Bob Tway will be inducted into the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame (more information below) October 1. Most people think immediately of the unforgettable hole out green side bunker shot on the 72nd hole to beat Greg Norman to win the 1986 PGA Championship. But there’s much, much more to the former OSU All-American than that one shot, that will forever be on a short reel of the greatest shots in the history of golf.
Dean Catches Up With Jason White At OK Sports HOF
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 10:02 PM EDT
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 10:04 PM EDT
Before his Monday night induction into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Monday night, I went 1-on-1 with Jason White. The former OU Heisman winner and All-American quarterback lives in Tuttle, OK, where he was raised. The father of two, White follows his Sooners closely. We discussed those days and a number of topics. Enjoy!
After meet the Sooners, head coach Lincoln Riley announcing a second loss for the season to injury of one of his players, clutch receiver Nick Basquine, who injured his achilles on Friday. RELATED: OU's Defense Must Be Improved In 2017Two names that come to the front: Mykel Jones, an emerging star and also talented walk-on Lee Morris. On the positive side, grad transfer Jeff Badet is everything they expected him to be, including explosive.
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