It's here, the wait is almost over. The official kick off to college football happens this weekend. If you're planning a trip to Stillwater or Norman to be a part of the season openers for OU or OSU they've asked that you wear a face mask while indoors and encourage the use of masks while in the stadium itself.
This weekend I'm looking forward to spending a little quality time in front of the big screen in the recliner with drink and snacks in hand. This Sunday is the BIG GAME and even though I won't have all the family and friends over to the house thanks to COVID-19, I'm still planning on making TONS of food and snacks for the few of us that will be watching the game. The pandemic has really screwed up this years party just like everything else it's screwed up, but we'll just have to make the best of it.
Cable cutters of the world rejoice, introducing the all new Miller Lite Cantenna! This handy little device will help you watch all the games legally. It's a Miller Lite beer can with a digital TV antenna built right in. It's fashionable and functional decor at it's absolute finest. With this little contraption you can tune in and not worry about violating any Federal laws, facing fines for illegal streaming or worse, missing the game.
Week one for the NFL is in the books and for some it was an un-welcomed return. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the NFL with the National Anthem protests and other social justice demonstrations that are taking place within the league. Some are boycotting the NFL and refuse to tune in. Others are accepting of what's happening and still others are watching but disagree with the all protests, or at least the venue.
It's the question we keep hearing and the one most people want an answer to. Will there be sports this Fall? Students, parents and sports fans a like all want to know what the plans will be and how the City of Lawton Parks and Recreation Department will be handling sports and other group activities this Fall.
Last year, the Cardinals of Collinsville came into round 2 of the Oklahoma High School football playoffs as a heavy underdog, as they visited Cameron Stadium to take on the top ranked MacArthur Highlanders.
The MacArthur Highlanders headed into Friday night's first round playoff game as the top ranked team in Division 5A in Oklahoma high school football, and they did absolutely nothing to tarnish that ranking, easily handling the Guthrie Blue Jays 50-0 in front of a mostly partisan crown at Cameron Stadium.