Dylan Buckingham, KFOR

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Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Dylan:

OSU Women Headed to the NCAA Tournament

The Oklahoma State Cowgirls are headed to the NCAA Tournament as an at large bid after going 21-11 this season. The Cowgirls earned the eight seed and will square off with Miami (FL), the nine seed, in Bloomington, Indiana on Saturday, March 18th. Tip time is to be determined. Miami went 19-12 this season. If OSU wins, they’ll square off with either the one seed host Indiana or the play in game… → Read More

Oklahoma’s 2023 Big 12 Football Schedule Released

In what could be Oklahoma’s final season in the Big 12, the conference has added its new members and has released the 2023 football schedule. → Read More

Homeland Scholar Athlete of the Week – Livia Ward

Tonight we are teaming up with “Homeland” to honor Livia Ward of Mount Saint Mary High School. → Read More

Homeland Scholar Athlete of the Week – Kylee Mosley


Thunder Lose SGA & Bazley, Beat Blazers on Home Floor

Thunder Lose SGA & Bazley, Beat Blazers on Home Floor → Read More

Mann Goes Off as Thunder Lose 10th Straight

Jayson Tatum scored 36 points and the Boston Celtics beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 132-123 on Monday night. It’s OKC’s league leading tenth straight loss. Tatum has scored 30-or-more points in his last three games, extending the streak on 11-of-19 shooting against Oklahoma City. Jaylen Brown added 25 points and Grant Williams scored 20. Tre Mann, set a Thunder franchise rookie scoring record… → Read More

OU Falls to Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament Ending Season

OU Falls to Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament Ending Season → Read More

NCAA Denies OSU Men’s Basketball Appeal; Upholds Postseason Ban

The Oklahoma State Men’s basketball team is ineligible for postseason play for the 2021-22 season after their appeal in the Lamont Evans case was denied. → Read More

BREAKING: Spencer Rattler Named OU’s Starting Quarterback

Lincoln Riley names Spencer Rattler starting quarterback. → Read More

Mike Gundy Hopes to Have Players Back at OSU by May 1st

Mike Gundy met the media for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Oklahoma. The OSU coach opened his teleconference with reporters by going on a 20 minute monologue about what the country and state have faced. He also took time to praise Governor Kevin Stitt and President Trump. He also laid out a […] → Read More

Thunder Throttle Spurs, Set Team Record in Win

The Spurs and LaMarcus Aldridge have always been a thorn in the Thunder’s side. That couldn’t have been further from the truth Sunday night. OKC started strong. Lu Dort provided tons of energy early. Off a miss, SGA hit him with a nice pass for a big slam. Dort had 15 points and didn’t miss […] → Read More

Hovland Wins First PGA Tour Event

Viktor Hovland entered Sunday at the Puerto Rico Open with a one shot lead. He had an opportunity to seize. His first tour win. Hovland was quiet on the front night bagging eight pars and one birdie. On 10, he sent home an impressive chip for birdie to move to two up on the leaders. […] → Read More

Cowboys Corral A Bedlam Blowout

Stillwater, OK – There was more than bragging rights on the line in Bedlam. OU was looking to avoid their first three game skid of the season as well as keep their resume sharp for the NCAA Tournament. As for the Cowboys, they still had something to play for. They still have a chance to […] → Read More

Rocky Road No More, Thunder Snap Slide vs. Denver

The Thunder entered their contest with Denver having lost seven straight to the Nuggets. That’s the longest active losing streak OKC had against a single team. In the first half, it got off to a slow start for both teams who were coming off of the all-star break. The Thunder did go on a 12-0 […] → Read More

PC West’s Rondel Walker Excels On Court, In Classroom

Putnam City West high school senior Rondel Walker’s a straight A student, and a standout basketball player. His success in the classroom, and on the court’s led to him signing with Oklahoma State University to play basketball next year. Walker takes concurrent classes in the morning that allow him to spend extra time in the […] → Read More

Kansas Conundrum Continues for Sooners

Oklahoma entered their showdown with Kansas looking for their first win their since 1993. It didn’t get off to a bad start for the Sooners. Ker Kuath landed an impressive alley-oop from Jamal Bienemy. Kuath had six which doubled his season average. Following that, Brady Manek hit his only three of the day. Manek struggled […] → Read More

OSU Tames Wildcats on the Road, 64-59

It wasn’t the prettiest basketball game ever played, but that’s not a recorded stat. The Cowboys looked to snap a five game Big 12 road losing streak in Manhattan against Kansas State. A place OSU hasn’t won since 2017. Both teams got off to a slow start not hitting many shots. In fact, KSU ended […] → Read More

Thunder’s Luck Runs Out, Fall to Celtics

Oklahoma City, OK – Two of the hottest teams in the NBA squared off. The Thunder entered their contest with Boston having won four straight. Meanwhile, the Celtics had won six in a row. The game got off to a hot start for both teams who couldn’t seem to miss. Danilo Gallinari threw down a […] → Read More

Kyler Murray Wins Offensive Rookie of the Year

Former Sooner Kyler Murray put a bow on a fantastic rookie season in the NFL. Murray was named AP Offensive Rookie of the Year for his first season in the league. Murray edged out Tulsa native and Raiders RB Josh Jacobs and Titans WR A.J. Davis for the honor. → Read More

Sooners Take Bedlam Round One in Norman

Norman, OK - Brady Manek was born and raised in Oklahoma. There was little doubt the Sooner would be motivated heading into their first Bedlam showdown with OSU. Plus, he rode in on one of the hottest streaks of his career. Manek started hot and didn't stop. → Read More