Sooners and Cowboys were honored as the Big 12 Conference announced it's men's basketball honors. Texas Tech's Jarrett Culver won player of the year, and his head coach, Chris Beard, won coach of the year for the second consecutive season. → Read More

Trae Young Partners AAU Program With Local Gym

Former Norman North and OU star Trae Young announced this week that he's partnering his Trae Young Elite Youth Basketball Program with the Santa Fe Family Life Center in Oklahoma City. The facility will serve as the home of his AAU program. → Read More

OSU Wrestling Powers Past Iowa In Front Of Sell-Out Crowd

The second ranked Oklahoma State wrestling team powered past third ranked Iowa 27-12 in front of a sell-out crowd to finish undefeated in the regular season for the 46th time in program history. John Smith's squad won seven of the ten matches giving him his seventh undefeated regular season as head coach. → Read More

Thunder’s Hamidou Diallo Wins Dunk Contest, Former Sooners Compete

Oklahoma City Thunder rookie guard Hamidou Diallo won the 2019 NBA slam dunk contest with an array of dazzling dunks. Diallo had, Thunder teammate, Russell Westbrook throw him an alley oop on one dunk, dunked over Shaquille Oneal with Superman shirt on and then dunked over rapper, Quavo to win the competition. → Read More

Special Signing Day For Dadrion Taylor, Demariyon Houston

The later 2019 college football national signing day proved to be a special one for Carl Albert High School's Dadrion Taylor and Millwood High School's Demariyon Houston. Taylor ended up at Texas Tech after initially being committed to Utah State. Former USU head coach Matt Wells took the same position at Tech, and eventually signed Taylor as a Red Raider. → Read More

Texas Tech Smokes Sooners In Norman

Texas Tech topped the OU men's basketball team 66-54 on Saturday, February 9, for the Sooners sixth loss in their last seven Big 12 games. The Red Raiders took the lead four minutes into the game, and never gave it up again. Four different Red Raiders scored in double figures. Rashard Odomes led the Sooners in scoring with 14 points. → Read More

Report: Bob Stoops Expected To Be Named XFL Head Coach, General Manager

Bob Stoops is expected to be named the head coach and general manager of the XFL's new Dallas franchise, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. The professional football league played one football season in 2001, and will make a comeback in 2020. → Read More

Terry Wilson Takes Winding Road To Success, Changing Culture At Kentucky

Former Del City High School quarterback Terry Wilson's taken a winding road to success before helping change the culture of Kentucky football. After signing with the University of Oregon out of Del City, Wilson transferred to Garden City Community College and then signed with the University of Kentucky. → Read More

Jace Sternberger Took The Road Less Traveled From Kingfisher To The NFL

Former Kingfisher High School football standout Jace Sternberger took the road less traveled from his hometown to the NFL. After graduating from high school Sternberger played two seasons with the University of Kansas, before transferring to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and then signed with Texas A&M. → Read More

Sooners, Cowboys Earn All-Big 12 Football Honors

The Big 12 announced its 2018 season football honors on Wednesday, November 28. For the fourth straight season an Oklahoma Sooner, Kyler Murray, took home the offensive player of the year award. Sooner standouts Austin Seibert, special teams player of the year, and Dru Samia, co-offensive lineman of the year, also won individual awards. → Read More